Community Managers maintain, foster and grow online communities—or at least they’re supposed to. They may also be called moderators and (depending on the community), may or may not get paid. If you actually own an online community, remember that sometimes you get what you pay for. While there are certainly fantastic free community managers (as well as shoddy ones that get paid), mistakes will be made. Here is some of the most common community manager fails, how they could have been avoided, and what you can learn from them: Getting Personally Invested The Internet is a rough placed filled with […]The post 7 Community Manager Fails and What You Can Learn by @livlongley appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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