I have been active on LinkedIn for a number of years now and many of my connections are Chris21 users. With this large community of Chris21 users I thought it would be a good idea to create a group on LinkedIn specifically for the benefit of these users. As a result, the Chris21 Support Network Group is now up and running. If you are not yet a part of my LinkedIn network I would like to invite you to connect: Join my network on LinkedIn.
The idea behind starting the Chris21 Support Network Group is to engage the Chris21 community on LinkedIn to openly communicate with each other. The group is a place for users to ask questions or provide help and advice. As the group grows it will be a place where users will find a rich source of information about Chris21.
I started the Chris21 Blog back in 2012 in an effort to bring more Chris21 information online and help Chris21 users who are searching for answers. The blog continues to grow, with approximately 400 subscribers at the time of writing this post. The success of the Blog has given me encouragement that the notion of an online Chris21 user community is a worthwhile one and that people are gaining a real benefit from it.
This leads me to the main focus of this blog post, LinkedIn Groups. Because so many people are now members of LinkedIn it makes sense to me that it is a further avenue for building the Chris21 user community. The Chris21 Support Network group takes advantage of LinkedIn’s Groups feature to provide even more online help for users.
This post is a call out to all of my Chris21 Blog subscribers who use LinkedIn. If you have not yet connected with me on LinkedIn you can do so here. And if you haven’t joined the Chris21 Support Network please consider joining now. Click here to go the the group homepage and request to join. Your input could greatly help one of your fellow Chris21 users or you could find the information you are looking for. If you are having trouble finding the group let me know and I will send you an invitation to join.
Join the Chris21 Support Network group now. I strongly believe that the bigger the community the more beneficial it will be for all involved.