Fwd: FeverBee - Community Service

From: Oliver G.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 3:25 PM

Hi Everyone

Happy new year!

I'm a big fan of Richard at FeverBee.  He writes a blog on community management and recently released a book on the topic.  Lots of relevance for businesses looking to foster a user community around them or become a valued part of existing ones. 

Anyhow, this blog post (below) is a reminder of the noble acts of community service you can do to help the startup community in Tasmania.

Wouldn't it be great if:
  • Members wrote up the key points of conferences/events they attended. Those that couldn't attend could still get the same information.
  • Members reviewed the products/services they used for the rest of the community.
  • Members shared their best advice with everyone else.
  • Members sent tips/news posts about the latest, relevant, news in the community. 
  • Members interviewed each other and posted those interviews for the rest of the community to read. 
  • Members helped organize mini-events for the rest of the community. 
  • Members secured promotion for the community in various blogs/media outlets. 
Two points here. First, if you're in a community, you can undertake a noble act of community service by regularly doing any of the above.  Second, if you manage a community, give a lot of attention to members that are doing any of the above. 

We'll take care of the attention giving!

cheers, Oliver  

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From: The Online Community Guide <[address removed]>
Subject: FeverBee - Community Service


FeverBee - Community Service


Community Service

Posted: 06 Jan[masked]:30 PM PST

Wouldn't it be great if:

  • Members wrote up the key points of conferences/events they attended. Those that couldn't attend could still get the same information.
  • Members reviewed the products/services they used for the rest of the community.
  • Members shared their best advice with everyone else.
  • Members sent tips/news posts about the latest, relevant, news in the community. 
  • Members interviewed each other and posted those interviews for the rest of the community to read. 
  • Members helped organize mini-events for the rest of the community. 
  • Members secured promotion for the community in various blogs/media outlets. 

Two points here. First, if you're in a community, you can undertake a noble act of community service by regularly doing any of the above.

Second, if you manage a community, give a lot of attention to members that are doing any of the above. 

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