It’s an exciting day when you launch a new online community to the public. But if you’ve done it correctly, a lot of work has been done before the official live launch.
Then you can “forget about your worries and your strife.”
At a bare minimum, you need to have each of the things on this list if you want to be more than a flash in the pan. (We’re assuming you’ve chosen technology that supports your mission -- cough cough Hoop.la.)
Take Care of These 5 Basic Necessities Before You Launch Your Online Community
- People committed to participating
- Logo, banner, branding
- Permissions concept (what’s the structure, who can do what, is it private)
- Metrics for success