Gina Bianchini is the Founder and CEO of Mighty Networks, the highly buzzed-about platform that has many online entrepreneurs switching (or seriously considering the switch!) from other ubiquitous platforms like Facebook. Prior to Mighty Networks, Gina co-founded the social platform Ning in 2004 with Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen.

  

  

A Stanford MBA, who understood how important it was for businesses to nurture the relationships they established with their customers, Gina launched Mighty Networks in 2011 to help businesses build communities around their brands. 

  

  

Today, the company is an online platform that enhances the user experience by conveniently combining community, online learning and social engagement. Gina wants entrepreneurs to see that building a community for their brands isn’t difficult when the right strategy is implemented. 

  

  

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Gina Bianchini shares how building brand awareness while creating a sense of community is a win-win for businesses and customers!

  

  

What you’ll learn:

  • How to build a community-powered business
  • Why every business is community-powered
  • Why people pay for results and transformation through community; not perfection
  • How to stay mission-driven
  • The limitations of having your community on Facebook; and the benefits of having a Mighty Network

  

  

LEARN MORE ABOUT MIGHTY NETWORKS AT https://www.mightynetworks.com.

  

  

FOLLOW MIGHTY NETWORKS:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/MightyNetworks

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mightynetworks/

  

  

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Run Slow AF Runners Club by Martinus Evans

Danielle Leslie’s Course From Scratch

Gina Bianchini’s Community Design Masterclass

  

  

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[Music:  “Stomp and Clap” by Scott Holmes from Free Music Archive]