Introducing Community-Driven Impact

A Better Way to Show the Impact of Your Community

Richard Millington is joining us to share his new approach to measuring and proving the impact of a community: The Community-Driven Impact Score. 

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Richard Millington

Over the recent past, FeverBee has been pioneering a new approach to showing the impact of a community.  

The Community-Driven Impact Score is easy to deploy, easy to analyse, and directly shows causation rather than correlation.  

Better yet, it doesn't just show changes in behaviour, but changes in attitudes too. It can show how communities have changed customers’ perspective on brands and products.  

Join FeverBee's Richard Millington as he explains how the community-driven impact score has led to community members finding better value for money and more confidence using products.   

Join him to learn more about:  

  • Why the current approach to measuring a community isn't working.  

  • What the Community-Driven Impact score is and how to calculate it.  

  • The specific steps to setup a simple measurement system for capturing the Community-Driven Impact score.  

  • How to interpret and use the score to build a data-driven community strategy. 


Ready for better metrics? 

Learn from one of the community industry's foremost thought leaders about improving the measurement of your community today.

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Richard Millington is the founder of FeverBee and the author of Buzzing Communities. Over the past 14 years, Richard has helped to develop over 250+ successful communities, including those for Facebook, Google, The World Bank, Oracle, Amazon, Autodesk, Lego, The United Nations, Novartis, and many more.

Richard Millington

Introducing Community-Driven Impact