SF Online Community MeetUp Open Forum on Community Ambassadors & Super Fans

  • November 14, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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*In light of the Thanksgiving holiday, we are holding our meetup earlier during the month of November.

SF Online Community MeetUp is the free monthly gathering of online community managers, enthusiasts, and innovators to meet and discuss tools and strategies for building and managing effective communities.

Our summer open forum was such a hit that we've decided to end 2012 with another one. Join us and fellow community managers as we discuss how to engage ambassadors and super fans. Learn how OCTribe organizers have moved TechSoup community members up the ladder of engagement through a number of successful programs. Share how you've turned your community members into ambassadors through programs you've implemented and get some insight into how fellow OCTribe members are doing this in their communities.

We want to know your best practices and questions about cultivating and collaborating with ambassadors so register to join us on November 14.

Here are all the ways you can take part in the event! Feel free to participate in any and all of these ways:

Follow the action on Twitter: hashtag: #octribe.

Join the San Francisco Online Community MeetUp group on Facebook

Thanks to our generous sponsor, the Iron Cactus, for providing refreshments.

 

 

Hope to see you there!

Location: 525 Brannan Street, Suite 300 San Francisco, CA

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey folks,
    Gary Vaynerchuk, author of "Crush It" has multiple jobs including CM, and Community & Content Coordinator jobs in the City that would be a good fit for those here. FYI, have heard this workplace is a bit of a pressure cooker. But aren't they all? ;-)

    http://careers.vaynermedia.com/

    Enjoy...
    Maryam

    October 14, 2012

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