5 simple Derby Hub social media community tips

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An article from Derby Hub member Kevin Hudson from Identify who specialise in Social Media Marketing

Twitter RT

ReTweet @derbyhub Tweets and Derby Hub members’ tweets.

RT/Share the Hub blogs, education slots and any other content posted on the Hub website.

- Sign of appreciation and promotion of fellow Hub members’ content.
- Can, and should, spark conversations
- Set up a “Derby Hub Members” Twitter list to easily follow Hub members’ tweets


LinkedIn Group

- Periodically check the LinkedIn group for discussions posted where you can add value, based on experience/opinion/support/suggestions etc.

- Once per week post a question/blog/article/top tip etc to the group in order to spark engagement, not only with Hub members, but also non-members.


Facebook Page Engagement

- Comment on, and share, Hub members’ posts where you can add value, and/or the content is relevant to your profession/industry/audience.

- Share each members Facebook page with your personal Facebook friends.


Community Management

- Set up Derby Hub mention alerts on dashboards (e.g. TweetDeck or Hootsuite) or email (e.g. Google Alerts) to listen out for mentions of The Hub and/or its members.

- Engage with those mentioning Hub (potential visitors/members), and welcome them into the online community.

 

Blog Post Engagement

- Comment on and share each other’s blog posts, where possible/relevant.

- Write a blog post in response, and/or conjunction, to another members’ post.

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Date Added: 07 June 2012

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