Social Marketing Compensation Research | Online Community Report

Online Community Strategy

The Social Marketing Compensation Study was initiated in December of 2009 as a joint research project between the Online Community Research Network and WOMMA. Share/Bookmark. Social Marketing Compensation Research. Posted on09 March 2010.

Social Marketing Compensation Research

Online Community Report

The Social Marketing Compensation Study was initiated in December of 2009 as a joint research project between the Online Community Research Network and WOMMA. Share/Bookmark.

Social Media Strategy & Monitoring Research

Online Community Report

Participants represent a healthy swath of the types of organizations participating in online community building activities, including: large software companies, large community destination sites, niche community sites, platform providers, interactive marketing firms and independent consultants.

Online Community Platform & Services Satisfaction Research

Online Community Report

The Online Community Platform & Services Satisfaction Survey was initiated in May of 2010. Over a quarter of the respondents, 27% (13), are actively looking for a new online community platform. Community Platforms – Rated. Annual Community Platform Budgets.

Participating in the Social Media Ecosystem

Online Community Report

Last month, the Online Community Research Network conducted our second study that examines how community and social media professionals engage in the social media ecosystem, Participating in the Social Media Ecosystem. 22% (19) have a Community Manager responsible for creating content.

Anecdote - Whitepapers - Building a collaborative workplace

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Staff induction Anecdote circles Narrative & Change Knowledge strategy Collaboration Stories to size up Expertise Location About KM SNA and strategy Narrative & Branding Connecting people Tacit & Communities. Building a collaborative workplace. China’s initial reluctance to share information is considered a significant factor in the rapid spread of the disease and the initial failure to control its spread. Research was shared in near real-time. What we do.