Ning is home to tens of thousands of communities that serve many millions of people every day. Every one of Ning’s customers has one question in common: How can I get people more involved and active in my community? Great question!
To help answer that question, we got the guy who has a lot of smart answers: Richard Millington. The author of the new book Buzzing Communities, Richard tackles some of the most-asked questions about growing and running online communities. He’s an expert that hundreds of companies and thousands of readers rely on, either in direct consultation or as readers of his influential blog about community management, FeverBee.
Whether you’re a brand-new Ning customer, an old hand who needs some fresh tips, or a community manager who’s never even heard of Ning before but wouldn’t mind hearing from one of the top experts in the field — this webinar is for you.
The webinar will explain how to increase activity in your community:
You’re busy, so we’ll start on time and pack as much helpful information as we can into an hour. We’ll even stick around after that to answer as many questions as possible to help you get the most out of your time.
Why attend this webinar?
Richard Millington is the founder of FeverBee Community Consultancy, The Pillar Summit Professional Community Management training course, and the author of The Community Management Manifesto, The Proven Path, and Buzzing Communities: How To Build Bigger, Better, And More Active Online Communities.
Over the past 12 years, Richard has helped over a hundred organizations develop successful online communities. His clients have included: The United Nations, Novartis, Oracle, EMC, The British Medical Journal, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, OECD, AMD, BAE Systems, Greenpeace, Autodesk and many other brands.
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sounds like the teacher in the old Peanuts cartoons.....good luck understanding....tried to listen to a minute or two and said the heck with it
You gave this webinar a minute of your time and bailed because you didn't like the way the person who was speaking sounded? I'm sorry that we failed to hold your interest. To be honest: I am not a fan of webinars in general, but I thought this one was quite good. Richard is quite smart about community management.
Maybe you can just download the free PDF and approach it at your leisure?
Really enjoyed this!! Hope these become more frequent! :)
We just wanted to say THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for this webinar. We have it available for viewing here on Creators. If you weren't able to join us, we hope you'll make time to view it.
I'm going to close this discussion since this event has now passed us by.