🌦 We've had sun and rain this week in Rosieland!
Nudge your members to build your community flywheel
I talk a lot about community flywheels. They literally make my heart spin. However, one thing we need to talk more about is the how of community flywheels.
This is one such example, taken from Indie Hackers. At the end of this email is a potential explanation as to why they got a new follower and an added 'thank you' at the end.
In community, it is important that we seek out these little opportunities to pull our members back in. To educate them. To help them understand. To support and thank them.
People don't just magically return, we have to give them nudges. The question is, where and how can you nudge your people to come back in?
🌈 This week in Rosieland
- The answer to building a great community is not conversations
- Are forum platforms dead?
- 🌶 Spicy take: I don’t want to be onboarded in communities
- Circle, Mighty Networks, Tribe and …?
- How do you choose a community platform?
📰 Rosieland Roundup
- This is the kind of community ownership project I like to see
- Recurring Community Events: A Quick-Start Guide — Ece Kurtaraner
- Tedooo raises $3M to scale its social network for buyers and sellers — it feels like 'networks' are increasingly raising money? Bravado was another recent one.
- Get ready for a lot of dead DAOs — I've not listened to it, but I've been saying this for the past year.