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Use inSided Communities to boost event RegistrationBest practise
Hey everyone! Just wanted to share a quick tip on using your community to increase event registration for your next event! We recently ran an event on the importance of Customer Success in 2020 and we saw a massive 70% of our event registrations come from signups on our community! What did we do? We simply set up an event on our community—announcing what we planned to cover and who would be speaking—and enabled event registration directly on the community. We also found that those who wanted to ask questions about the event did so in the comments section, which really got people excited about the topics we would be covering. What was also fantastic was that we saw those that attended the event kept the discussion going in the weeks after on the community too! So, definitely, for your next event be sure to use your community! ?
Using user-groups for beta programsBest practise
We’re always updating our users on new features we launch via the community. It’s such a great way to communicate on a 1-to-many basis with our customers. Additionally, what’s even better is that we have started to launch beta testing groups on our community where we invite a certain number of customers to test new features before we release them. Not only does this allow us to iron out any bugs before a full roll-out, it also creates a real feeling of collaboration and togetherness between us and our customers. Such a great way to make sure you are building a product that really meets the needs of your end users!
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