From Concept to Community: How I Built An Online Community And Took It Viral In 25 Days With Little Money And No SEO

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Product today announced the official launch of this new online community, Publetariat. com, on 2/11/2009. The site has more than 7,000 visits in the first 24 hours after the start, and 3-month average Alexa Traffic Rank in the Top 6 92% of all sites, a figure which, when adapted to reflect a short time, during the Publetariat the public, which corresponds to a rank in the top 2% of all Web sites opened. What makes these results even more surprising is finished. . . More>>

From Concept to Community: How I Built An Online Community And Took It Viral In 25 Days With Little Money And No SEO

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  • Brandon says:

    For anyone interested in the area of the game, this is a great read. There is some good advice for people who have the courage to buck the system and have accepted nothing less than success in their efforts.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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  • Empowerment Engine Review of From Concept to Community in April L. Hamilton Review of Jabez Van Cleef, www. sustainyourspirit. com This is a short book, actually more of what we used to be a "White Paper" on the question of how an individual could be on the process of "design go," and hosting his own online community called line of interest using the software freely available. In general, I approve very much of the theory behind the book, and the wonderful performance directly, in terms of both form and content. I have a few quibbles that I am to start, but as the search for random errors, I think you'd better use of your time here the best place to buy and read the book. However, if you insist. . . Who is April? I met online, as the author of a very informative guide to the pros and cons of on-demand publishing. I can say with certainty that he knows a lot about them, and I know more after reading this book, too. But now I have to say that it seems a lot about the psychology of people who want to join the communities of knowing, and the hand-to-mouth philosophy of "indie" movement, wherever they occur, may, especially in the world of its own – books published. We "Indian" writers are furious about for so many years of agents and publishers (contempt that has been suspended, if you hear about us was in contempt) and compassion of everyone else who on the manuscript (s) in the file CAB knew, at work or elsewhere. We are surprised and grateful that the fertile world of "new technology", suddenly, in the last year or so, has allowed us to publish our books to almost nothing and sell them on Amazon. com for a fee of five dollars per copy. I'm still shocked, but the dreams of the possibilities is seemingly over, because here in April, tells me that I can not start a substantially equivalent for Facebook to my area of interest (poetic reinterpretation of religious texts from around the world) . I think we should not be surprised. The same "new technology" that the building will allow for the purposes of community characterized by three satisfaction of basic needs: the individual wishes to be allowed to have power, without the initial costs and will communicate the essence of individuality in the whole world but especially for those who understand the real. My first quibble is that April did not really give us much background, why you write this book and help us. And in keeping with the high value that the "human touch" there, I found myself longing for a little "behind the story. Back in medieval times it was as benovolentiae captatio, and was essentially a short confession of ignorance and humility, the author himself wanted to reassure the reader in advance. Another quibble is that we are not cut in April, very soft, what we know. I know that this is an area full of ambiguities, and people vary in their degree of nerdiness, but I started gasping for air on page 35, when she told me to my software on my newly discovered host CMS install server. This man thinks at this point indie The book was a brief excursion into an explanation of what is a host server and how to find one, the general review of the requirements, advantages and disadvantages, etc. Enough of the niceties. In general, I like the way in which humanity is leaving in April to regulate the choice easy. Reported on page 37 of the reader, to "take visitors to the site to feel at home." This is the kind of attitude, which often correspond to the "Indies" oriented websites (the most I use is www. GarageBand. Com) and in April homespun advice is beautifully developed in Chapter 7 and thereafter. He cites the example of the unnecessary obsession with security and passwords, which is often encountered on heavy corporate sites, and told us to ask some kind of guide that – if it is a safety feature – is that really? But behind the friendship, which shows a hardness also by some very wise advice in the last chapter, "Making Money, our website is well worth the price of the book. So, I am a poet, not very excited, and I live in New Jersey, where I have published 42 tracks and counting on the car Createspace. I advise you, if you want to build an online community to buy books in April, because it's like razor Occham produce the simplest solution to your problem. Thank you, April. When my arms were three thousand miles long, I felt you kiss.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • With the proliferation of sites like Facebook and Twitter, social networking is a common practice on the Internet. Static, one-way information sites are much less attractive and far less effective than community-based websites. The future of the Internet is all about community building. Do you have an idea for an online community, but no idea how to begin creating one? Do you have more community interaction as an existing Web site or Web-based business? From Concept to Community provides a comprehensive overview of building online communities, packing a lot of information into a nice little package. April Hamilton is the reader step by step through his own process of creating Publetariat. com, a thriving online community for indie authors. The book includes strategies of branding, recruiting allies, the design of the website and the introduction of your community, together with an overview and evaluation of some of the content management systems you can choose to create and maintain your Web community. This quick read, I gave blows my mind with ideas and me a valuable introduction to building online communities.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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  • April Hamilton was the right place at the right time, when he was the O'Reilly Tools of Change Conference attended this year. Build an online community was the great enthusiasm among the authors and participants in the conference and the conference itself was the last A-ha! Since April needed to get his Web site in progress, www. publetariat. com. In this ebook, April says, basically, as the site got up and running, what advice they were successful at an early stage, and how its methods to create a popular Web site for you. I usually turn to the section squint technology in the library, not less RSS, HTML, SEO cited, and so on. And most of what I was about computers and the Internet, today learned everything through trial and error. However, in April 80 page brief easy to follow and not assume you already know what these terms mean. After reading this book, I can honestly say that I came away with a better understanding of how I improve my site and their online communities. April commencement with simple steps, as I recall with a good name ( "The visitor can see the idea behind the name, but can not remember the name anyway.), Branding your site, the zoning for the community clean, the creation of a mission and its focus, planning and implementation, and management of content. Every step is written in a nice easy flow field, easy to follow and are divided into small sections, almost as a side dish. I found it easy to navigate through the entire book, and even easier to fall and the measures that I wanted to point out and find pinned for later use mine. Open it with your web site www. publetariat. com, as the first example in the book, but are also good examples of how his methods to adapt your own blog or online community. Although I have many times Publetariat and I am a member, I came to the site constantly confronted with the passages of the book, while reading attended. April, every step is really to see it on his website for you, and made some content may be a given, but the procedure is that some sites, but often forget that Web browsers like me are always in search of. An example of this is the forum of "community". I love the forum on Publetariat, I started, and I check often for new updates. However, my blog is not included, a forum. So, while reading the book in April, I kept asking: "Why did I like?" It would probably do the same thing, but now it will be necessary. April has almost every detail in the articles of the advertising in the sense covered comes at a premium membership. There is also a section called "How To Get It Wrong." As mentioned in the title in April. . . did everything with little financial investment. As mentioned in the book, has invested in some business cards to pass during the conference. Its Web address also appeared in an overhead slide that led to a post on Twitter. The rest is history and the history that is less than 3 months since the site is brand new and still growing. I think I visited at least once a day since I signed. I congratulate Hamilton in April to be a valuable tool for indie authors indicate, at a time when electronic publishing and online prescence is growing at a pace even faster. She is in the right place at the right time. And you can too. Author or not, this manual is for those more advice on how to make your online community or more must be nurtured.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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