Last week Alex and I spoke to Alexis Ohanian, the founder of Reddit and 776, on the first episode of our new podcast, Community Led!
The goal of this podcast is to speak to founders, CEOs, and other executives about community, to help get a sense for how they think about community from an organizational and operational perspective.
You can listen to the recording right here on Forem. Fun fact, you can use the built in podcast player here to listen while you browse other posts!
- The rise of the Chief Community Officer (06:30)
- Kids growing up to be community managers (09:50)
- Community is a threat to the duoply of Google/Facebook (20:00)
- Audience vs Community (33:00)
- Where does community fit inside of your organization (45:30)
"Within 5 years, more than 50% of publicly traded companies will have a Chief Community Officer" — Alexis Ohanian
We'll be recording an episode live every week on Capiche, giving you the ability to tune in, ask questions, and steer the conversation with each of our guests.
Who else should we bring on as a guest for a future episode?