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Communicator Academy: How to Create a Challenge for Your Followers

Recently, I was invited to the Communicator Academy podcast to discuss how to create a challenge for your followers.

Specifically, podcast host Kathi Lipp and I talked about how challenges serve as effective tactics for writers and speakers who want to grow their social media following or increase their online engagement.

If you want to grow your audience, create community, and create a place where you can challenge people who follow you to grow and change, then you need this episode.Tonya Kubo is the Energizer Bunny of Christian Communication

Challenges are a great way to develop your online community, but even at the most basic level, there is an art to doing them well.

In this 19-minute episode, I share:

  • What challenges are
  • How to naturally grow your group using a challenge
  • The benefits challenges offer to you and to your followers

But most importantly, I encourage you to use challenges to fulfill your promise to your online community. This is an honor and obligation not to be taken lightly.

If you listen in, I’d love to hear what you think!


Tonya Kubo believes in people over process and uses a personalized approach to help writers leverage the power of social media to launch books, online communities, membership programs and brands. She is the founder of the Clutter Free Academy Facebook groupSecret to Thriving Online Communities Facebook group and Clutter Free for Life membership program. She is a frequent guest on the Clutter Free Academy and Communicator Academy podcasts, has been featured on the Biz Mavens podcast, and has taught at Leverage: The Speaker Conference.
Tonya Kubo

Tonya Kubo

Social Media Consultant

Tonya Kubo is founder of Team Kubo Community Management. She supports experts, entrepreneurs, and enterprises in developing highly engaged online communities so they can grow their groups and get results without feeling frazzled. See the team in action at

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