<img height="1" width="1" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1503258129980931&amp;ev=PageView &amp;noscript=1">


HigherLogic and Socious

Online Community Blog

How to Implement a Customer Portal Platform

Posted by Julie Dietz on Fri, Apr 22, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

So, you’ve decided to launch a customer portal. You’re now one step closer to creating a gateway for your customers to connect and collaborate with your company. Your new portal can become a central part of your customer retention strategy and help you expand your relationship with customers as soon as people start using it.

Read More

Tags: User Engagement, Online Community Software Features, Customer Portal Software

Changing Your Company Culture? 4 Ways Your Online Community Can Help

Posted by Christina Green on Tue, Mar 15, 2016 @ 08:30 AM

“Culture is to recruiting as product is to marketing.” - Dharmesh Shah, cofounder of HubSpot.

Company culture is a big selling point when it comes to hiring and branding. People like to do business with brands they know, like, and trust. A talked about (and envied) culture is one that draws people in, whether it’s customers or employees.

Read More

Tags: Online Community, Social Business Culture, User Engagement

Why An Engaging Online Community Starts with Company Wide Participation

Posted by Katie Bapple on Thu, Mar 19, 2015 @ 08:23 AM

By now, we all know executive buy-in is important when creating an online customer or member community. Without it, community would hardly even be a discussion. However, getting your senior management on board is just a starting point. Writing a check, committing to a community platform and getting marketing to send an email doesn’t even scratch the surface. To build a successful community, a foundation of unfaltering and abundant internal support is essential.

Read More

Tags: Online Community, User Engagement, Launching an Online Community

Teach This to Your Online Community Members to Grow Participation Faster

Posted by Joshua Paul on Tue, Mar 17, 2015 @ 08:26 AM

Online community management is a vast discipline. Community managers commonly spend their time a variety of ways, such as:

  • Onboarding new members
  • Turning them into contributing members
  • Coordinating content
  • Using the data from your online community to make better business decisions
  • Making sure you spend your community management hours on the right processes and member segments to grow the community

It’s safe to say the “to-do” list is fairly long.

Read More

Tags: Member Engagement, Social Business, Customer Engagement, Online Community Management, User Engagement

5 Signs Your Online User Community Will Thrive in Its First 12 Months

Posted by Joshua Paul on Thu, Jan 10, 2013 @ 08:44 AM

Social business investments can be risky. Launching your company’s own private social network for customers, employees, or partners can make any businessperson feel somewhat panicky when they do not have all the information they need.

Read More

Tags: Association Management, Social Business, Online Community, User Groups, User Engagement

NEW FEATURE: Find Out How Socious Saves You Hours Every Day

 

About Socious

We help associations and user groups take a community-first approach to managing their members.

About Socious MemberCloud Association Management Software & Community Platform

Our membership management and online community software is designed to help you provide value to your members, rather than wrestle with complex and expensive back-end systems. Learn more about Socious software and services.

Posts by category

Association Universe