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  • Our picks

    • How I Started My Community - Part 3 Growth
      When I wrote my last entry, The Dogly Mail had just reached the 100 member milestone but since then things have grown impressively.

      The photo competition has proven very successful at encouraging new signups and we are now at around 1400 members picking up 15-20 new members a day. This is far better than I could have hoped for but there a few caveats…
      • 3 replies
    • The 3 things your community needs to succeed
      A successful community only needs three core elements to flourish and begin producing results.

      Your community will require some care and effort to flourish, but with the right strategies in place, you'll ensure that the value your community produces continues to increase as time goes by.

      Let's take a look at the three elements that make for a successful community.
    • Work smarter with 5 of our best time saving features

      Have you ever found yourself muttering "there has to be an easier way" when managing your community?

      If you have, it's likely that you are not the first person to think that. Invision Community has been refined over nearly two decades, and in that time we've received a lot of feedback from clients running very large and busy sites.

      We love a short cut, especially when it makes our clients lives easier.

      There's plenty of time-saving features throughout Invision Community, and here are five of the best.
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    • Boundaries & Identity: Building Membership in a Community
      Cultivating a strong Sense of Community is a clear goal for community builders. Develop a strong sense of community, and you’ve built a community experience that sparks a more meaningful and connected community that your members will love.
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    • What lessons can you learn from a discount fashion retailer?
      Two headlines caught my eye today as they appeared side by side in my newsfeed.

      On first glance, they seemed contradictory.

      The first was that the UK lost nearly 2,500 shops and stores last year and the second is that discount fashion retailer Primark has just invested £70m in a new store in Birmingham.

      This new store covers 161,000 sq ft over five floors and features a Disney-themed cafe, a beauty studio, a gents hairdresser and a Harry Potter themed section.

      If the UK is closed thousands of stores, and a recent department store has just fallen into administration why would a brand invest £70m in a new store?
      • 5 replies
    • Master your community's lifecycle to increase your growth
      We all seek success with our Invision Communities. For too many of our communities, however, we yearn for success but we don’t plot the correct navigation to get there. We haphazardly pursue our strategies, trying new ideas and hoping one will stick. It’s time to take a step back and assess your goals in context to your growth. It’s important to understand the stages of the community lifecycle, and to strategically match your goals with your growth sequence.
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