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7 steps to building an online community

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Here are the 7 steps to build your own online community.

  1. Identify key stakeholders for the online community.
  2. Define the purpose and goal.
  3. Select a community platform.
  4. Build a member profile.
  5. Develop rules and norms.
  6. Set up your community.
  7. Identify key stakeholders for the online community.
  8. Promote your community.

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