The Knowledge and Community Network (KCN) is working with the Knowledge Hub to pilot regular events for those interested in or are working in knowledge and community management.
This month we are running a free webinar with Michael Norton from the Knowledge Hub focusing on:"How to make blogging an essential tool in Facilitating your Community"
Growing your group, refreshing your membership and keeping everyone in the loop as to what is going on is essential to maintaining activity and building engagement in your online community.
Blogging is a great tool to help you do this.
It can do much more, it can also help you capture, store and share the Knowledge and progress that the Community develops.
This webinar will cover:
• How do you get started?
• How do you plan and review blogs
• What different styles can you use and what can work best for which tasks?
Michael has over 12 years community and knowledge management experience supporting over 2000 communities.
Please join the webinar and he will talk you through some simple steps and ideas on how blogging can assist you and your community.
Video: RSS in Plain English
A short explanation of RSS and how it helps you save time reading the web.
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