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Online engagement

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Online community building through the use of social media.

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Online engagement

  1. 1.  Collaboration  Shared ideas and Experiences  Relationship building  Common language and knowledge  Room for divergent views
  2. 2.  Sharing of knowledge and information  Building a consensus. Two or more people sharing information for a common goal  Sharing of photos, videos, news and of course information.  Twitter - http://twitter.com/launchbit
  3. 3.  Facebook  Twitter  Flickr  Blogs  LinkedIn  You Tube
  4. 4.  Facebook: Request friends  Twitter: Become a follower of other tweets  Flickr: Share and embed others photo’s or videos  Blogs: Follower other blogs. Leave comments  Slide Share: Share and comment on power point presentations
  5. 5.  Online communities allow for people with shared interest to come together and share information.  Online communities also offers outlets for different opinions.
  6. 6.  Universal Exposure  Learning From Others  Strategic Partnership  Build Your Online Relationship
  7. 7.  You are able to reach people around the world and it’s as though your all in the same room together, interacting on issues that are important and interesting to everyone.  Reaching many people at one location.
  8. 8.  As a member of an online community you have the opportunity to learn new ways of doing things.  Easy and inexpensive way to take advantage of other people’s expertise in a subject.
  9. 9.  Opportunities to form strategic partnerships with other members in your online community  Use this partnership to optimize your personal skills in a particular subject.  Working together to help each other succeed.
  10. 10.  Continuous sharing of valuable information will attract more people to your online community.  It’s just not about attracting people to your online community it’s also about maintaining them.
  11. 11.  Twitter  Blogging  Delicious  Slide Share
  12. 12.  Builds online communities by connecting you with the latest information about anything you find interesting .  Have worldwide access of sharing and receiving 140 character messages from different people in your area of interest
  13. 13.  Much of the information included this presentation about online community building came from following Community Spark on Twitter. Follow the link below to read more.  http://twitter.com/communityspar k
  14. 14.  Constructing and following blogs are one of the best ways to build your online community because post tend to be topic specific and yet, still provide a good amount of content.  Listed below are a number of blogs used in creating this presentation. If you want to learn more about online communities check out:  http://blog.therisetothetop.com/2010/05 /12-keys-building-online-community/
  15. 15.  Listed below are a number of blogs used in creating this presentation. If you want to learn more about online communities or see an example of one check out:  http://blog.therisetothetop.com/20 10/05/12-keys-building-online- community/  http://apps.facebook.com/blogne tworks/blog/printrepid?ref=mf
  16. 16.  Is a social book marking site.  Allows users to build and categorize content thus making collaboration more organized and simple.  For example, when I wanted more sites tailored to online community, Delicious offered several book marks. Check out the link below: http://www.delicious.com/search?p= onlince+community+&chk=&context= main%7C&fr=del_icio_us&lc
  17. 17.  SlideShare is a business media site for sharing presentations, documents and pdfs.  Content spreads virally through blogs and social networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook and witter. Individuals & organizations upload documents to Slide Share to share ideas, connect with others, and generate leads for their businesses.
  18. 18.  Embed slideshows into your own blog or website.  Share slideshows publicly or privately. There are several ways to share privately.  Synch audio to your slides.  Market your own event on slideshare.  Join groups to connect with SlideShare members who share your interests.  Download the original file
  19. 19.  SlideShare, like Twitter and Blogs, is a quick and easy way to share information and build an online community.  SildeShare was used as the deliverable for this presentation. You can view this PowerPoint in it’s entirety at slideshare.net

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