I wanted to share with you all why I think being the host of several online communities has so many benefits! 🙂
You get to share your passions and interests!
Everything is super simple and easygoing!
There are a bunch of members to read your content and Help collaborate with you!
You get to learn new things from other people and create a space full of knowledge!
It is free!
So don't be afraid to get out there and start a community!
Maybe you want to start one, but you're not sure what you would want to write about. I can Help you with some ideas! I am happy to help
Or maybe you have some ideas for communities but don't want to host it by yourself. I can Help with that too!
I've really enjoyed creating my Gluten Free Living community! Both you and Niklas have helped me so much, I'm not the best writer, I don't believe I have a particularly engaging writing style like big bloggers but no-one here on Savvity judges you for that.
The other thing about Savvity is I've been able to learn about things I never had a previous interest in or lost! For instance, Paints and Crafts Community inspired me to paint my own Christmas card and try oil painting on canvases, I surprised myself with what I could do. Also Evelina you got me buying plants, I don't think my purse appreciates that one
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By starting and running communities you can acquire skills that are useful in many other contexts. Some of the things I think you train are: * Project management. * Writing & written communication. * Leadership & people management. * Marketing. * Online collaboration. * English skills.
Best regards, Niklas 🎈