You want to create an online community, you have the idea and you have the audience. Great. And you know a Facebook group simply won’t cut it. Makes sense! You are on the right track. A key question you’ll face early on is how people will access your community. Will it be through an app or through a browser. The decision will have an impact on development costs and time to market. In this post, we investigate the benefits and considerations of creating a Community App.
A key consideration of public-facing social networks and online communities is the signup and sign in experience. It’s essential the process is kept as simple as possible. Unnecessary complications will cause cognitive friction, which is a fancy way of saying fewer people will join your community. A recommended technique for offering a streamlined and user-friendly experience is to use Social Login.Read More
In this post, we look at how to effectively plan and grow an enterprise-level social networking community from concept to a successful extension of your core business offering.Read More
Anyone who has used the WordPress CMS will have seen WordPress upgrade alerts. Be it for WordPress itself, or for WordPress plugins. Even after a short amount of time, alerts can stack up. These alerts can be daunting. This post is a guide to understanding the information behind those alerts.
Gamification is the process of engaging with community members through the use of game-based techniques. It is a mix of technobabble, common sense and sound theory. When used correctly it can increase user engagement.