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Why Conversion Is A Better Objective Than Traffic Referral

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Note from Beth: I’m working on the sequel to the Networked Nonprofit – it is a book about using measurement to prove and improve results with the Measurement Goddess KD Paine.    (Her  recent book, Measuring What Matters, is a must read.)

So, lately, I’ve been on the hunt for good nonprofit measurement stories.  

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Cancer Council SA Ambassador Project

Wading into the social media pond … one step at a time guest post by Matt Sarre

When Cancer Council SA (that’s South Australia, not South Africa) started the Ambassador Project as an experiment in revitalizing volunteerism and community fundraising , jumping in to the social media  pond was not even on the agenda.… Read More

Show Me Your Nonprofit Dashboard!

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Note from Beth: Show Me Your Dashboard!  Imagine that I’m dancing around singing that phrase.    I’m looking for good examples (and stories) about nonprofit dashboards, especially ones that support social media decision-making.   Tell me about your dashboard in the comments – and if you’re willing to take a screen capture or two, your organization’s dashboard could be featured on this blog!

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How Social CRM “Friend Discovery” will Revolutionize the Way Organizations Collaborate

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Guest Post by Gideon Rosenblatt

Every once in a while, technology comes along that helps us re-imagine the way organizations work. In this post, you’ll learn about a new branch of “Social CRM” called ”Friend Discovery” that will make it radically easier to find your friends inside the organizations you care about.… Read More

Twitter Community Organizing Rules for Non Profits

Note from Beth: I love when I discovered folks who are community organizers and successfully transfer what they know about community organizing offline to the online world.   Robin shared some of her thoughts in the comments of a recent blog post, and I invited to share her community organizing rules for Twitter. 

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