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Boost Your Voice with LightBox Collaborative’s 2012 Editorial Calendar

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Note from Beth: Back in 2009, the first week I started as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, I had the pleasure of meeting Holly Minch, Founder of LightBox Collaborative, who is an expert at helping nonprofits and philanthropies unlock the potential of strategic communications for social change.    

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How To Recognize Great Content Curation: Curating Curators

(Thanks to Giuseppe Mauriello for finding this deck)

Dilbert characters are talking about content curation..    Scoop.It one of the premiere content creation tools is now out beta.   In my own curation of content, I’m discovering many more content curators out there.  … Read More

Grazing on Curated Lists Is Like Sipping A Fine Wine

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Earlier this week, I wrote a post called “Content Curation Is Listening and Engaging” about the art and science of curating information.   It is process o f organizing, filtering and “making sense of” information on the web and sharing the very best pieces of content that you’ve cherry picked with your network.     … Read More

Can You Experiment Your Way Out of the Filter Bubble?

The Filter Bubble by Eli Pariser

One of the books in my summer reading pile is Eli Pariser’s  The Filter Bubble:  What the Internet is Hiding From You.      Last week, my Networked Nonprofit co-author Alison Fine recently interviewed the author on her monthly  Chroncile of Philanthropy podcast.  … Read More

Book: A Great How-To On Creating Social Content

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I picked up a copy of  Content Rules by Ann Handley and CC Chapman and could not put it down.    The books shares the secrets to creating good content on social channels that engages your audiences.   They offer principles, how-to steps and tips, and case studies.… Read More