IdeaScale has been invited to speak at the upcoming Crowdopolis 2013, and we’re really looking forward to it. When we were organizing our presentation, however, we started by asking ourselves what questions we were getting most often and it was actually really easy to decide from there what we were going to talk about.
The questions that we get most often are:
- How do you keep a community engaged?
- How do you steward quality ideas?
The answer, of course, is in the presentation (so you’ll have to stay tuned and come see what we have to see in New York). But for now, let’s say that it’s a mix of a number of different things from good moderation (qualities to be discussed) to internal business practices (which are largely up to you – the business – to define).
As this industry continues to move forward and is integrated into numerous open innovation plans, voice of the customer programs, and market research departments, we think that more and more organizations are going to concern themselves with proper engagement practices and how these programs respond to the content they receive.
Also, if you’re interested in attending Crowdopolis, IdeaScale is pleased to share a special offer. If you register using code IS2013, you’ll be able to register two people for the price of one. And, we’d be glad to discuss more moderation, engagement, and industry best practices when we see you there.
What are your engagement tips? How do you define good moderation?