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Have you wanted to set up a forum for your community? Wanted somewhere for members to post informative blog posts? Would you like your members to have conversations with other members of your group, sharing common interests and answering questions?
This course will show how you can solve the above problems by creating your own social network.
Using Ning, the hosted social network builder SaaS app, we'll look at:
- Why to choose Ning
- Ning Pricing (hint: it starts at $25 per month for up to 1,000 members)
- How to sign up
- Dashboard Overview
- Settings - style, fonts, page design and more
- Feeds - pull information from your own blog, an industry blog, podcasts and other social networks
- Managing Members - setting up groups, customising emails & easily managing comments/spam
Take this quick, comprehensive course to fast-track your social network building today.
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|Section 1: Evaluation|
Why Choose Ning + A Look At PricingPreview
|Section 2: Getting Started With Ning|
|Section 3: Customising Your Social Network Settings|
Reviewing Dashboard & Setting Up Your Layout
Descriptions, Icons, Domains Names & Integrations
Activity Feeds & Social Sharing
Optional - Code, Languages, Tracking, Terms & Support
|Section 4: Customising Your Social Network Design|
Themes, Background, Layout & Optional Custom CSS
|Section 5: Managing Members & Content|
Managing Members, Sending Emails & Default Settings
Member Email Templates & User Onboarding
Profile Questions, Emails, Invites & Categories
Content Management & Moderation
|Section 6: Bonus Lecture|
Rich Peterson is the founder of Generous Work, where he helps people create meaningful, profitable and highly useful businesses through innovation & design.
He is passionate about entrepreneurship, innovation, marketplaces, collaborative consumption, design that works and, of course, his family. When he's not consulting, teaching, selling over $1.7 million dollars of books or lending money to people in third-world countries (through Kiva), you'll find him reading, playing beach volleyball or mastering the art of surfing backwards.