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Minsh awarded by Financesonline

Minsh double awards

August 1st 2017 certainly was a good day for Minsh! First of all, it was the Swiss National Day, so a bit of a special moment for us and a great excuse to get together around a good cheese fondue.

But more than just this, August 1st was the day Minsh received not one but two awards from FinancesOnline!

Minsh Newsletter 7

Groups on Minsh Apps have just become awesome 😎

Dear all,

I have some good news: a new release of your app with amazing benefits for you and your users is happening as we speak.

The ultimate checklist to build an online community

The ultimate checklist to build an online community

There’s no doubt communities are an invaluable asset for businesses, but growing them and engaging them in a meaningful way is not an easy task. This article provides a thorough checklist covering all significant elements one needs to address to successfully build a community. We review topics relative to community benefits, goals, growth, management, empowerment and the strategic thinking behind all solid communities. If you are a social media marketer, a community manager, a brand manager or simply an individual interested in building a community, keep reading.

How to build a white label chat app

How to build a white label chat app

This article aims to provide a list of all the important elements to consider before getting started building a custom app: features, platforms, supporting software, required skills and more. If you’re thinking about or just getting started creating your own private chat app, read on.

Minsh Newsletter 6

instantly message your members with your own app

Hi there,

Just thought I’d share with you a quick email about our 3 most recent updates at Minsh:

1) Make sure all your people are onboard

It is now possible to pre-create accounts for all users of a Minsh app as soon as it launches. New members automatically get their login details by email. No more on-boarding nightmares.

4 tips to make an impactful community member profile

4 tips to make an impactful community member profile

Most online profiles are searchable. And it should be so, because when people search about you, they should be able to derive a clear consistent image of who you are. And it is imperative that every online representation of you should add credible value to your brand.

Being part of a community is as much a privilege as learning from it. The first thing another community member sees about you is your member profile, based on which she builds an opinion about you. Although others observe more about you when you are amidst them, the first impression to even agree to meet you is established by what you wish to be known as, how your profile portrays you and what you get noticed for.

The 5 types of community managers today

The 5 types of community managers today

Community managers have quite a role to fit. Contrary to their name, they never have subordinates to get things done for them although they do have a lot of tasks on hand. They are the “do Gods” of any group: convening events, engaging the community, recognizing community members, arranging for Ask Me Anything sessions and much more. Then again, as humans, everyone tends to bring in a little bit of their own personalities into their jobs that basically makes them comfortable and differentiates them from each other.

7 types of members to challenge your community management

7 types of members to challenge your community management

Just like Snow White and her 7 dwarfs, the community manager is often challenged by one member or the other. But she still loves them all the same. Or does she?

We’ve said it time and again: a community is nothing without its members. But oh boy, is it sometimes challenging to unite everyone under a same cause, passion or purpose! In this article, we review 7 types of members that may challenge your community management skills, and how to best address them.