When one person was responsible for every community, a
community manager was an apt term. Now it’s become a catchall for a range of
different related roles.
As communities grow in size and number, the tasks are
fragmenting. Community manager isn’t the best term to use for many of these
roles. We need to be more specific.
Most of us are community professionals. We fall under that
banner. A few of us are community managers. The rest are something more
specific. We might be managers, but may also be a moderator, editor, designer,
consultant, strategist, promoter/recruiter, director, or organizer.
Let’s be more precise with who we are, what we do, and what
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