Social media platforms were created to support collaboration between content creators and communities. In this tutorial, Megan Adams details some of the criteria necessary in choosing the best online platform, as well as how to leverage messaging and brand awareness to help market your business to your online community.
- How do you start building your online community?…We first start with the online platform.…An online platform is where the conversation…you're having with your community online takes place.…(mumbles) are all examples of online platforms.…They were specifically created to support…those conversations and the sharing and exchanging…of ideas that takes place.…So that is an advantage with leveraging…social media networks for your online platform,…they are already set up for communities.…Let's get building your online platform.…
First, determine what platform you're going to use.…You can have multiple platforms for your online community.…In fact, most brands do.…I recommend in the beginning focusing on…and honing only one.…You can use a Facebook page, like in the case of…Orange Valley Community Arts Association,…you can use your website, a blog,…or an additional social network.…I recommend choosing one where it's easy…to find your community members.…Second, it's time to clarify your message.…Your messaging is going to be what explains…
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- Building an online community
- Using social media to build community
- Creating content to engage your audience
- Finding brand advocates
- Measuring your community's growth