...it takes so much more than having the technology tools in place to build an effective community portal.
Boston MA (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Joomla! Day Boston 2013 – Community building presentation offers fresh approach.
Boston MA, Christopher Nielsen CEO of CNP Integrations will present “Answering the right Questions for Effective Community Building” at Joomla Day Boston, to be held March 16th, 2013 at Microsoft’s NERD Center. CNP’s unique presentation is built off of a Seven Pillars of Success strategy and will explore concepts around their extensive new consulting program for building community driven web sites with the Joomla CMS.
For the past year CNP Integrations has been touring the country, at Joomla focused events, educating and collaborating with the Joomla Community itself to gather information for an exciting new approach to building effective online community portals with the Joomla! CMS. These talks and presentations have inspired a new “Community Building Success Program” that addresses the common challenges site builders face when building online communities. This new program takes participants on an expedition through important questions that help define effective strategies. The results offer site builders an opportunity to discover the best ways to connect their technology platform with the people participating and a process for which they can interact with each other.
“Over the years we have seen some great tools built for building communities, like JomSocial and Community Builder but it takes so much more than having the technology tools in place to build an effective community portal. Our program’s objective is to first help educate people on what they will need to consider when building or extending their offline community into an online community. Second we wanted to offer targeted service solutions specifically tailored to the gaps between strategies for turning the technology on and effectively marketing to a well-defined audience,” says Mr. Nielsen CNP’s CEO and General Manager.
CNP Integrations believes their unique offerings can dramatically increase the success rates for online communities built with the Joomla CMS or any other popular CMS. The program digs deep into questions around strategy, and steps participants through a common sense approach for leveraging tools and technology that best connects and retains the attention of site visitors. The planned workshop style presentation for Joomla Day Boston will be centered around CNP’s Seven Pillars of Success. It will highlight innovative strategic concepts and walk through real world case studies.
More information about the Community Building Success Program can be downloaded from CNP’s web site: http://www.cnpintegrations.com/communities/
Joomla! Day Boston will be filled with social interaction, include insightful learning paths and feature presentations by many well-known web developers, designers, marketers and Joomla experts. CNP Integrations is a Bronze Sponsor of this one day “Joomla! Day” event.
More information about the event can be found online at: http://www.joomladayboston.com/
CNP Integrations is known for delivering world class support for Joomla CMS
CNP Integrations has built a world class technical support and consulting practice around delivering enterprise level Joomla CMS support for small to midsized businesses (SMB’s), Governments agencies and non-profit organizations using the Joomla CMS.
CNP Integrations has an engaged global team of technical and configuration experts and employs highly skilled programmers and project managers with the focus of providing the most responsive web application support services for the Joomla CMS and other compatible technologies. CNP Integrations is a business division of Creative Networks Protocol Inc., a Massachusetts based corporation. CNP Integrations offers premium technical support and hosting with a value building methodology and a proven process of project management success. CNP Integrations primarily provides services across the United States but has serviced customer globally in 7 countries on 3 continents.