Whether it’s from scratch or moving an existing offline community online, when you start a new online community, it’s a good idea to run a so-called Beta community.
This is the first in a series of blogs where we will explore some of the things to keep in mind when you first start your community. First up: 6 things to keep in mind when you get started.
Learn about the importance of KPIs for Community Management and the Open Social Analytics solution to help you monitor your community goals.
Frank explains what Progressive Web Apps are, how they can help you drive engagement with your end-users and how we've implemented them for Open Social.
Frank, one of Open Social's developers, explains user onboarding, provides an overview of onboarding methods and explains how we've implemented them in Open Social.
Open Social now supports private messaging! In this post, we’ll discuss how this feature benefits your community.
Your online community is like a small society; it consists of people adopting various roles so things run smoothly. In this post, the top community member roles and responsibilities.
A living style guide is becoming an increasingly important tool for web development. Here’s why and how to implement a living style guide for Open Social with input from Lisa, one of our front-end developers.