Trina-K is the Community Manager for ECOMSPACES in Atlanta, GA. She's also a confidence coach, SOP writer, video shoot scheduler, project manager, and more for ECOM members. If you're interested in hearing an out of the box take on the coworking Community Manager role, this episode is for you.
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There was a discussion in the Everything Coworking Facebook Group recently about whether to use "coworking" or "flexible office" as a tagline for a new space under development.
There was a lot of emotional support from the group members to "go with your gut." Bad advice. Go with Google. Using the right organic search terms matter a lot to help your ideal members find you. Use the term they know and they're searching for.
This epsiode talks about the emotional and the data driven aspects to making this decision.
If you’re curious about what a successful community manager profile looks like, how they contribute to the business and how they manage their time, keep the ear buds in, this episode is for you!
Kelsey Sizemore is the Community Manager & Marketing Manager for Forge Birmingham, AL. At the time of this recording, she’s been in the role for three years and has helped the team expand from 7,000 square feet into 13,000 square feet, start a podcast, optimize their marketing mix and more!
Kim Lee didn't take 2020 lying down. She celebrated the addition of new event space the week before the first lockdown. Without missing a beat, she co-founded the Birmingham Coworking Collective, and then launched a podcast.
Kim shares her three-year coworking journey to create a community in which Birmingham's entrepreneurs can thrive. She shares some behind the scenes of her business, including how she balances her business, three kids, two dogs and a husband... how her team is structured, what hats they each wear, and more.