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WPSessions.com Jan 21
This is a great thread from of on building a vibrant, engaging community: It's a lot of practical advice that expands beautifully on 's session from last week:
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WPSessions.com Jan 15
How can you motivate contributors to your community? Create opportunity to contribute! - Open-source as much as you can - Document everything - Provide a clear starting point - Offer incentives (e.g. digital badges, product discounts, hand-written notes)
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WPSessions.com Jan 15
After you've identified and gathered a community, consider the ways in which you can beneficially and sustainably grow that community: - Empower active members - Start a local meetup group - Encourage & support other groups
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WPSessions.com Jan 15
When getting started, consider all the ways you can be helpful: help people solve problems, help people connect with peers, etc. Also be mindful of boundaries: how you will moderate and curate community discussion, level of access to your time, etc.
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WPSessions.com Jan 15
There are many good tools for facilitating community engagement. The right tools for your community will change over time. Don't put your entire focus on a single platform you cannot control (but DO embrace complementary platforms where people congregate)
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WPSessions.com Jan 15
When building a community, implement the SPACE model: Support Product Acquisition & Advocacy Content & Programming Engagement You can learn more about where to start and how to build a vibrant community right now in our live session:
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WPSessions.com Jan 15
Enjoying community while learning about building community. A beautiful moment! Come join us right now for the live broadcast on "How to build community" at
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Cate DeRosia Jan 15
Sitting here enjoying on with and and how fun to learn while having coffee with friends. ❤️
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WPSessions.com Jan 15
Happening today, roughly 90 minutes from now!
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Hugh Lashbrooke Jan 15
Interested in building an open-source community? I'm going to be talking about it on at 14:00 UTC today (that's in about 2 hours from now): - it's free to watch live and then available for paid members anytime after that.
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WPSessions.com Jan 7
On Wednesday, January 15th, is going to show us how to build a community around our open-source projects: Join this live broadcast and learn how to build a vibrant community and how, together, you can grow your product and its impact.
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WPSessions.com Dec 2
In honor of Cyber Monday, today only you can buy a LIFETIME membership on WPSessions for less than the cost of two regular years. Or, you can pick up an annual membership at a 50% discount. There are only 25 lifetime memberships available, total. Tick tock!
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Replying to @MaddyOsman
How do you actually run a usability test? has several different methods and tools. Too many to distill into tweets :) Join us live right now and hear them all yourself:
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Replying to @MaddyOsman
How many user testers are enough to find all of the usability problems at each design stage? 3-4 testers will help you find 80% of the issues, so don't worry about recruiting more than that for a single test. Find and fix problems, then run a new test.
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Replying to @MaddyOsman
Ask better questions when running a usability test: - Avoid web and industry-specific jargon - No multi-part questions! Break them into separate questions. - Be as specific as possible
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Replying to @MaddyOsman
How do you design a usability test? - Start by asking the right questions. - Get to know the tester to understand their perspective. - Ask for feedback on specific elements. - Design a scenario with specific actions for the tester to take
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Replying to @MaddyOsman
Who should you pick to test the usability of a website? Start with colleagues, friends, and family. Recruit volunteers from your audience. Your best bet, though, is recruiting unbiased third-party testers who have no prior familiarity with you or the site.
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Replying to @MaddyOsman
The biggest benefit of auditing a website is that you can uncover issues that kill conversions. Run a real test with real users to find and fix real problems! -
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Replying to @MaddyOsman
There is a strong relationship between user experience (UX) and SEO. Websites that are more usable and user-friendly are shared more often and rank more highly. - Join us live right now to learn more:
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WPSessions.com Nov 21
Why audit the usability of a website? "It's important to ask yourself: what if my assumptions were wrong?" - Join us live right now to learn more:
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