External communities are a curious thing. Why does a user repeatedly return to a community that they aren't being paid to or required to participate in? If it's not an obligation, why do they choose to invest their own personal time in the community? What motivates them to be there?
At the start of a new year, people tend to create resolutions for themselves, generally focused on things they want to do more, or less, of going forward. From new exercise regimens to kicking bad habits, these resolutions are typically focused on accomplishing new goals and overall self-improvement, providing a clean state to kick start their year. But why stop there?
We're excited to announce a new addition to our growing collection of Tiles by Social Edge: the Ideas Tile! Our Ideas Tile lets you display your community's ideas in a dynamic and colorful way. Highlight your member's great ideas on any landing page to promote voting and display the status of each idea. You can add visual tabs to the tile to organize ideas by stage, place, activity or creation date.
We're thrilled to present another addition in our growing Tiles by Social Edge store: The Place Grid. Our Place Grid gives you the power to display a more visually-striking presentation of the places most important to your users. Not only that - but it's a significantly easier and code-free alternative to the out of the box tiles.
Are you a community manager looking for an easy and visual way to display blog posts in your community? Our Blog Tile might be for you! With the Blog Tile, you can bring your community's blog posts to life with previews of the entire post as well as accompanying images -- all without having to update any HTML.
Alfresco is an enterprise open source company focused on making business flow quickly, seamlessly and intelligently. Their software powers the daily work of more than 11 million people at industry-leading organizations in 195 countries worldwide. Alfresco customers rely on their open, modern platform to digitize critical business processes and connect people with the information they need, quickly and effortlessly.
Community governance consists of a set of policies established by enterprise community managers and system administrators that are continuously monitored and enforced by the policy owners and members of the community. Simply stated, governance policies are developed in order to define and clarify what members can and cannot do within the online community.
Blogs are a great way to share and promote news, updates, and announcements in your Jive community. Our new Blog Tile gives you an easy way to display blogs on any landing page, including the homepage. Not only does the Blog Tile dynamically surface blog titles, but it can display images and a text preview - all from an easy-to-use configuration panel.
Engagement is key to a community's success - both internal or external. Some common external community goals include awareness, information sharing, trust, loyalty, feedback, happy customers, and informed internal stakeholders, to name a few. All of these goals are achieved through different levels of engagement. So how does one engage members?
Inside Edge gives you secrets and shortcuts to building a thriving internal or external community, along with a sneak peek at Social Edge products and services.