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Community Chat Weekly #6

Community Chat Weekly #6

Community podcasts, community content, and scaling engagement

CCW is a newsletter about building and growing communities, featuring collected tweets, posts and thoughts from various community leaders.


Question of the Week

This week’s question is a bit different. We’re looking to make some changes in the types and quality of content we provide with CCW each week and would love your input!

What types of content, resources and/or information do you want to see in each issue of Community Chat Weekly? Help us improve the newsletter for you!

Feel free to reply directly to this email, or join our Slack community (linked at the bottom of the email) to chat with us and other community builders.


🐦 Tweets

https://twitter.com/BevyHQ/status/1194725057387520001

Amazing podcast with , highly recommend listening!
https://twitter.com/people_and_co/status/1194679401058840579

https://twitter.com/faiacorp/status/1195216129842659333


📝 Blog Posts

A handful of recommended readings from the past week.

Building Communities with Questions, Not Answers (2 minute read)
By Rosie Sherry

Don’t Let Scale Get in the Way of Good Community Strategy (2 minute read)
By Patrick O’Keefe & Bailey Richardson

What is a meaningful shared experience and why does your community need it? (3 minute read)
By Robbie Hearn

Discussion (2)

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Tessa Kriesel

I would love to see community experiments and their results. For example, I tried to do X and followed these steps and it resulted in Y.

These can be both positive and negative—in that some may work and some might not. This would allow other community leaders to learn from each others lessons. We obviously all have different communities to cater to, but often times the experiments can cross over in many ways.

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Alex Angel

Love this. We've tossed that idea around a bit, and we're planning on writing something up on this forum launch to talk about what went well and what didn't once it's all said and done. Every community builder has gone through this before, so there are definitely lots of insights to be had if we can get people to talk about it!