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Community impact

Community managers usually take the role of Chief Impact Officer. They know everything about their community and niche. How can we help them?

Anna Grigoryan
Anna Grigoryan
3 min read
Community impact

I did an interview with David Kobrosky about his project Intros.ai and their attempts to create the Chief Introduction Officer's for the community.

There's this huge opportunity for creating a tool for community managers which is not community itself. Not an operational headquarters, and also not a database of members and connections through Zapier.

A tool that is helping to track the member's progress going through the communities experiences (not tracking how many newsletters they opened, but have they grown their podcast during the time of being inside the community).

Tracking the impact of the community on members.

Community managers are usually taking that load on themselves, as they are all day in and out of the community. They know everyone and everything that is going on not only in the community but also in the niche they are in. Which is a huge information load to have.

I got particularly interested as in why the product was not build earlier. Having transparent hand crafted algorithms for meeting the right people in the community is much harder problem to solve rather then community engagement.

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