Social media has chipped away at the foundation of traditional donor-engagement models. A new study highlights the realities of donor behavior and how organizations can redesign their outreach strategies to be more effective. Fantastic article. Nonprofits and those involved with fundraising, please take the time to read and reflect on how you can reshape strategies… Continue reading The Permanent Disruption of Social Media
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Be careful what you tweet; you might actually get fired.
General news article with related legal memos. Is venting online similar to venting around a water cooler, or much more? My view: own whatever you say regardless of where you say it. And, note that sarcasm and tone are not always apparent; plan on someone ‘not getting it’.Be careful what you tweet; you might actually… Continue reading Be careful what you tweet; you might actually get fired.
The Currency of the New Economy is Trust
Good TED talk highlighting how thoughtful connection with follow-through contributes to your reputation and ability to be trusted as is perceived by others. Definitely one of the arguments I make in my How to Be a Connector class for why being a Connector is a good thing.The Currency of the New Economy is Trust
We’re working with Social Media leaders from all walks of the federal government to identify and solve our toughest challenges, and unmistakably improve the services and cost savings all our agencies critically need. Justin Herman, the General Service Administration’s (GSA) social media manager Glad to see this sort of thinking and creativity in government. It… Continue reading
Dating + Social Media… it’s a good thing (with rules).
Yes.Dating + Social Media... it's a good thing (with rules).
Social Media Posting Guide for Nonprofits. Pretty solid.
Via USA.gov: How and Why You Should Write a Social Media Will
Social media is a part of daily life, but what happens to the online content that you created once you die? If you have social media profiles set up online, you should create a statement of how you would like your online identity to be handled. Just like a traditional will helps your survivors handle… Continue reading Via USA.gov: How and Why You Should Write a Social Media Will
Sherry Turkle: Connected, but alone? A TED talk well worth watching. Please do share your thoughts in comments if you watch; I’m very curious to hear them as I haven’t fully formed my own. We all need to focus on the many many ways that technology can lead us back to our real lives,… Continue reading
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A great rant about LinkedIn useage
Simple etiquette for networking using LinkedIn. Why should I be in your network if I don’t know you AND you have nothing personal to say to me? (Thanks for sharing, like-minded friend!)A great rant about LinkedIn useage
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