Included below is the Community Manifesto created recently at SXSW, but how useful is it for your organisation? For example, how well does it support emerging new forms of community management, such as ‘employee advocacy‘?
Having just signed up to the fast growing super-popular Pinterest it was interesting to see my initial email from the team included a neat summary of their community guidelines, what they call their ‘etiquette’. It takes a lot of hard work to boil it down to a list of 3 simple bullet points, but it obviously works. When community guidelines are so important to help manage a community, and create a creative culture online the value of getting them right shouldn’t be under-estimated. What are the top 3 guidelines for your community?
I’m excited to invite you to join Pinterest, a social catalog. I can’t wait to have you join our little community.
To create your Pinterest account, click the link below and push the blue “FB Connect” button. You can also join with Twitter.
Pinterest Etiquette: Try to…
- Be Nice!
- Be Creative. The best pinboards mix products, art, recipes and images from all across the web. Try not to pin everything from a single source.
- Give Credit. If you blog about an item you found on Pinterest, it’s nice to credit your fellow pinners by linking back to the original pin.
– Ben & the Pinterest Team