Community Club Weekly
Issue #47 | October 15, 2020
Community Club Weekly is a newsletter about building and growing communities, featuring collected tweets, posts and thoughts from various community managers.
The holidays are coming early for the Community Club. We're hosting 24 days of content, events, and treats for the community (because who doesn't need a little pick-me-up at this time of year?).
Events and conferences are a great way to meet people and learn from experts, but with all aspects of work and life now relegated to the computer it can be exhausting watching videos for two or more solid days... not to mention how difficult it is to take off of work to attend a multi-day event!
That's why we're trying something sort of new (a nod to The Community Roundtable for embracing a similar approach, too) by spreading out fantastic content, AMAs, fireside chats, workshops, and more over the course of 24 days.
Each day will focus on a new topic, and the schedule is a surprise (though we'll give you a bit of a heads up for some of the live events). Stay tuned to this newsletter and our Slack for more details in the coming week.
Look forward to content and sessions from: Noele Flowers, Tessa Kriesel, Preet Singh, Shana Sumers, Erik Martin, and many many more!
Can't wait to see you there!
Upcoming events, from the club and its members.
Virtual Community Club Hangout - Thursday, October 22nd
Community Club Extra Life Marathon - Saturday, November 7th
Community impacts and provides value for all teams--you just need to know how to get the message across!
Great insight and tips for building community
Community blog posts and articles from the past week.
How to Use an Online Community as a Content Marketing Pipeline
This feels incredibly meta to be using this article as content for our weekly newsletter.
By Noele Flowers
Why Time to First Response Matters
Creating a friendly, welcoming community space is critical to member engagement. 18 hours makes a difference!
Community Leaders Deserve Better: An open letter about community software
An open letter from Li Jin and David Sherry about what they wish to see in community platforms of the future.
By Li Jin and David Sherry
A handful of open roles from our community!
Senior Community Engagement Manager @ PicsArt
Head of Community @ TheOrg
Community Manager @ The People's Supper
Head of Community @ MTTR
Community Manager @ Toggl