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Khoros Staff

Almost every day we get to learn from some of the top community pros in the world. But not every day do we get to share the same expertise with everyone! This blog is an attempt to distill the insights from that 1-hour discussion for easier consumption. Enjoy!

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Microsoft and Autodesk have developed some new and innovative ways to bridge connections between their own product communities and external public communities. 

Hear about what they’ve been up to with Khoros and iTalent Digital in our upcoming virtual panel on September 29th. Get more details below. You won’t want to miss it!

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As I was working on the documentation for Khoros's Community Syndication Message List component, I kept thinking about different ways I wanted to use Community Syndication in our Developer Documentation Portal. So I tried it out. Here's my story.

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Communities are full of great stories, but are your customers aware of these stories? Syndication can make sure your best stories are also the easiest to find.

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Starting a conversation is the first key step in any customer interaction, and it is a really big challenge today. Today we share how Microsoft used Community Syndication in an innovative way to make more interesting content and connect with a broader audience around the popular topic of Remote Work. 

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Welcome to the second blog in our series on Community Syndication. Today we are going to talk about leveraging community content to deliver customer product feedback into online product or eCommerce pages. 

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It’s hard to tell sometimes if your FAQs are A) working to deflect support requests and B) useful or interesting to your customers.  This is probably why FAQs frequently fall to the bottom of the “To Do” list for your marketing and support teams. Community Syndication brings an easier, better way to manage FAQs that guarantees they are relevant, useful, and can update quickly with changing user needs - such as in a crisis. 

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