• 5 Ways to Encourage and Nurture New Community Members

    Building a new community is exciting, but many online forums struggle with getting people involved in the new venture and those issues only compound as the community matures. Becoming integrated into an established forum can be intimidating for new members but without new support, your online community could falter. Don't let that happen! Your cause is too important.

    With that in mind, we put together this list of the top ways a forum can encourage new community members and help them become integrated into the site's community.

  • The One Thing All Amazing Community Managers Do

    Failure can be a nagging fear in the back of your mind for all new community initiatives. It’s not just you and it’s not just paranoia: over 30% of communities reported failure due to lack of internal support.

    Just by knowing this, you are on on your way to becoming an amazing community manager for your organization. 

    You’ve put your blood, sweat, tears, and budget into your current community. Don’t let that effort go to waste. You can increase your internal support through having a tactical measurement strategy.

  • Encouraging Employee Participation in Your Online Community

    On the topic of employee participation in online communities, Richard Millington of FeverBee says it most succinctly:

    “Your employees probably aren’t keen to help you build a community. It’s more work for them. It’s not even in their job description. If you force them to get involved, you’re going to get the minimum effort.”

  • Forumbee and GDPR

    The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets a new standard for how companies use and protect EU citizens’ data.

    At Forumbee we provide features and processes to fulfill GDPR obligations and maintain our transparency about how we process data. 

    Here is an overview of GDPR and how we are meeting its requirements at Forumbee: 

  • Slack integration is here!

    We are excited to announce our integration with Slack is now available! Slack is a communication tool for teams that organizes messages into channels. Now your team can get instant updates in Slack about activity happening in your Forumbee community.