Forum Management

  1. Paytm creates a record of 10 Crore Ticket bookings

    Digital Payment Platform Paytm has set a goal of doubling its travel ticketing business in the year 2020 with its leading solutions and services, recording a record of more than 100 million air, rail and bus tickets booked in three years. Announcing this in a statement issued here today, company, One97 Communications, said that Paytm started air travel and train ticket booking services through its app and website by introducing travel business in Bangalore in 2016. In 2018, Paytm registered...
  2. Types of e-commerce

    There are many types of electronic commerce Generally, when we think of e-commerce, then we think of an online commercial transaction between a supplier and a client. However, this idea is true, but in fact, we can divide e-commerce into six main types, with all the different features. There are 4 basic types of e-commerce: 1) Business-to-Consumer (B2C): In this business, a business sells products or services directly to consumer on the internet. For example, you buy anything from...
  3. Reviewing Gutenberg Revisited: The Issues Remaining with WordPress’ New Editor

    Note: Like the last article, this one is also reprinted from my Medium account. But hey, given TAZ is a community of web developers and forum admins, I thought they'd like to hear a bit more Gutenberg and its issues too. It’s time to return to Gutenberg, and see how things have changed. Cause a month or so ago, I reviewed it in a lengthy review. In said review, I went over its pros and cons, the bits that were there and needed work, and the various use cases the editor had. In that post, I...
  4. Default Browser Styles Should be the new Quirks Mode

    As virtually every web developer knows, default CSS styles vary widely between browsers. Whether it’s the rounded, gradient based looks present in Safari or the more blocky one used by IE and Firefox, these differences end up leaving developers stuck using resets to get everything back to normal. Which makes me wonder: Would it work better if we just… disabled the default browser styles in many circumstances? Because at the end of the day, they’re not relevant for most websites. They’re...
  5. Reviewing Gutenberg: Is WordPress’ New Editor Up to Scratch?

    Let’s talk Gutenberg No, not the printing press or the bloke who invented it a few hundred years ago. The new WordPress editor that’s now available WordPress 5, which aims to replace the crumbling old TinyMCE layout with a more modern, block based alternative. It’s a big project, and it’s one that’s gotten a mixed reception throughout its development cycle. Some people love it and consider it the future of WordPress. Some dislike it to the point they made a fork to get rid of it...
  6. Value Creation and Brand Loyalty

    Value Creation and Brand Loyalty
  7. Levinger's Stage Theory

    Description Stage theories in general describe how we go through distinct stages as we develop. Thus, rather than gradually changing, we typically make sudden shifts to different plateaus of perception and behavior. This may be associated with 'aha's of sudden understanding. Levinger's Relationship Stage Theory Relationships go through a series of stages as they mature. Levinger's model has ABCDE stages. A = Acquaintance/attraction. We meet other people and feel an initial attraction,...
  8. Community vs Audience

    Here's a quick way to tell if you have a community versus an audience: If conversation is mainly between you and your members, that's most likely an audience. If conversation is mainly between members of your segment, that's a community.
  9. Elements of Consumer Value

    [URL]https://hbr.org/2016/09/the-elements-of-value[/URL] When customers evaluate a product or service, they weigh its perceived value against the asking price. Marketers have generally focused much of their time and energy on managing the price side of that equation, since raising prices can immediately boost profits. But that’s the easy part: Pricing usually consists of managing a relatively small set of numbers, and pricing analytics and tactics are highly evolved. What consumers truly value,...
  10. How community benefit the members?

    How can a community benefit the members? Acceptance Appreciation Belonging Companion Esteem While things like discounts or access to the team are the reason people may visit, these are the real reasons why people stay and participate. My personal quote: Come for the Content. Stay for the Community. It follows Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
  11. How community can decrease costs?

    How can a community decrease costs? Call / Ticket Deflection Reduced Marketing Costs Product / Content Development Long-term SEO
  12. Drive Business Value

    How can a community increase revenue? Increase retention and reduce churn Increase purchase frequency and frequency Increase Brand / Mission awareness Increase Brand Loyalty Increase Customer Advocacy
  13. What is Community?

    How would you define a community? A segment of people who form relationships as a result of shared goals, experienced, and interests. A Segment of People Member to Member Relationships Mutual Interest, Goal, or Experience
  14. Ten Laws of Community Management

    Well, this is interesting. Apparently I now have a blog, with my previous article on community management having been converted to a post on it. No, I'm not sure that's the case either. Perhaps The Sandman thought the feature needed more users? Eh, it's hard to tell. But either way, given this exists, I may as well post something here. So this week, I've got a bit of an interesting article for you all. Have you heard of the rules of the internet? Or the list of laws named after various...
  15. Community Management 101: All Members Are Equal

    As you may know, I’ve been writing articles about community management for a while now. I’ve written them for vBulletin.org, with a general focus on that software and how it can be adapted for a good forum. I’ve written them for The Admin Zone (and every other website merged into it), with a bit more of a general focus, And I’ve wrote a fair few on Medium too. Like the ones about how Reddit could be replaced by a decentralised alternative or how things we consider ‘new’ problems are...
  16. Long term vision is the key!

    When I sit back and think about all of the mistakes that I have made as a webmaster over the years. It's always been a short term vision of what I wanted to do with the project. And not realizing that many of the website/forums out there have taken years to establish themselves. Especially today! If you're making a forum today I think you should have at least a 3 year plan or not do it at all. And during that 3 years you need to give it your all. You just can't throw up a forum and think...
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