Last week, as part of social media week at Mayo Clinic, I presented “Tactics and Tools to Begin, Build, and Sustain Online Communities” to members of the Social Media Health Network at their annual meeting.
I’m thankful to Lee Aase, director of Mayo Clinic’s Center for Social Media, for the invitation, and enjoyed sharing some valuable tips with this influential group. We followed a short 15-minute format. The presentation focuses on the most important tips for starting and building community.
I hope you enjoy the Slideshare embedded below and a handful of the tweets the audience shared.
— Chris Boyer (@chrisboyer) October 23, 2014
Position your community w/research to make sure you're meeting a real need that people will care about #mccsm
— Lee Aase (@LeeAase) October 23, 2014
— Susana Shephard (@sesaz) October 23, 2014
— Theresa Lewis, MBA (@TheresaLewis623) October 23, 2014
— Farris Timimi, MD (@FarrisTimimi) October 23, 2014
Be mindful of and eliminate barriers to participation. Common sense but how often do we make it hard for people inadvertently? #mccsm
— Cynthia Floyd Manley (@CynthiaManley) October 23, 2014
— Kristine Austin (@ksaust) October 23, 2014
— Lisa Ramshaw (@Lisa_Ramshaw) October 23, 2014