What does it take to build a great community? Let’s learn from the best leaders. Today our special guest is David Sherry, the founder of Death to the Stock Photo. You’ll learn the story of their project, what the difference is between a community and an audience, why you need to get personal with your members, and why technical details don’t matter.
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