I’m extremely excited to announce that we are launching a new user recognition program here at Khoros.
The Khoros Titans!
Our previous user recognition programs have been quite successful, but over the past few years have waned in audience, engagement, and execution. The Titans program aims to reinvigorate what it means to be a power user of the Khoros platform!
The program introduces four levels of Titan and will run in partnership with our Khoros Core program which caters to a (mostly) different audience. Our Titans will be recognized on a regular basis as people enter the program or gain more levels.
How do I become a Titan?
From time to time, we may adjust criteria and invite highly engaged customers into the Titans program based on their strengths in strategy and execution, as well as their help spreading the love for Khoros and driving enterprise customer experience initiatives.
What’s in it for me? What are the benefits?
On top of the formal recognition provided in our regular updates of new Titans, members also gain a unique badge and label on Atlas, exclusive access to group hubs, greater networking opportunities within the Titans, and opportunities to build their own brands.
There are so many ways to grow your knowledge of the Khoros platform. To see what some of these are, along with benefits at each Titan level, check out our Titans program page.
Who are some current Titans?
We have a set of amazing Titans, and look forward to adding you to the ranks, too. You can identify Titans on Atlas by a blue badge next to their name on posts, the Titan badge on their profiles, or by going to our Titans program page. In addition to this, you’ll see showcased blogs and highlights about our Titans around the community!
We look forward to your thoughts on our program, and please let us know if you have any questions.
@BlakeH - Community Manager
@AnnaL - Director, CX and Systems
@PhilippeM - VP, Customer Experience
* Consultants have slightly different criteria. Please contact @AryannaK for the time being.
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