How To Write An Amazing Community Bio!
Community bios are short and snappy, so figuring out how to make every word count is important. There are essentially three parts to a community bio.
Let's break them down:
This is who you are and how you relate to the Community. Share something professional and something personal. For examples, check out the bios of a community manager or a community points leader. Feel free to borrow from their brilliance, copy & paste their bio format, then update with your details.
Once you've established who you are, the next step is to explain why you're in the Community. This helps other community members understand what your goals are for the site and for your own network. My "why" statement is:
The final part of your bio is your "what" statement. This statement establishes what experiences and expertise you can offer your fellow community members. Using my bio as an example once again, you can see my "what" statement is essentially a giant generalization of my resume:
If you put the Who, the Why, and the What together, you will have a strong and compelling bio on community. Ready to update your Community bio? Go here to edit/update your profile.
I enjoy using the community to trouble shoot issues with using the "on" products. I am a problem solver by nature, so helping others solve tech problems or sharing "best practices" is one way I can contribute to the community.