Understand whether you have identified a relevant  community and learn about its charateristics. <ul><li>The number of blo...
Empty community Community is strongly  networked Focus on finding relevant  blogs based on what  audience you want  to rea...
At a glance, track the distribution accross  parameters that suit your business need. Use label&value to configure those p...
Find out if your community is  advertising friendly .  Find out if your community is  social network friendly .
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eCairn Conversation(tm) mini-guide Dashboard Your Community

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eCairn Conversation(tm) mini-guide Dashboard Your Community

  1. 1. Understand whether you have identified a relevant community and learn about its charateristics. <ul><li>The number of blog(s) </li></ul><ul><li>The density of networking </li></ul><ul><li>The distribution of blogs accross your own characteristics and more. </li></ul>By tracking overtime in your community: Using the « Your Community » module
  2. 2. Empty community Community is strongly networked Focus on finding relevant blogs based on what audience you want to reach. Try to find >100 blogs and influential your blog(s) is in your community. Compare with your competitor's blog Communities are dynamic, allocate some time overtime to identify new relevant blogs.
  3. 3. At a glance, track the distribution accross parameters that suit your business need. Use label&value to configure those parameters. In this example, 2 labels with 3 values each: 1) Subject = PR, SEM, Marketing 2) Source = Agency, Indendent, Solution provider Quick Configuration Tool
  4. 4. Find out if your community is advertising friendly . Find out if your community is social network friendly .
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