The Meetup Organizer Step-by-Step Success Guide will demystify
and simplify the process of starting your very own Meetup group.
This book is the go-to guide for anyone who enjoys connecting with
like-mind individuals who share their interest and passion. Learn
all about Meetup.com, the benefits of membership, and how to become
a Meetup Organizer and community leader.
This comprehensive guide is your road map to Meetup success.
Build confidence as a leader, knowing you have a personal Meetup
mentor and coach. The guidance doesn't end with this book after
you're done reading the book. The author, Stephanie, is readily
available to provide additional help and guidance at no charge. Her
goal is to help others become successful Meetup organizers, achieve
their leadership goals, and have fun int he process.
Hear from other successful Meetup Organizers across the country,
who share their stories, tips, and best practices. Chris Taylor
from San Jose, California, Rich Siok in Chicago, Bobbi Miller from
New Hampshire, Bruce Zalkin in Florida, Robbin Levin in New
England, Danni Ackerman in Las Vegas, Nevada, and last but
certainly not least, Michelle Rice-Gauvreau from Connecticut.
Too busy? No time to read? No problem Use the convenient, 4-Week
Quick Start Guide, a handy-dandy, foolproof checklist that guides
you through every step, four weeks prior, three weeks prior, two
weeks prior and finally the week of your very first Meetup
The book is easy-to-read, well-organized, easy to navigate,
written to help the complete novice. Includes many cool, fun,
useful freebies and techie tips to benefit the most seasoned Meetup
Choose the perfect name for your new Meetup Group to gain
momentum in the search engines and make it easy for new members to
find you and join. Make your Meetup site really stand out using
built-in features provided by Meetup.com. Create attention-grabbing
banners for your Meetup page that really pop.
Where should you meet? Discover proven tips to finding the
perfect venue. Need help? Create a leadership team by enlisted the
help of others.
Promote your Meetup Group and events using social media and
invite new members. To charge membership dues, or not? Should you
try and find sponsors for your group? All these questions are
answered in great detail.
The resource section is invaluable to Meetup organizers at every
skill level. Most of the resources provided are free and include:
photo editing programs, HTML tutorials, tips and tricks, ice
breaker activities, social media marketing tools, letter writing
templates, where to find content, sharing files/cloud computing,
free graphics/images, keyword tools, and much more.
The topics are endless when it comes to Meetup Groups and so are
the benefits. The primary reasons that people join a Meetup group
are networking, education, and fun.
The decision to become a Meetup group leader can set you apart
from the competition, open up new doors to opportunity, and
connection with like-minded individuals who share your passion.
From the Meetup.com About page: Meetup is the world's largest
network of local groups. Meetup makes it easy for anyone to
organize a local group or find one of the thousands already meeting
up face-to-face. More than 9,000 groups get together in local
communities each day, each one with the goal of improving
themselves or their communities. Meetup is a website for organizers
and leaders of local groups. Now, there are tens of thousands of
Meetup groups throughout the world, covering a wide range of
Discover cool, exciting, interesting Meetup groups in your area.
If the search doesn't produce desired results, find out how simple
it is to create your own group.
With the purchase of this book, you're also getting your own
personal Meetup coach and mentor. A huge bonus, so what are you