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1 year, 10 months ago on Top 13 Community Manager Posts Of 2012
@justinisaf @mbhahn I am trying to say they are similiar in the way of measuring the weight of a particular message. If bob posts a message and it gets shared by suzy and jen, then gets shared by their friends and moves down the line, its the same concept, Its the content that determines the length of travel , organic vs non organic, were they coerced or was it natural share of info are variables too
2 years, 1 month ago on How to Use the “Network Density” Formula to Measure the Health of a Community
@DavidSpinks @benfowler FB is not a community platform.
Density i thought he meant how far a message goes? In Klout, they measure the reach same thing, and tweetreach measures how many degrees a tweet was tweeted and how deep, Did A retweet cuz B tweets then B got C to tweet etc, Some idea for both
@rosemaryoneill these things are done daily, i understand the concept but look at klout, tweetreach things like that. they measure how far a msg goes, its the same idea
@sherrierohde ty now i need to find work
2 years, 2 months ago on How I became a Twitter Celebrity on Mike and Mike
Good Post, I remember when this happened you were stuck on this, I guess it turned into a great post. Way to educate and promote your thoughts
2 years, 3 months ago on What’s Your Biggest Challenge in Social Media?
@larboz im glad you liked the article. i worked hard on it and tim was gracious to host it for me so it will get read
2 years, 10 months ago on Is Your Bartender the Perfect Community Manager?
@Adi Gaskell During a previous cmgr chat most said they were taking time off or delegating the responsibility when they should be at least keeping up with appearances. I know when i had a substitute teacher in school, classmates took liberties.
2 years, 11 months ago on Home Alone: Being a Community Manager During the Holidays
Thank you and I try :) @Stephanie Barnes
3 years ago on Is Your Bartender the Perfect Community Manager?
As I was writing the article I thought of Cheers. i worked at a few restaurants as a chef.. Whether you worked in the front or back you always heard the feedback of what the customer wants, likes, and how to make something better There was also always regulars that showed up daily or specific days like cheers. And with communities you have the same type of people.
I transitioned well to online community management too because of my thick skins, cust serv attitude and passion for working with people..
Awesome!! Great work and Idea!
3 years, 1 month ago on Introducing TCM’s Monthly Community Manager Spotlight!