You work in a position that most family members don’t even know what you do. Your friends think you get to play on Facebook and Twitter all day. You’re probably underpaid and constantly trying to prove your ROI. It’s about time you were featured in a way that not only showcases your knowledge with your peers, but also will help others wanting to become community managers know what it takes. Now you can do that!
Be featured as the Community Manager of the Day on mycmgr.com and get your very own badge to show off your achievement on your own site. What does it take to become community manager of the day? First, we ask that you actually be a community manager. If you have to ask us what a community manager is, you shouldn’t be applying. Second, fill out the community manager of the day application completely. Your photo, name, website, Twitter handle, company name (community managed) and answering at least 3 of the questions. Third, and finally, be ready to share your achievement of the day you are featured! Pretty easy, right? You work hard enough as a community manager. We wanted to make this easy on you.
In addition to be featured on mycmgr.com, you will also be highlighted on the Facebook Page, LinkedIn Group and Google+ Page. Every Friday, at 2pm ET, My Community Manager hosts Community Manager Hangout #cmgrhangout on Google+ and Twitter, where you will also be mentioned. We may use your responses as a topic of discussion or even ask you to be a guest on the hangout.
So are you ready to become Community Manager of the Day? Fill out the application and your day is one day closer!
Need an example of what to do with your badge? See what these #CMOTD recipients are doing:
- Gwynne Monahan, Clio
- Jonathan Brewer, BTC Revolutions
- Rosemary ONeill, Social Strata
- Nicole Rohr, WYCC PBS Chicago
- Michael Hahn
- Jenn Seeley
- Jillian Jackson, DragonSearch
- Pattie Lee, Marketing Job Wire
- Elliot Volkman, Open Compass / University of Reddit
- Dave Olson, HootSuite
- Anne Reuss, 360connext
- Corina Newby, Orderit.ca
- Jameson Brown
Such a great idea! I'm looking forward to reading about and learning from a new community manager every day. Us community managers need to stick together!
@citylifematt Go right ahead. We'd probably ask them the questions or if you want to surprise them, just email me at tim @ mycmgr dot com
Thanks Lesley. I must say, I've learned a ton already from reading about the people who have submitted. Can't wait to share with everyone.