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A great article validating Referron
In order to develop the 'know, like, trust' factor, it's necessary to build a relationship, and to do that it's also necessary to have offline conversations, as well as online ones. But you know what's even more important than having a two-way conversation (versus just broadcasting on social media
So what does meaningful action look like when building an engaged community?
Crucial to the success of any effort to create an engaged and interactive community is collaboration.
Providing value to members of your community strengthens your network as a whole and creates a strong sense of community.
While this is true for all communities, those that exist largely online (on social media platforms like LinkedIn) provide far less opportunities for person-to-person contact, so there's a larger trust gap and the value that it gives its members must therefore be more tangible and easily measured.
This is where collaboration becomes a powerful tool in the community building arsenal.
The elements and strategies below seem like simple common sense (and they are) but there are very few people taking advantage of them to build their communities.
Below are three key elements of collaboration on LinkedIn, which will help you to
build trust with your connections,
expand the size of your community
establish your authority on your topic.
The 3 Key Elements of Collaboration
Be A Connector Help your connections to grow their network or community and you, by extension, will also grow your own.
Refer someone to a person you know like and trust - (use Referron - www.referron.com) )