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I am an accomplished individual in Community Management, Social Media, Web Development, Blogging, and Writing.  I am also experienced working in the Gaming Industry, E-Sports Gaming, Clan  Gaming.   I am always looking for opportunities if you are interested please contact me.


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By mhahnsuper Account on 11/4/2013 12:52 PM
Last week, I had the pleasure to attend #CMRecharge in Philadelphia at World Cafe Live. The event was filled with many stories, testimonials, best practices and more for community managers in social media space.. 
By mhahnsuper Account on 4/1/2013 10:15 AM
themycommunitymanagerWe are proud to announce the partnership of MyCMGR and TheCommunityManager. We decided to pull our resources together and do what we do best to serve our community manager community.
By mhahnsuper Account on 8/1/2012 11:40 AM
Creating online communities can be your biggest source of driving awareness to your product and service(s). Many people/businesses do not understand how to create a community, the work involved and the detail that goes in to setting the foundation. I am going to give you an overview of creating a community by comparing it to the beach.
By mhahnsuper Account on 6/21/2012 10:25 AM
Community Management LinksI took the liberty of compiling a list of resources and links for community managers. I was looking for the niche sites and people who supported the community. I am not looking for the commercial big sites. While social media sites are relevant to the community management field, I wanted to stick to more community oriented sites.
By mhahnsuper Account on 6/19/2012 10:28 AM
Yesterday, I posted a question on Twitter which I called the “Community Manager Question of the Day”where I asked “Does the age of your volunteers matter when your recruiting volunteers?” I know it is a loaded question because the ultimate answer is varied by a number of factors. Lets discuss the factors why I used age as a requirement and how I learned to change my ways.
By mhahnsuper Account on 6/12/2012 9:35 AM
Large herd of CattleToo many times and too often members of a community are often forgotten for the who and the what they are. The members of your community are your customers. These members are often directed where to go repeatedly. Your customers are your stake holders who have invested time, money in to your product, and service because they believe in it.
By mhahnsuper Account on 4/17/2012 11:52 AM
Every community manager wants their community to be big and popular. When the community becomes popular, the community has to live up to the current standards that made them successful. Success often brings more people using your product and services. In turn, you will need to provide more support and customer service.
By mhahnsuper Account on 4/10/2012 8:06 AM
The Spring season is upon us. This is the time of the year to when people start cleaning out houses, cars, trailers, or places that piled up with things over the winter months. Spring is a good time to clean up you website, blog, and community online.
By mhahnsuper Account on 3/21/2012 12:38 PM
If you know me, you know that I have been looking for work in the community management field for quite some time. I have been getting interviews here and there. Nothing seems to stick despite my strong knowledge, expertise, and track recor
By mhahnsuper Account on 2/24/2012 9:43 AM
This is the weekend when the Oscars will be live on television. The Oscars are the most prestigious awards given for the movie industry. The endless amount of news on the social media sites covering this event will be insane. Community managers deserve high honors like an Academy Award because the BEST Community Manager C.A.R.E.S.
By mhahnsuper Account on 2/16/2012 9:28 AM
Far too often I see jobs posted for the Community Managers use a copied ads from other businesses. Companies who need a “Community Manager” should identify what type of community manager need they need to fill and post the position. The job will list a super long laundry list of goals and expectations and at end of the job advertisement, ”We require a BS in Marketing or similar field”.
By mhahnsuper Account on 2/14/2012 8:04 AM
The position of “Online Community Manager” isn’t an new position for most companies already with established brands on the Internet. However, it is a “new” position often overlooked from the businesses looking to develop a market and a base for the people to interact with its brand.
By mhahnsuper Account on 2/7/2012 12:40 PM
In this article, I am going to discuss how to implement a Haiku contest for your community. A true Japanese Haiku focuses on nature. So If your a purist of the art of the Japanese Haiku, I apologize. We will be using the English Haiku style for this article in order to focus on creativity and engagement with your community. Enjoy!
By mhahnsuper Account on 1/5/2012 12:31 PM
The new year is a time of reflection and change for many community managers, its time to revisit your successes of the previous year. It is also a great time to the things that went wrong and improve upon them for the sake of growth of ones self and the community. This article is going to revisit the hunger and passion of a community manager to reinvigorate one's self with the passion
By mhahnsuper Account on 1/3/2012 11:03 AM
We are bombarded by an infinite amount of diet and exercise commercials in the media to get yourself in shape every year around this time. While that may be the number 1 New Year's Resolution among people, it could be beneficial to look at your own website and community too. This article offers some idea's to trim down and strengthen your online community.
By mhahnsuper Account on 12/22/2011 8:31 AM
Not many sites put in the time to put together a Mad Lib contest for their own community. Sometimes this contest can be seem to be more difficult then it really is. But in reality this contest is simple to implement for your community. Mad Lib contests allow your audience to fill in their own words to a preset paragraph with missing word objects.
By mhahnsuper Account on 12/14/2011 11:01 AM
I don’t know about you, but I enjoy hosting community caption contests. They allow people with in your community to provide creative answers to scenes, custom screen-shots or modified pictures. As a former community owner of a large community, handling the submission process has not been any easier to manage online then it is now
By mhahnsuper Account on 11/16/2011 3:35 PM
Are you constantly checking into sites like Foursquare or Get Glue? Are you trying to keep up with your friends and checking in with them whether your going shopping or viewing the same TV show? Do you like to to be watched and followed online?
By mhahnsuper Account on 11/8/2011 8:31 AM
Over the last twelves years, I have seen many cases of volunteer abuse. The site owners/companies are stuck working overtime trying to undo the damage caused by these evil volunteers. I am going to discuss how to limit the damage volunteers can do to a community in this article.
By mhahnsuper Account on 11/2/2011 8:23 AM
New CokeEvery community manager dreams that their community will be all sunshine and roses. However, that is rarely the case. Every player always has an opinion. When the community manager shares information, no one person consistently shares the same opinion on the topics. Everyone enjoys their game or community with various degrees of passion. Creating change can cause positive or negative feedback response. The result can cause a feeding frenzy for firestorm that can unleash hell on the community. Everyone wants their opinion to matter and to be heard. Its up to the community manager to convey the information in the most positive way.
By mhahnsuper Account on 10/27/2011 6:47 AM
In this article, I am going to compare community managers to bacon. I am going to explain the similarities in characteristics between them. Before we begin. Lets identify what bacon and a community manager is in definition.
By mhahnsuper Account on 10/11/2011 7:23 AM

I recently saw a tournament online where the entire match consisted of the best of two out of three on using three different maps played just once. The time per map was 10 minutes. That means if there was no problems with the launching of games that the entire match length could last approximately 30 minutes plus loading times. That is not a very spectacular or compelling match if you ask me. Tournament matches should have a format where the matches feel like the players or teams are getting a real chance to win their match. Matches with a short hook is either inexperienced and/or they want the tournament over super fast. They just want to take the sponsorship money and run. Maybe they want quantity of entrants and not quality of an amazing tournament.

When I hosted tournaments online, I made sure that the matches gave teams and players a fair opportunity to have a chance of a comeback if they made a mistake in the tournament match. Quick hook or super short tournament match play penalizes players...

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