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Value to community members

The value that community members derive from community-as-a-service type business can be broken down into:

  1. Learning from the content creator: the direct transfer of knowledge and skills from the creator of the community to the audience.
  2. Learning from the community: the opportunity to interact with like-minded people and exchange ideas in a peer-to-peer network.
  3. Building your network: providing valuable content to other community members with the goal of building your own community-as-a-service.


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