This is a very nice illustration of how you can get more out of your Minsh App, thanks to its RESTful API.
Managing a community is hard work. You have to keep your audience entertained, motivate members to post their own content, minimize the number of lurkers, and make sure there is a constant flow of new users joining in.
Have you ever wondered how teams in crazy fast car races communicate? I did too.
In the first part of our blog post series about the ways to successfully launch your community platform, you discovered 6 efficient tricks to achieve it. Now it’s time for the second part, let’s have a look to 5 and one more other tricks that will help you onboarding your whole community in your brand new community platform.
Social media are great to raise awareness and grow an audience. But once you reach that stage where you start having an actual community, it comes a time when social media cannot help you anymore.
In only 3 weeks, they’ve had an awesome response. The number of sign ups and people posting content on the app is mind-blowing. How did they achieve such a feat?
In a previous blog post series, we covered how to implement your own community management strategy. In the last part, we introduced the importance of sharing your content. Time to get into the gritty details.
Community Management and Social Media Marketing are two practices born at the early age of social networks. People did the mistake of considering both as identical whereas each of them means radically different things.
Yesterday, I went to the THINK NEXT event: the demo day of the summer batch of Microsoft Ventures India. It was hosted in a big hotel in the center of Bangalore and packed with several hundreds attendees. Most of them investors, mentors and entrepreneurs.