If a fantastic community story falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?

Forced metaphor aside, your community is full of stories, and it is these stories that bind your community together. But how can you make sure your community's stories are being shared?

Join us on Tuesday, April 23, at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time for a special Digital Storytelling Challenge edition of the weekly CommBuild discussion on Twitter.

Michael Hoffman, CEO of See3 Communications and Melissa Roberts, engagement strategy director at Free Range Studios, will be on hand to answer questions and share tips on sharing your story online.

How to Participate

  • Join us directly on TweetChat.com to follow along with the conversation
  • Participate in the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #commbuild

Have questions about sharing community stories online you'd like to make sure we cover during the discussion on Twitter? Tweet them to @TechSoup before April 23 using the hashtag #commbuild.

Never participated in a tweet chat before? Check out this how-to in TechSoup's Nonprofit Social Media 101 Wiki and watch the video below.

Michael Hoffman, CEO of See3About Michael Hoffman

Michael Hoffman is the CEO of See3 Communications and is a leading authority in online video for nonprofits and a long-time consultant to nonprofit leaders on online fundraising and outreach strategies.

Melissa Roberts of Free Range Studios

About Melissa Roberts

In her role as engagement strategy director at Free Range Studios, Melissa Roberts seeks out and collaborates with a variety of changemaking groups, helping to lay the roadmap for each project from kickoff to post-launch celebration.

About CommBuild

The CommBuild Community of Practice focuses on issues and topics relevant to those working in social sector community building or community management roles.

Anyone interested in community building, whether you are formally in a community management job or not, is welcome to join the group and participate in the weekly chats.

Michael DeLong | Online Community Manager