You shouldn't be guessing what is or isn't working in your community. You should be gathering and analyzing data about your community's health. Metrics can paint a vivid picture about whether your existing, active members are more or less engaged in the community, and they can highlight anything that might be a cause for concern.
If you want to answer questions about how healthy your community is, begin by gathering data. Join us October 1st at 11am Pacific time to find out how to capture and interpret the data that will tell you if you have a healthy community.
At the end of this webinar, you will be able to determine the difference between metrics for return on investment (ROI) and metrics for community health, identify key data points that you should collect to track community health, and turn this data into actionable insights about your community.
Tuesday, October 1st at 11am PDT
(find your local time here)
About the Presenter
Richard Millington is the founder of FeverBee, a community consultancy, and author of the new book Buzzing Communities. He is also a frequent guest blogger on Cultivating Community and our go-to presenter for the Community Management Talks series. His straightforward, results-oriented style is admired by many in the field, and it's just one of the reasons we've enlisted him to share community management best practices to help Ning Creators (and anyone else) refine their approach and cultivate thriving communities. Richard's next free talk is October 1st at 11am PDT. We hope you can make it!
A recording of this webinar will be available on the Ning Community Management Talks channel, and you can follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #NingTalk.