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Community Building 101: The Basics

Tips To Begin Building A Community

  • 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 nothing.
  • If your event has direct costs, reach out to the provider and ask for discounts. The steady business you will bring will make up for it.
  • Figure out how to market and promote it. The Internet and social networks are often the best ways.
  • Put yourself and your ideas out there, trying won’t cost you anything.

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