The 10-Step Process to Build a Thriving Community from Scratch
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 establish these four elements if they are to have people’s engagement.
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