I'd be interested to know the relationship between this community and the FIR G+ page: https://plus.google.com/105877451533262296645/posts - still trying to work out how a brand should tie all these elements together!
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- Good question... I, too, am trying to figure out the best way to use all the different pieces. Biggest difference I can see is that anyone (who is allowed) can post here in a community, versus only the page owner being able to post on a page.Dec 20, 2012
- I think it's a matter of finding the right voice for each of the social spaces open for use.
It's also a matter of finding the easiest mode of using each of these spaces. I prefer to use a mobile view. I'm tapping away on my touchscreen while using the FIR Community inside Google Plus..Dec 23, 2012
- Neville HobsonModeratorWe're trying to figure it out :)Dec 23, 2012
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- Neville HobsonModeratorThinking more aboutquestion, coming to the conclusion that this community page is the place for FIR on G+ and the page is therefore redundant. Thinking that we concentrate here not there :) Agree?Dec 31, 2012
- The pulse here is definitely stronger. It doesn't feel like a showroom. It feels more like a community room and that's good.Dec 31, 2012
- I think there is a case to be made for both... the FIR page as primarily a "broadcast" mechanism for people new to FIR to learn about the podcast, see the recent episodes, etc., and then this community as a discussion forum. Someone just dropping into this community might not understand as much what FIR is all about... and so the page may be useful for that.
Yes, posting episode notices to both, for instance, seems redundant, but I would think about it as being for two different audiences.Dec 31, 2012