Are you planning to build a social network with international success? Do you already run a digital community but with a low number of members? Has your community metrics of success not been reached?
If so, this workshop will demonstrate key methods to grow your user base by 100,000 – all in 30 minutes.
BrightLemon will be hosting a hands on workshop which will walk you through the planning of an online community at 1:45 - after an initial 5 minute presentation.
Leon Tong - the Director and founder of BrightLemon - will help you put together a high level project strategy, identify your key users, discuss technical considerations and define your metrics of success to help you build your community.
This workshop will be a great opportunity to take advantage of BrightLemon’s expertise in developing online communities. Either if you manage an online community or are planning one, this workshop will help you increase your user base.
It will be an interactive workshop which will cover the following:
Key points which will help you grow your online community
Identifying your high level strategy
User analysis inclduing metrics of success, user types, personas and user stories
Information architecture including sitemaps, workflows and issue constraints
The workshop will be starting at 1:45 at the table top in Hackney House. If you wish to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (or reply) prior to the workshop or approach a BrightLemon representative on the day
Questions answered :
- How do I start planning for an online community? - What are the benefits of growing on online community? - How do I increase my user base?
Leon Tong is the founder of BrightLemon. Having started the organisation in 2004, BrightLemon has gone onto becoming a well-recognised company for developing online communities for the likes of Amnesty International, Breast Cancer Care, British Rowing, the British Council, Business in the Community, the Department for Education, Fujitsu Siemens, the Greater London Authority, Plan International, the Tate Modern, TeachFirst, University of Cambridge, University of London and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
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