Let’s get festive! Every community benefits from sharing festivities with members. It can help promote better business relationships, member connections, and give a more warm feeling to your entire community. At SocialNetworking.Solutions, we know how important it is for you to help your members celebrate together.
Perhaps enliven your community with a holiday theme. The Christmas and New Year Design Elements plugin would be perfect to help liven up the mood and get the festivities started!
To help your members connect with each other, or to promote a better business relationship, you could use the following plugins:
Virtual Gifts plugin to let your community members send free virtual gifts to one another. Everyone loves getting gifts!
Member compliments plugin can create warm feelings amongst your members. This is great for both business and personal communities.
The Live Streaming in Website plugin lets your members live stream and connect with fans and followers. This is great for sharing festivities, business events, and so much more!
For some fun, try the following plugins to get your members involved in the holiday festivities:
Let your members share their stories with the Stories Feature plugin. Members can share their photo/videos in a story format just like Facebook. These stories can have descriptions and will show in a slideshow format.
The Games plugin lets your members play games on your site. They can then post their high scores in the activity feed and create some competitive fun.
Get users involved with the Advanced Contests plugin and create a fun atmosphere for your members as they try to win!
We’ve only touched on a few ways to celebrate with your community during the holidays. The above ideas could even be combined with the Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn clone themes to create your own awesome alternative community!
The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward”
– Amelia Earhart