Building an online community, for whatever you’re into can prove to be a difficult feat. Getting consumers and colleges to come together online seems easy, but there are several steps that go into making communities successful. Gabrielle Wathen has summarized the top four components that go into making online communities great and centers her piece on creating that central hub, promoting the use of mobile app engagement and even recapping the event for the audience to revisit at a later time that is more convenient for them.
- When someone attends an event and the event leaves that individual inspired, invigorated and energized, he feels something special about it.
- An event that is well attended could be a good opportunity to make connections that would be inspiring and create community engagement.
- Live events can be used by a cause or a product to deliver a lot of enthusiasm for it and this is good news to the customers involved.
“When hosting an event, it’s important that your potential attendees have a clear understanding of how to effectively register, engage, and get real-time updates about event information.”