Exporting Online Community Data For External Processing

The need for data exports No matter if you’re running an insights community, a customer community or a private social network, at one point in community life, exporting online community data for external processing might become a necessity for you. In this article we’d like to share the different types of data export that CMNTY Platform…

CMNTY Cloud: Manage Multiple Online Communities

Running Single vs. Multiple Communities CMNTY Platform is our all-in-one online community solution. If your organization is running a community to gather insights and inspire interaction, you are probably just fine with a single, stand-alone community platform. However, if you are an agency running multiple online communities for your own clients, then CMNTY Cloud was designed for you….

3 Essential Elements of Successful Online Communities

3 Essential Elements of Successful Online Communities Whether you want to set up an employee community to raise company engagement, a customer community to understand how your brand is being perceived, or a b2b community to connect innovators with investors, there are some common elements among successful online communities. Below are three concrete steps you can…

How An Online Community Can Help Your Organization Grow

One thing all organizations have in common is that they have a target audience. Whether you are selling products, services, or knowledge, understanding your target audience is the key to success. A target audience can consist of consumers and end-clients, but also suppliers, employees, other stakeholders or a mixed segment. No matter what type of…

Introducing CMNTY Key for Secure Online Communities

CMNTY Key Brings Hardened Security  To Your Online Community Today we are introducing CMNTY Key, a new way to secure online communities. CMNTY Key is a hardware USB key to prevent unauthorized people from accessing your community. Whenever you use a username/password combination there is the risk of eavesdropping. Your password can fall into the wrong…