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Did you hug a community manager on Monday? Even virtually? If you did, you weren’t alone. This Monday was the 5th annual Community Manager Appreciation Day. A day to celebrate the tireless people that work hard (probably harder than you think) to make sure that their brand’s communities and audiences are constantly informed, entertained and…

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Today is Community Manager Appreciation Day, a day to thank the many community managers out there that work tirelessly (and sometimes at insane hours) to make sure that brands and their audiences are always getting the best experiences possible. Over the past few years the role of a community manager has become more prominent as…

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Happy Community Manager Appreciation Day! What’s this, you ask? Well, Community Manager Appreciation Day (CMAD) was created back in 2010 by Jeremiah Owyang to celebrate the tireless efforts of community managers around the world. Community managers spend their day acting as a bridge between their company or brand and the world at large. At any…

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This post originally appeared on the Marketwire Blog, but we could use all the help we can get, so we’re reposting it here for a different audience. Community managers are becoming a big part of most brands’ communication and marketing teams. Over the years we’ve seen this role expand from just a few companies to…

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This past Monday was the third annual Community Manager Appreciation day, a day to celebrate all the hard work community managers do that sometimes goes unnoticed. Started back in 2010 by Jeremiah Owyang as a way to pay tribute to the people that are behind the scenes of thriving online communities, the knowledge of the…

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As mentioned on our blog earlier this week, Monday was the 2nd Annual Community Manager Appreciation Day (CMAD). The day of celebration was the idea of Jeremiah Owyang who understood that community managers are a hard working group of people that usually do more work than most people realize, so he decided to honor them….

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