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Angela Connor is the Managing Editor of User-Generated Content at WRAL.com and has help grow the firm's community to more than 11,000 members in 18 months. She is a multimedia journalist who has worked in broadcast, print and online news at television stations and newspapers.
"Angela's book is just as important for personal brands as it is for companies. In this new world of work, everybody must understand how to facilitate and grow a community, in order to achieve maximum success. Angela's book will guide you to community manager nirvana!"
Dan Schawbel, Author or 'Me 2.0'
"Angela begins the pioneering task of setting the rules for online communities in this must-read book. Her sass, wit and sheer knowledge of this unknown frontier are great guides for anyone wanting to enter the online community space."
Maren Hogan, Principal, Red Branch Media
"Angela lays out some great points on community engagement with real life examples that give readers the how-to when implementing these strategies within their own business. Not to mention, it's all written in a simple to read manner."
Sonny Gill, Social Media Strategist, SonnyGill.com
"...how do we move from the old model of circulating the news to the new model of managing these social groups? Angela Connor provides a clear and concise map to follow, whether working from the corner office or a corner of a coffee shop."
Ron Sylvester, Interactive News Reporter, The Wichita Eagle/Kansas.com
Angela Connor is the Managing Editor of User-Generated Content at WRAL.com. She launched and currently manages the top-rated news organization's first online community, GOLO which has grown to more than 11,000 members in 18 months. Angela is a multimedia journalist who has worked in broadcast, print and online news at television stations and newspapers in Cleveland, Tampa, West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. She lives in Holly Springs, NC with her husband and two young daughters.
What a waste of money. If I could give zero stars I would
I bought this book with high expectations. Firstly the author cannot count. Read more
I like books that get to the point quickly and don't have fluff. This book fills both bills. After reading a few pages it became obvious that Angela is further down the same road I... Read morePublished on April 13, 2010 by Michael W. Cox
Angela Connor uses her experience and wit to chart the unknown frontier of online community management. Read morePublished on December 7, 2009 by Connie Malamed
More than ever, the internet connects businesses with consumers."18 Rules of Community Engagement: A Guide for Building Relationships and Connecting with Customers Online" is a... Read morePublished on October 11, 2009 by Midwest Book Review
Angela Connor's "18 Rules of Community Engagement" is a straightforward, common sense guide to building online communities from the ground up. Read morePublished on September 27, 2009 by Michael L. Drabenstott
Whether you're just starting out as a Community Manager or you're an old pro, I feel like there's a little bit for everybody in this book. Read morePublished on September 2, 2009 by Jeremy Lindh
Really, this "book" do not deserve that name.
It's short, with little value.
Just a bunch of dispersed ideas, that you can get from any average Blogger around. Read more
Angela Connor, social media expert and dedicated community manager at WRAL's [...] , must be the best-ever party hostess. Read morePublished on July 23, 2009 by Tia Fisher
Unique for its practicality and user-friendly format, Connor's book is a must-read for anyone contemplating an online presence. Read morePublished on July 5, 2009 by George Smart