Creating a successful online community is not easy. It can take a lot of dedication and hard work.
But what really sets the right course for sustainable online communities is starting with a solid intent and a strategy that is designed to support and achieve that intent.
My friend Melissa Mosher is the person I turn to when it comes to building communities.
She is the founder and CEO of Support Savvy, a company that specializes in small business and community operations.
Melissa helps small businesses with their operational infrastructure set-up and support – everything from email set-up, invoicing, ATS platforms and more.
However, she is best known for her skills around community building and community moderation. She has been managing, marketing and moderating online community forums, newsgroups and chat rooms for over 25 years.
You’ll get some valuable community-building tips in my conversation with Melissa on the Go For Launch podcast.
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