Five Community Management Blogs You Should Follow

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Feverbee – This is by far my favorite blog. Published daily, in bite sized pieces, Rich Millington offers wisdom and practical advice for community managers. In addition, Feverbee hosts a vibrant and active online community of its own on the Discourse platform.

CMX Hub – This is similar to Feverbee in that they provide consulting, training and conferences for community management professionals of all types, however, their community is based on Facebook. They produce one or two posts per month.

The Community Roundtable – This is a community management consulting agency located in Brandon, Florida. In spite of their local focus, they produce monthly blogs that are relevant to community managers of communities of all shapes and sizes.

Jono Bacon – A former Director of Community at GitHub, Jono brings his years of experience as a community manager and consultant to the table. He is the author of “The Art of the Community”. Not only does he maintain this blog, he is also a columnist for Forbes and opensource.com.

I recently attended an un-conference produced by Jono and I was pleased to see that the quality I’ve always admired in his blog was also present in person.

Community Manager Musings – Evan Hamilton writes this monthly blog for community managers. His posts are reasonably long (he’s not just writing for bulk content) and they are insightful. Community managers and moderators will find his recent post about trolls incredibly useful.

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