Students Who Use the Community Pass More Exams – and Pay More Tuition

While at online education company Penn Foster, Daniel Marotta was able to prove that not only did students who participated in their online community take more exams and pass more exams, but they also paid more tuition and defaulted less on their tuition.

Now at the largest provider of employer-sponsored child care, Daniel just launched a brand new community, and it’s always fun to talk to someone in the middle of a launch. Plus:

  • Using community as a value-add to employer-provided benefits
  • Jive Software’s decision to sell their external community business to Lithium
  • Making gamification meaningful

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About Daniel Marotta

Daniel Marotta has been a community professional for over 10 years. He’s implemented community strategies that span financial services, high tech, manufacturing and education industries. Daniel lives for customer advocacy and has been the voice of the customer for some of Fortune 500’s most prominent companies. He currently resides in Boston, MA and works for the industry leader in child care.

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