Creating A Conference Community

March 29, 2009Comments Off on Creating A Conference Community

Conferences are terrible at creating communities. 

They almost do everything right. They bring people with a shared interest together. They create insiders, and outsiders. People leave with a shared experience and new friendships.

But that's the end of it

Next time you come back from a conference, don’t rush to add the people you met to LinkedIn, add to start a LinkedIn Group, or an informal e-mail newsground, or anywhere online where people can continue their discussions. It’s a glorious community opportunity going to waste.

If you’re speaking or hosting at a conference, then you can make life easier by doing this for your audience.

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