Motivation theory and automated campaigns are key tactics for tapping into community motivation and engagement
Washington, D.C. — March 17, 2016 — Higher Logic will feature community thought leader and founder of Feverbee, Richard Millington, for today’s Learning Series webinar at 2 p.m. ET, to discuss “Automation and Motivation to Support Online Communities”.
During the webinar, Richard will present key tactics for tapping into what motivates community members long term, and how to use automation rules and campaigns to increase intrinsic motivation. He will outline how successful community managers can leverage competence, autonomy and social relatedness for members, as well as streamline tedious tasks and granular member monitoring to bump engagement and retention.
WHAT: Higher Logic Learning Series: Automation and Motivation to Support Online Communities
WHEN: Thursday, March 17, 2016, 2 p.m. ET
REGISTRATION: Register for the online webinar here.
WHO: Feverbee Founder Richard Millington, and Higher Logic’s Creative Director Lauren Wolfe and Community Manager Calista Rollogas
In addition, Higher Logic will brief attendees on several client case studies outlining success with automation rules in online communities, including strategies on implementing automated campaigns and top performance metrics.
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