I wholeheartedly believe that if you’re going to teach someone how to do something, you should be practicing it too. That’s why it was a tremendous honor for me to featured in Forbes recently, and I’d love to share it here with our community!
The article is all about building online community around your brand, and it’s just as relevant before, during, and after the “Inside Times” as one of my friends calls 2020.
There it is, right there in black & white (and my favorite stripes 😉 )!
As I chatted with writer @Stephanie Burns, I was amazed again at just how timely my doctoral research is in this season–only God could have known when I said I wanted to research something, “important,” something, “relevant and timely” and something that would make a real difference, just how many kinds of communities would be able to use the results from that study (some time when you have a few minutes, ask me to tell you about the crazy cool way I landed on my dissertation topic!).
Of course, I recommend you go read it as soon as you finish here. 😉
You’ll find 5 research-proven tactics to build your community, and I’ve stuffed it full of tips and examples so you can see community building in action. I discuss things like:
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