Understand your customers.
Grow your business.
Creating and engaging a community can provide a soundboard for products, your brand’s voice, a way to monetize, and the best way to gain support and awareness. Discover the power of online communities, and learn first-hand how it can help any business.
Communities echo your brand. Establish a supportive community that will deepen your online voice.
Get your community to talk with you, about you, and for you.
Learn how to make your community large through analyzing and creating the right content.
In our 3-day Community Management Workshop, you will learn the essential skills for creating, managing, developing, and sustaining a community both online and offline.
A fast growing community is rarely accidental. Community managers who build strong communities do it by strategizing and planning ahead. Learn how to define goals, write a mission statement and build a plan that will drive community growth.
In this session you will learn how you can use data to improve your community engagement. You will learn how perform research and gain insights that will help you create relevant content, and give your community what they need, before they even know they need it.
To ignite and scale your community you will need to moderate conversations and initiate engagements between key community members. In this session, you will learn the right tools and strategies engage and activate community members.
One of the biggest challenges community managers are facing is the ability to spot hidden opportunities and leverage them to benefit the community. Learn how to recognize these opportunities and use them to build a strong community.
Maria is the Course leader. She is a community hacker at Aleph VC and a mentor at Google Campus. Maria is also a Forbes 30 under 30, and the founder of the female empowerment Facebook Group – ‘Supergirls’, a group of nearly 70K active members (and counting) including some of the most influential women in fashion, technology, business and creative sectors in Israel.
Bar is a Community Hacker and a Social Media expert. She works as a Community Manager & Leader at Google Educator Group. Bar trains and develop local community leaders all over the country, setting up collaborative communities of educators, revolving innovative learning. in the past, Bar helped many companies set up marketing strategies, advertising, and digital branding plans.
The hands on program will offer case studies along with practical work so that you will understand 1st hand the value of communities by working on your own business or project of your choice. You will master the art of building & engaging communities blogging, and social media marketing (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, & more).
Submit the short application form.
Have a phone interview.
Jan 03 - Jan 05
Wed-Fri | 9am - 5pm
Tel Aviv Campus
Jan 03 - Jan 05
Tel Aviv Campus |
Community Management has become one of the most popular positions in the digital world. In Today’s world, we are all Community Members from the Music we hear to the Apps we use. Community Managers are responsible for the relationship between brands and people. They enable the online world which may sometimes feel a bit distant or alienated, become human.
The companies behind these communities needs its members to stay relevant. Community Manager’s biggest assets are the people in their community.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
This course is taught in Hebrew. However, as the startup industry often requires a working knowledge of English, all of the course presentations are in English.
The course consists of 21 hours over the span of 3 intensive days.
The three days will consist of face to face lectures by industry experts, examining case studies, and building a project.
The course equips you with the tools to become a successful community manager. That said community management is now key within marketing, HR, product, and even if you are considering starting or expanding your own company or venture.
The course does not require to necessarily have relevant background but it does require you to have a community, a desire to open or develop one, and the aptitude to become a great community manager.
If you have a passion for brands, companies and most of all people, Community Management is for you. Come learn how to connect your community members online and in the real world.
No. Just come ready to learn in an immersive setting.