San Francisco-based Mobilize Networks, one of the leading all-in-one community platforms, recently announced it rolled out 'The Lounge', a home for people to interact, meet, network, ask questions and catch up on activities and events. 'The Lounge' promises that it has reinvented the way communities live online.
Mobilize Networks recognizes the Internet's aim to bridge geographical gaps, but it claims that existing networking solutions are not optimized to drive member engagement and lackluster in providing users with a true sense of belonging.
"The hottest commodity of the 21st century is going to be belonging," says Sharon Savariego, founder & CEO of Mobilize. "We believe that communities are the backbone of both humanity and business. It is time for every community to have a home online and for every community leader to have the professional tools to bring people together."
The company believes that existing community solutions are antiquated, difficult to navigate, require extensive setup, lack actionable data and are difficult to personalize, and that current solutions are not optimized to drive member engagement or give the leader the full data and control they need to grow and empower their community.
"We work very closely with teachers all over the world to build out, maintain, and support the Wonder Workshop program," said June Lin, of Wonder Workshop. "Using Mobilize we've been able to significantly increase engagement within our community of teachers. We are reaching twice as many people than when we were using MailChimp where we had a 20 percent open rate. Recruiting new members, and getting users to volunteer for research and give us feedback, has been easier too."
'The Lounge': Features and Benefits
Mobilize allows community leaders and members to be able to use 'The Lounge' to create an engaging experience, using key features such as:
Community Managers looking to grow and empower their networks can find out more about 'The Lounge' in this short video here. Professionals seeking to belong to a community of like-minded people can learn more about 'The Lounge' in the below short video.
SOURCE Mobilize Networks
Edited by G. Davila