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More Details About The Community Management Course

Richard Millington
Richard Millington

Founder of FeverBee

This week we opened registration for our community management course.

Here are a few details:

The course is divided into 3 modules of 6 weeks.

We run all modules each semester, but you take them sequentially  (like a college year). Some people, for example, have completed module 1 and are working on module 2 this semester.

We run 3 semesters per year.

The course includes:

  • Live and recorded lessons. You will never miss a lesson.
  • Guest speakers from throughout the industry. We have a library of the best speakers in the world you can access.
  • Over 100,000 words of written material.
  • Our own template scripts, templates, and strategies. Learn how we tackle the hard parts of building a community.
  • Unlimited personal coaching from us. Take advantage of this. It’s us giving you consulting advice on your personal community efforts.
  • Access to our playbook and digital library of case studies.
  • Graded assignments. Prove what you’ve learnt.
  • A certificate of completion. These are framed. You can hang it next to your degree.

In our course, we take participants to a higher level.

This includes things like:

  • Creating a powerful community concept that attracts members.
  • Developing and designing an excellent community website from scratch.
  • Using scarcity and exclusivity to attract and keep early members.
  • Reaching critical mass through momentum and social identity theory
  • Using principles of habit formation to increase the frequency of visits and level of participation per member.
  • Creating sustainable streams of new members.
  • Increasing the newcomer to regular conversion ratio via applied data/science.
  • Removing spam/negative material efficiently in small and large-scale communities.
  • Gaining influence within and over the community.
  • Measuring the health and ROI of the community.
  • Building out a community team.

It’s not an easy course. You are expected to do the work. But we think you can handle it.

If you want to learn more, click here.

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