Wherever we are, there will always be local jargon language. Understanding local jargon helps to create a sense of belonging and make you stay current and updated.
Here is a list of CollabDeen's Jargon that will help you in building your community of the future.
Community – A community is a group of people who share their common interests or share similar backgrounds. It is a place where people express their opinions and share their ideas.
Community allow people to come together around a common cause, issue or activity to organize, express objectives, discuss issues, get notified about the latest community updates and many more.
This is where you will receive the most engagement and interaction. It can be easy to engage your members and followers here. Focus on true value, information and content that you as a member would want to consume and interact with.
When you create a community, you can decide whether to make it publicly available for anyone to join or keep it private and by invitation only.
Community Members – Members are the heart of the community. They include all who live, learn, work, play and worship in the communities. Primarily they are CollabDeen users but once they are associated with a community, they are considered as community members. Members can be acquired through invitation to be part of your community.
Followers: Followers are people who subscribed to a community, brand or business account. Followers follow these entities to receive the community, brands or businesses latest updates.
Business Community - Also known as Tribe. A strong Business community is a connected community called Tribe. Here, buyers can connect with the brand and soon, each other. They can identify others who buy into the same brand and who also share the same values and common interest.
Community Admin – Community admin is the official personnel in charge of a body (community, organization, brand or business) A community admin has the access to the admin tools and is able to edit their community’s name, privacy, description and other community settings.
Community Moderators – Similar to Community Admin, Community moderators help to manage the community page. However, unlike the Community Admin, they are limited to only certain roles. Each Community is allowed to have 1 compulsory Admin and 2 additional moderators*. To have more than 2 Community Moderators, please look in to My Plan.