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my secret sauce for building
online communities



   Arne van Oosterom
   October 2010
have a
brilliant
idea!!
that’s all
the end.
not...
ideas are
overrated
trust and
passion
are underrated
think and
actsmall
think and
actsmaller
be flexible and
scalable
kill your babies
your ideas are no
good... get over it
have fun
don’t be so serious
be passionate,
inspirational,
courageous...
a leader
keep
moving...
if you stop
everything
stops
do the work...
no one else will
no one
cares about
your ideas the
way you do
make other people
famous
don’t fake it... really
want this
be a team... as
much as possible
connect to the
physical world...
connect to the
physical world...
build a stage for
people... give them
a voice
or give them
tools to build
a stage for
them selves
let people hang
around and do
nothing... cherish
this
the quiet majority
energises the
active few
don’t
show me
the money
look for indirect
business opportunities
ROI what ROI?
no one knows
exactly what
advertisement will do
don’t expect
this from social
media
it’s new
marketing
try, experiment,
listen and learn by
doing
discover what you are
trying to do... and be
brutally honest
discover what people
are trying to do
help them
if you can’t do it alone
collaborate
it’s all a matter of finding
the right balance...
continuously
3C’s ADAPTABILITY MODEL
FOR CONTINUES LEARNING... and balance



                              CONTEXT




  COLLABORATION...
now start making
your own secret
sauce
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  1. 1. my secret sauce for building online communities Arne van Oosterom October 2010
  2. 2. have a brilliant idea!!
  3. 3. that’s all
  4. 4. the end.
  5. 5. not...
  6. 6. ideas are overrated
  7. 7. trust and passion are underrated
  8. 8. think and actsmall
  9. 9. think and actsmaller
  10. 10. be flexible and scalable
  11. 11. kill your babies
  12. 12. your ideas are no good... get over it
  13. 13. have fun don’t be so serious
  14. 14. be passionate, inspirational, courageous... a leader
  15. 15. keep moving...
  16. 16. if you stop everything stops
  17. 17. do the work... no one else will
  18. 18. no one cares about your ideas the way you do
  19. 19. make other people famous don’t fake it... really want this
  20. 20. be a team... as much as possible
  21. 21. connect to the physical world...
  22. 22. connect to the physical world...
  23. 23. build a stage for people... give them a voice
  24. 24. or give them tools to build a stage for them selves
  25. 25. let people hang around and do nothing... cherish this
  26. 26. the quiet majority energises the active few
  27. 27. don’t show me the money
  28. 28. look for indirect business opportunities
  29. 29. ROI what ROI?
  30. 30. no one knows exactly what advertisement will do
  31. 31. don’t expect this from social media
  32. 32. it’s new marketing
  33. 33. try, experiment, listen and learn by doing
  34. 34. discover what you are trying to do... and be brutally honest
  35. 35. discover what people are trying to do help them
  36. 36. if you can’t do it alone collaborate
  37. 37. it’s all a matter of finding the right balance... continuously
  38. 38. 3C’s ADAPTABILITY MODEL FOR CONTINUES LEARNING... and balance CONTEXT COLLABORATIONS CONNECTIONS
  39. 39. now start making your own secret sauce
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