Getting Started with Communities on Mightybell

Nicholas Ivanecky, Teaching Techustler Courses

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11 Videos (22m)
    • Welcome

    • Why use Mightybell

    • Community Planning Guide

    • Create a Mightybell Account

    • Mightybell Search

    • Mightybell Topics

    • Mightybell Polls

    • Mightybell Private Messaging

    • How the Ambassador Program Works

    • Mightybell Analytics

    • Final Project


About This Class


Creating an online identity network is not as hard as you might think. 

If you have ever used MightyBell, then you may know just how easy it is to create a community from scratch with this tool. MightyBell is a great way to build a community for your website, company, school, product, project, or any niche community. 

In this course you will learn how to to setup your MightyBell account and learn how to market your group based on your product, customer service, or business.

Who is this course for?

I designed this course for marketers and startups who struggle to find new channels to promote their product. This is also for non-technical people who want to learn the ropes in building a viable community. 

Next Steps

Now it's time to join me in registering for the course. I can’t wait to have you on board.  






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Nicholas Ivanecky

Teaching Techustler Courses

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I’m a product manager with 3 years of experience in both web and mobile products. I have worked on professional assistant mobile applications to local business advertising solutions on the web. Until recently, I led the product team for WeBeam, a professional networking tool focused on enhancing attendees’s experiences at events. In this role, I managed the development of WeBeam from idea to live product. I created user flow diagrams and PRDs, collaborated with marketing to develop the user-interface and worked alongside engineers during development, QA, and user testing. Successes included growing pre-launch signups 5% WoW, getting featured in 13 press articles like Product Hunt and LinkedIn Pulse, and driving traffic through AEO, Twitter Scripts, and Email Lists. Previous experience includes being a marketing associate at Digablue where I researched market needs, created messaging for the company’s website, and developed HTML email campaigns.

Outside of work, I enjoy developing iOS mobile applications with 4 currently in the App Store. I help my fellow product managers through my open source Open Product Management Repo that helps technical people learn the skills to become better PMs. More recently, I starting teaching frameworks to over 1.5K students through the Techustler Brand on Udemy. Topics include growth hacking, building bots, creating communities, and marketing on Twitter and Instagram.