The podcast was inspired by the question, “Is your community a club or a dinner party?” Our Mathilde Circle.so Community Manager posed this question in her post about getting your membership off to an engaging start. The analogy helped me think of how I get something from attending events like family parties and what I can do with that experience when it comes to my own communities as well – for example creating relevant content will help people feel more invested in their memberships!
Listening to this episode will help you…
- Build a sense of community with your membership
- Create relevant content to engage members
- Share best practices for running audience-focused community
Key takeaways from this episode
- That everybody gets something different from the same event
- Don’t FORCE the fun
- The best things happen when we are in a state of flow
It’s all about the space and community you createRyan Carruthers – 101 Is Your Community a Club or a Dinner Party?
With these tips in mind, you can create community that will grow into a loyal group of customers and advocates. What steps are you taking to build your membership? How have these tricks helped you connect with your audience?
Recommended Podcast Episodes
105 – 6 Events To Host In Your Membership That Will Get It Popping 🎉
109 – What Are The Do’s and Don’t for Building an Online Community
Want to build an online community? You will need to see this to learn the do's and the dont's of building a community online
102 – 3 Easy Ways to Increase Engagement
112 – Jay Clouse Community Building that People Want to Buy & Be Involved In
Community is something everybody wants to build. In this podcast episode I speak with Jay Clouse on what it takes to build a community
108 – 750K Community Tom Ross The Community Guy
Tom Ross 'The Community Guy' & CEO of design cuts comes on the podcast to talk about building communities and his KEY lessons.