Offering paid memberships for your Facebook Group can be a great way to provide even more value and support to your community. It can also be a way for you to continue investing in and growing your group.
At a high level, community operations is the strategy and process of ensuring that your online community best serves the needs of all members. It's a critical part of community management because it defines how to keep your community healthy, vibrant and growing over time. Community operations should be informed by data, with key metrics informing both strategies and goals.
We’ve spoken with hundreds of newsletter creators looking to expand their revenue potential. Maybe they’re trying to go full-time on their creator business or know there’s “money in the list” and are looking to leverage the audience they’ve built.Here’s a quick overview of some of those near adjacencies from an educational newsletter, in order of the difficulty in branching there from your newsletter business.
We chat with educational creators every day who’ve built an audience on YouTube and monetized via ads, brand deals, and Patreon, but are looking to diversify. Here’s a quick overview of some of those near adjacencies from an educational YouTube business.
Data is a hot topic in the community-building space right now, but in 15+ years in tech, I can count on one hand the organizations I know that use data effectively. Here are 𝟭𝟴 product metrics and how to apply them to your community.
Over the past year, I’ve connected with 839 membership and course community builders. Folks at all different stages: pre-launch, launched, scaling, thriving, winding down, or long gone. The single biggest determinant of success that I’ve seen is Community Discovery.
As a community builder, it can be incredibly frustrating to put in the time and effort to create a thriving community, only to struggle to get paid and be energetically sustained. Building a community is hard work and often requires a significant investment of time, energy, and resources. A lot of community builders look to create a membership site. Say good bye to it being complicated to offer paid memberships thanks to Launch by Burb.
Accountability groups, whether they're formal or informal, can help your members achieve their goals. They provide a space for members to talk about their progress, get advice from others who are at the same stage of their journey, and share insights about how to move forward. But there's more to an accountability group than just getting together.