I don't spend a lot of time blogging here, because I spend most of my days creating content for the company I work for, FeverBee.
Last fall I took over FeverBee's podcast, and revamped it with a little bit of my own style. I seek out community professionals with unique stories, and have a relaxed, personal conversation with them. I try to tease out new and interesting nuggets of information, or emerging tactics.
The podcast went on a bit of a break at the end of last year, but is now back and ready for the new year. I've kicked things off with an interview with Amanda Swan, Community Manager for Optimizely, and we largely discussed her A/B testing strategy that helps to drive increased registrations for her community.
Next week I'll feature Sara O'Connor, Digital Fiction Director for Hot Key Books and Picadilly Press. Sara will be sharing an incredible story of how she's leveraged forums to get authors and school children to collaborate on developing fiction books. It's an incredible adventure that's excited and inspired many children to read.
You can access the podcast from the CommunityGeek site, or by subscribing on iTunes. If you like it, please share with your friends (#fbpodcast) and even consider leaving a review! If there's someone you'd like to see interviewed on the podcast, please don't hesitate to leave a comment with your suggestion.