Wanna know one of my favorite parts of being a Lunch Community Founder? Being able to curate my own community. Maybe it's because I have thing for decorating and making things look nice, but I love being the Editor-in-Chief of my own review site! And as Lunch's Community Manager, I figured I'd have a thing or two to share about best practices on curating your community. Consider this a crash course on how to effectively set up and maintain your community with a strong emphasis … more
What I truly like about setting up communities is the ability to be an Editor in Chief. I can pick and choose what interest me to begin with and also to categorize the wide array of topics we've built up on Lunch into some meaningful form. When I first joined the site, I wrote a review on Lunch.com about the need to categorize and make easy the path to "enlightenment". As what I did almost a decade ago about the ability to search for information back … more
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more
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Community Founders on Lunch have the ability to act as "Editor in Chief," curating their communities by choosing topics, reviews, and lists to feature. Founders can also set the tone of their community by including review prompts and taking advantage of other features in general settings.
This is one of the most important roles of a successful Community Founder. Shaping the tone and nature of the conversation in your Community attracts the best members, and results in the highest quality content. It also allows Founders to contribute a consistent editorial voice throughout the content shared in their Community.