Peers Over Beers - Community Experts Podcast

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Summary

With last week's episode focused an #CMAD, we pick up where we left off on Episode 007. Chris has a question on when to start offline events for his community. What types of offline events are there and how does one start. We take the case of "user groups" and use Episode 007's BeagleBoard case study. We get into metrics and I think there are many ways to measure, but thanks to Chris for always helping me bring it down to simple terms. In the end, our discussion gives Chris a Eureka moment. Listen for it.

Show Notes

  • How to started an offline events with your community
  • Types of offline events
    • Trade Shows
    • Ad hoc events
    • User Groups
  • Discuss when in the evolution cycle of a community should an offline community start
  • Reminding community managers that offline events need to follow the purpose of your community

What is Peers Over Beers - Community Experts Podcast?

20 year Digital Experience and B2B Community Expert Michael Sandoval and 20 year Relationship Manager and B2B Community Strategist Chris Detzel are your hosts for this fun and straight shooting podcast for enterprise community managers and social media professionals. With their easy and natural inquisitive banter, your hosts will tackle hard issues facing community managers in their day-to-day struggles, and yes, over a beer. From starting new communities, digitally transforming enterprise culture, moderation, and globalization techniques are all up for discussion.