Learn how to reactivate Discord community with these proven strategies & tools including segmentation, messaging & analyzing results.
Moderators spend a lot of time making manual updates on the server. That's when the focus is on inactive members in the server often gets lost. Fortunately, with the right tools for automation and strategy, some of these lost members can again reap the benefits of greater engagement, brand awareness and sales opportunities.
Here are some ways to reactivate a community and get all members to participate.
Moderators of servers with over 500 members can use the Server Insights feature of Discord to track key metrics such as:
Bots such as StatBot provide useful features such as:
It helps to understand why members become inactive in the first place. Some common reasons are:
One helpful tip to avoid inactivity in the first place is to provide detailed FAQS and a proper onboarding process.
Discord's Server Insights and Statbot can provide useful insights, but they are just a starting point. It can be time-consuming for moderators to track every metric.
For more advanced and automated metrics, moderators need to explore further. Creating user segments is the first step in this process.
With community CRM and analytics tools from Blaze, moderators can create such segments. They can then develop effective strategies for different segments – power users, new inactive users, and high-value users.
These are the broad areas that Blaze can help with.
Moderators can check the effectiveness of reactivation campaigns with tools for segmented analysis from Blaze. These tools can:
This way, moderators can check which campaigns are working and which ones should be fine-tuned for better results.
With Blaze, community management for reactivation becomes more powerful and effective. Moderators can:
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