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Time is a big issue for many facilitators. They are unable to put the effort in to get members to interact and wonder why members do not come back. ...

Time is a big issue for many facilitators. They are unable to put the effort in to get members to interact and wonder why members do not come back.

And member’s wonder why they even joined. It’s a bit of catch 22.

But what about if you could facilitate a community on one hour a day?

Inspired By Richard Millington at Feverbee

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    Managing your community on 1 hour a day Managing your community on 1 hour a day Presentation Transcript

    • Managing your Community on Hour a day
    • 10 MinutesRespond to membership requestsand craft an individual response based on the members reason to join
    • 10 MinutesResponding to discussions and encourage other members to respond (backchannel).
    • 10 MinutesCheck Google Analytics to see what worked last and where membersvisited. (What day and time do members visit the most e.g. Wednesday 10am)
    • 30 MinutesComplete your upcoming content for the next few days. E.g. interviews, advice/opinion posts regular content or solicit opinions from members in a summary piece.
    • 10 MinutesRespond to membership requests and craft an individual response based on the members reason tojoin
    • 10 MinutesResponding to discussions andencourage other members torespond (backchannel).
    • 20 MinutesContact your top members and askquestions about things you have in mind for the community. Gain their feedback and act on it.
    • 10 MinutesInvite members to join the community or contact members who have not returned for a while. Take time to craft your approach and personalise it.
    • 10 MinutesUpdate your announcement to highlight content and events.  (Don’t forget you can recyclecontent)
    • 10 MinutesRespond to membership requests and craft an individual response based on the members reason tojoin
    • 10 MinutesResponding to discussions andencourage other members torespond (backchannel).
    • 40 MinutesSend out a group message or write a newsletter highlighting a particular discussion, a piece of content or a community activity
    • 10 MinutesRespond to membership requests and craft an individual response based on the members reason tojoin
    • 10 MinutesResponding to discussions andencourage other members torespond (backchannel).
    • 20 MinutesParticipate. Ensure everyone is getting a response. Give your opinion on issues. Initiatediscussions to generate further activity and engagement.
    • 20 MinutesPlan and prepare events and activities in your community to push the barrier? 
    • 10 MinutesRespond to membership requestsand craft an individual response based on the members reason to join
    • 10 MinutesResponding to discussions and encourage other members to respond (backchannel).
    • 10 MinutesCheck your collected content e.g. Google reader to see what interesting content and discussions could be added to your community next week.
    • 30 MinutesPlan your strategy for next week  • What events are you working on?  • What are you planning for your community?  • What content do you need to create, discussions you need  to initiate, messages that you need to send • Who do you need to contact to develop your community  beyond what it is today?
    • TotalHours
    • Inspired by Richard Millington