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Drawer of Inspiration 4.0

Some inspiration sources for your community

Hi friends, I've been doing a lot less last week because of my COVID-19 hiatus. In general this was a very forced break. During one of those "doing nothing" days, I remembered that I actually am a member in Nesslabs community. I had troubles logging in because all my communities in general are on Discord or Slack, when this one is on Circle. Being a member at Nesslabs comes with a lot of advantages, such as having access to the course "From collector to creator". The course is specifically for creators who want to improve the creative workflows. I had troubles with keeping up with my ideas and the projects I want to launch after the Product Hunt day, and it felt like I needed a refresher. And oh boy, I got it. What I love about it: - it helps you to understand how creativity flows in

Anna Grigoryan

Apr 15 2021

4 min read

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Content curation business

How content curation works and how you can make money from it.

Let's say you are a good old project manager and you are assigned to a project out of knowledge scope. You kind of know what the industry is, but also you don't know how the business works.Β For me, for example, it's the publishing of physical books.Β  Now, what would be your approach to finding out more, so you'll be comfortable leading this project? And let's say this is the project of your life so you want to nail it. There are a couple of ways you can help yourself to understand an industry: - find a few good books on it and read them - find mentors, instructors, and people to talk to - find youtube channels or online courses ... OR Find all of that in one place categorized and organized specially for you. One can say curated πŸ‘€ In this article I'll talk about content curation

Anna Grigoryan

Apr 06 2021

5 min read

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The Lurker, Collaborator, Contributor or Creator.

What characters are the building blocks for your community?

You know each friend-group has tropes, the fun person, the one who's taking the jokes seriously, the one who never comes to meetups but always proposes one (yes this one is me, don't come for me). Just like a friend group communities also have some staple characters. In today's article let's talk about different kinds of members you can see on communities, how to engage with them and understand their journey. Identifying this groups can be challenging that's why let's focus on a specific example that you can also extend to your community. example: a discord community for gamers Now let's meet our characters. Lurker I think for non community people Lurker is the hardest concept to grasp. Lurkers are the members who are very actively interacting with the community content and ma

Anna Grigoryan

Mar 26 2021

5 min read

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