Use content to
build your community.
Empower your user base, promote your content, and mobilize your community.
How do you build a content community?
Spark a DIY movement
Tinkerers and crafters want to engage with their things—modifying, repairing, and improving products. People are already forming ad-hoc online communities to share ideas and accomplishments. Companies that embrace this change will see consumers flock to websites that are open, flexible, and durable.
People want to do things! Following instructions to accomplish tasks connects individuals to publishers in a unique and intimate way.
Information communities do not work unless they solve real needs. Solve their problems and your readers will be your best advocates.
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Miroslav Djuric, Director of Technical Communications, iFixit
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