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On Communities

Communities are inherently different from networking organizations. Communities are networks with shared ideals or demographics. People concentrate on building relationships rather than using each other.

Nevertheless, communities form around untapped desires and you’ll have the opportunity to monetize it, expand it, or at the very least improve your personal network.

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Use your body language deliberately to set the tone and people will unconsciously adopt and spread your attitude. If you have speakers, ask them to buy in as well and if people aren’t buying in, that’s okay. They’ll self-select out.

Also, your community needs to be safe. Your ...

  • Reach out directly to your friends
  • Submit your event to local event aggregators.
  • Post it on existing digital communities on Reddit or Facebook.
  • Make sure event’s unique value proposition is clearly defined, letting potential readers filter your si...

  • Build community around ideas to attract people and help your community to stand out.
  • Fix what others are doing wrong. If you’re interested in an area inundated with bad networking options a solution we will attract people.
  • Connect around shared experiences.

  • Get your minimum viable community out.
  • Most groups will probably need at least a location.
  • If your company or office are adequate, bring people in. It’s probably good for the company’s brand. If not, heading to a coffee shop, bar, or restaurant is better than nothin...

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Community Engagement Cycle

In contrast to existing communities, new ones lack a social identity, an established way of participation and assurances of reward or value. These are the foundation of the Community Engagement Cycle.

This is why most communities fail before they even begin. A company needs to establ...

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Be prepared

Most of the time, there will be a list of attendees available for you to browse before an event. This is your chance to develop pre-connections.

Check out their LinkedIn profile, find out something about them and use it as an ice breaker. Not only will you break any awkward silences ...

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