Guild Community Collective is an online free group for community builders and social media professionals to share knowledge and connect with each other.
It works through Guild's platform and to join you need to request an invitation. After you create your Guild account and provided a profile picture, your job title, and your current organization, you will be able to join.
Members connect inside the platform to discuss successful strategies and collaborate on building social media communities. You will find content, inspiration sources, tools, guides, and additional resources. The group also aims to provide members with feedback to improve their communities.
Moreover, the community runs virtual, hybrid, and in-person events. This will allow you to make new connections and develop partnerships with like-minded peers.
Find useful resources:
Members are constantly sharing resources and ideas to inspire others. The community also creates a space to work collaboratively in partnership projects.
Participate in events:
The community runs virtual, hybrid, and in-person events for members to learn from industry experts and meet like-minded peers. All of them are free to access for community members.
Expand your network:
The community focuses on creating connections for members to find colleagues and create new teams. It's easy for members, once they get to know each other, to develop partnerships and collaborations with each other.
To join, you need to create an account on Guild. You must include your job title, your current organization, and a profile pic. Then, you have to request an invitation.
Since 2022, the community has started hosting learning events. To make them more accessible to all members, the events are carried out in three modalities: virtual, hybrid, and in-person. Once you are accepted into the group, you will see all details for each upcoming event.
Members of Guild Community Collective interact through a Guild group. This platform creates a safe environment that allows members to freely interact and chat in real time with each other. Members mostly talk about new strategies and information sources for their upcoming or current communities. They also provide and receive feedback and useful insights.
Community members usually share information and content focused on community building and social media. They also post ideas and inspiration sources to come up with new projects, as well as successful strategies to grow a community. The resources approach topics such as building and managing a community, strategies to connect with members, and social media marketing.