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The Ladder of Love: Growing Facebook Fans

I was lucky enough to spend my last afternoon in Alaska  driving to Talkeetna with Aliza Sherman who lives in Alaska who I’ve known since 1995 and with Cassandra Stalzer my host!    I love the framework she created for identifying and cultivating Super Fans on Facebook.  … Read More

Social Media: Who Will Do The Work?

No matter where I’m speaking or teaching workshops, the same questions come up …

How much time does it take to do social media effectively?
Who in our organization is going to do the work?
How are ever going to find the time to do social media?

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How KaBOOM! Is Using a Networked Approach To Scale Social Change

Note from Beth: Please join me on June 21st from 1-2 PM PST for the virtual launch of The Networked Nonprofit.  One of the key messages in the book is that nonprofits need to work less as isolated institutions and more as networks. 

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How Many Free Agents Does It Take To Change A Nonprofit Fortress?

 

 

Allison Fine and I are honored to be delivering a conversational keynote at the Personal Democracy Forum today in New York City.   Our session is part of a series brief talks that look at the future in a networked age.  … Read More

Minnesota Open Idea: Crowdsourcing Contest For Social Change Done Right

The Minnesota Open Idea is an example of an online social good contest that works.  It combines expert judging with popular vote, online strategy with good old fashion off line organizing, links objectives to a theory of change, and incorporates a fun and engaging way for people to learn about and take action on a timely community problem.  … Read More