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These slides are from my "Online Community Building" presentation for the Social Media Masters conference series in Los Angeles (September 9) and Kansas City (October 21)....

These slides are from my "Online Community Building" presentation for the Social Media Masters conference series in Los Angeles (September 9) and Kansas City (October 21).

The question isn’t whether or not you have a community. Your community – the people who love and support what you do – is out there. The question is how you engage with them. In this workshop, we’ll talk about community management and engagement in spaces you control and spaces you don’t, from Facebook and Twitter to forums and blogs. This is the art of community building on the web, both the good and the bad, steeped in real world experience.

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Online Community Building at Social Media Masters Los Angeles Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Online
    Community
    Building
  • 2. About Me
    Patrick O’Keefe
    Owner, iFroggy Network
    www.ifroggy.com
    Author, “Managing Online Forums”
    www.managingonlineforums.com
    Blogs: ManagingCommunities.com, BadBoyBlog.com andpatrickokeefe.com
    Email: patrick@ifroggy.com
    Twitter: @iFroggy
    Google+: patrickokeefe.com/+SlideShare: slideshare.net/iFroggy
  • 3. The Importance of Your Home Base
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  • 5. Building Community on
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  • 17. “Mecha Timmy relays a humorless feed of new products as they're released on ThinkGeek.com”
  • 18. Building Community on
    And, Soon Enough…
  • 19. EdgeRank
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  • 25. Moving Beyond Twitter and Facebook
  • 26. Participating in Forums and Structured Communities as a Business
  • 27. “Too bad you have to be so uptight about the posts.
    My link was more valuable than 95 percent of random thoughts/opinions that make up the bulk of the forum.”
  • 28. “She's right that your readers might be interested in the subject, and what she did is in no way an advertisement.”
    Editor
  • 29. YOU ARE NOT SHARING “RELEVANT CONTENT”
    YOU ARE SPAMMING
    STOP IT
    MY COMMUNITY IS NOT YOUR TWITTER STREAM
  • 30. Patrick’s Pyramid of Permission™ (PPP)
  • 31. The Influencer Trap
  • 32. When Engagement Goes Bad
    Credit: anemoneprojectors (no internet at the moment) (http://www.flickr.com/photos/58414938@N00/5461891125) (CC BY-SA 2.0, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en)
  • 33. COMICSANS
  • 34. “To engage or not to engage…”
  • 35. The “Secrets”
    of Community
  • 36. Community:
    Yes: No:


    Community Isn’t a Choice
  • 37. Questions?
    Presented by Patrick O’KeefeBlog: ManagingCommunities.com
    Email: patrick@ifroggy.com
    Twitter: @iFroggy
    Google+: patrickokeefe.com/+SlideShare: slideshare.net/iFroggy