Community Management Webinar
How To Effectively Moderate an Online Community
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WHEN: January 24th
TIME: 9-10 AM, Pacific Standard Time
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Why You Should Watch
- Hosted by a true expert in the field, Richard Millington. He's helped 100+ organizations develop successful communities. Clients like The United Nations, Novartis, Oracle, Greenpeace, Autodesk, and many more.
- Richard approaches community management from the point of view of social science. He focuses on data that shows what actually works — not anecdotes and hunches.
In this webinar, Richard Millington will talk organizations through the process of moderating a community:
- The principles behind effective community moderation
- Why you should spend more time on keeping happy members happy rather than trying to appease antagonistic members
- Shaping the right environment
- How to initiate discussions and solicit contributions
- Practical tips you can *immediately* implement to increase happiness in your community
For Ning customers — or anyone else
Ning is home to tens of thousands of communities that serve many millions of people every day. Every one of Ning’s customers shares the same task: Moderating member discussions and content.
Today, we know that moderation is about far more than removing the bad stuff. To better define the process, we got the guy who has a lot of smart answers: Richard Millington. The author of the new book Buzzing Communities, Richard tackles some of the most-asked questions about moderation and how to effectively run an online community. He’s an expert that hundreds of companies and thousands of readers rely on, either in direct consultation or as readers of his influential blog about community management, FeverBee.
Whether you’re a brand-new Ning customer, an old hand who needs some fresh tips, or a community manager who’s never even heard of Ning before but wouldn’t mind hearing from one of the top experts in the field — this webinar is for you.