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ForumCon: Building a Winning Team, Greg Childs

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ForumCon 2014

ForumCon 2014

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  • 1. Greg Childs, CEO – The NICOclub Network greg@nicoclub.com AZhitman @NICOclub NICOclubcom Greg Childs
  • 2. Managing the site Dealing with tech glitches Worrying about design Learning about SEO Monetizing the site Linkbuilding Promoting yourself Creating content
  • 3.  Welcome new members  Schmooze potential advertisers  Answer technical questions  Reset passwords  Mediate disputes  Respond to solicitations  Build social media presence
  • 4. Where to start? What to look for?  Enthusiasm  Intelligence  Maturity  Friendliness
  • 5.  Buy-in: If you don’t have a MISSION STATEMENT, work on that FIRST.  Open door policy: With a door that swings BOTH WAYS.  Remind your team: We are GOOD at this. Celebrate successes!  Above ALL else: Back your team up. LEADERSHIP = A confident, comfortable, cohesive TEAM.
  • 6. What do we have to offer?  Tangibles  Experiences  Recognition  Intrinsic rewards
  • 7. Greg Childs, CEO – The NICOclub Network greg@nicoclub.com AZhitman @NICOclub NICOclubcom Greg Childs