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Connection is important in a community. However, for it to exist, you must first generate trust. Trust arises from your community’s engagement. Unless you give rise to such engagement on the basis of the credibility you earn, there is no community. These are a few ways you can increase engagement of your online community.
Underneath the large, all-encompassing term of social media, there are two types or sub-categories: Social Networks and Online Communities. Both have their perks and common uses, but what really are they and who should be using them? Here’s the breakdown.
Not sure? What are you doing on line? Do you date, apply for a job, stay in touch with your friends and family, shop, bank, gossip, have arguments, vent? If you do, you are living an e-life. This convenient lifestyle comes with e-friends, e-customers, e-family and everything else that “e” has to offer.