Watch the on-demand recording here: https://khoros.com/resources/maintaining-community-momentum
Watch our next Snack Break & Hot Take on December 2!
Tuesday, November 16th
1pm ET | 12pm CT | 10am PT
Snack Breaks & Hot Takes is a digital series connecting you to experts in customer experience, brand owned communities, and digital contact centers. Running only 30 minutes, this event offers you an opportunity to get a snack on Khoros through Uber Eats, gain valuable insights from leading experts, and ask questions in the event chat.
In our last Snack Breaks & Hot Takes session, Erica Kuhl discussed how to make the case for a community budget and move forward with a community initiative after receiving executive approval. In this session, community consultant Brian Oblinger will be sharing tips and tricks for how to ensure your new community continues to thrive and grow post-launch.
Launching a community requires a precise blend of strategy and intentional execution, which can be difficult to maintain after a community is live. Community teams often struggle with maintaining the momentum that is generated during a launch both within their community and their organization.
To help carry your community through the first year of launch and into the future, a combination of sound tactical execution, bold growth plans, and strategic story-telling within your organization is vital.
Brian is a community consultant with over 20 years of experience in the industry. He’s worked with hundreds of companies like Acer, Autodesk, Comcast, eBay, The Home Depot, HP, and PlayStation. He also directly built teams at Alteryx and DataRobot to deliver community success at scale as VP of Community.
Don't forget to tune-in to our next Snack Breaks & Hot Takes session on Thursday, December 2nd! This discussion will feature Rich Millington and our very own Jake Roadhouse debating on the best measurements of ROI for community. A session that is sure to be equal parts entertaining and informative.
Register and learn more here: https://bit.ly/3Dzhz1r