The value of the Community Leadership Summit has always been the attendees. While the event has the usual trimmings (presentations, keynotes, social events), it is unconference discussions that bring the most value to the surface. As such, to have a great Community Leadership Summit, we need to have great people.
This is where you come. We would like to ask each of you to do 3 simple things to help get a truly diverse set of people to our event.
Step 1. Share on Social Media
It is always hugely helpful to share details about the event on social media. Below are simple cut and pastable posts you are welcome to use.
Sneak Cheat: you can click the ‘Tweet’ buttons to one-click tweet!
Step 2. Share with your colleagues/friends
A great way to raise awareness of the event is to let your colleagues and friends know about it. This can be as simple as a short message via email, Facebook, or some other medium.
Here is a draft message you can send (or refine to your own taste):
I just wanted to let you know about a neat event, the Community Leadership Summit, which is happening on 6th – 7th May 2017 at Austin Convention Center. I will be there, and I hope you join too.
It brings together community managers and leaders from a variety of industries to evolve how we build communities. It features keynotes, a full unconference (where attendees propose and run sessions), and social events.
It is entirely free to join, and you can find out more details at http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com/ – just ensure you register (do this at http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com/register).
Step 3. Write a blog post
Another great way to spread the word is to write up a blog post about the event, and share why you are joining, what you would like to discuss, and more. Be sure to promote your blog post on social media and use the