February 27, 2023

5 Best Online Community Platforms for 2023 

An overview on 5 Best online community platforms for 2023

Rishika Shidling

5 Best Online Community Platforms for 2023 

1. UUKI 

UUKI is a one-stop online community platform for brands, creators, and products. On UUKI build the best online community platform that your brand needs and form real-time connections with your customers and consumers. Give your community members a safe space to express and engage with each other. Top creators and brands can monetize premium content with one-time payments or subscriptions with UUKI. 

It is built around a single notion “To help you manage and grow your community directly on your website”. Whether it's through in-person events or online forums, communities are key to brand loyalty, awareness, and overall success. A strong and engaged community will lead to improved products, learning, and innovation, as well as company growth.

2. Discord 


Discord is an instant messaging and digital platform. Discord enables you to create multiple groups within your community server. You can easily create or join your instance of Discord, or a "server," which is a group of chats in which you can invite users to join. 

What’s most important about growing your Discord community is the value you bring to each member there. If you give them great value in the form of exclusive offers, insider information, giveaways, etc., your community will grow healthily and stay engaged. The more value you give, the more your community will give back.
Discord is one of the best places that let you make a home with your family and friends. Users communicate with voice calls, video calls, text messaging, media, files, and a lot more. Discord is one of the most popular socializing apps and is free to use.

3. Slack


Slack is a messaging app for businesses that connects employees to the information they require to work on certain tasks. By bringing people together to work as one unified team, Slack transforms the way organizations communicate and collaborate. 

You can build communities on slack and help your team or customers better understand your products and business. Slack communities help you gather information and solve problems together. 

With Slack, you cut out most of the spam and replace it with a good old conversation, which is much more valuable than building communities elsewhere.

Slack communities are digital congregations that are very similar to Facebook groups. 

4. Circle


Circle is an all-in-one community platform for creators and brands. It is a community platform designed for creators who want to gather their community members around their content, engage them in discussions and turn them into paying members. Members of a community can also connect via Direct Messaging too.  

Circle provides you with the building blocks to bring your vision to life. Using circle creators can create private & secret spaces for groups. Posts come alive on Circle. It is easily customizable and flexible.

Besides integration with web pages and different community platforms, Circle allows you to integrate multiple handy tools with your community through a Single Sign-on and track important analytics, such as the most active members, the number of new members, trends, and many more.

5. Podia 


Podia is your all-in-one platform for your community, courses, digital products, payment processing, email marketing, and much, much more. With Podia Community, your customers can use one login to access both your content and your community in the same place.

Unlike other community platforms, Podia Community gives you full access to your customer’s information, including their names, emails, and products.

Podia gives you the flexibility to make paid communities, free communities, and memberships on a platform you own. It also helps you bundle your products together with community plans, so that you can build your community around your work as a creator.


Communities can both humanize a brand and make customers feel valued through experiences or direct communication. They help you interact with each other interested in a particular product of a brand and share their personal experiences with the products.

Communities have become a premier spot for starting those conversations and driving valuable interactions with like-minded people in your community or industry. 

Create the best online community for your brand! 😊

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