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  • 1. ‘Powered by Community’ A manifesto for building online communities
  • 2. Andy Howard Online Community Dude http://andyhoward.id.au
  • 3. What’s a community about?
  • 4. Every product or service is designed for a niche
  • 5. The people in the niche are a community
  • 6. As an online community builder, what’s your role?
  • 7. Uh, no. You can’t own the community
  • 8. You can only serve the community
  • 9. Success comes from providing something useful and desirable
  • 10. Don’t give the community what you think it needs
  • 11. Give the community what it wants
  • 12. Sounds simple. Where do I start?
  • 13. Text Find existing online communities
  • 14. Listen to the online communities
  • 15. Learn from the communities
  • 16. Photographers are already posting photos online
  • 17. Online discussion about sharing photography is increasing
  • 18. There’s a community desire for a platform
  • 19. Now, hatch a plan
  • 20. Where do you want to be?
  • 21. Where does the community want to be?
  • 22. Find the middle ground
  • 23. Let’s go! Join the dots…
  • 24. Target market
  • 25. Blog Podcast Flash Magazine Wiki Channel Virtual world Microsite Mashup Short Film ?
  • 26. Technology
  • 27. Give it a shot
  • 28. Keep listening, refining and adjusting
  • 29. Be community-centric
  • 30. You’ll grow from there.
  • 31. (In case you didn’t notice… photography and inspiration from www.flickr.com)