Measurement | Beth's Blog - Part 21

Archive for the ‘Measurement’ Category

Is Measuring Your Facebook Edgerank Useful?

Over on my Facebook Page and during recent Leveraging Social Media Peer Group discussions, there have been questions about Edgerank and colleague Devon Smith has been experimenting.   What is it and what it means to use it as a measurement for improving Facebook engagement on your Facebook Page?    … Read More

Want Social Media Results? Learn How To Use Data for Decisions

I’m really curious about how networked nonprofits can use measurement and make decisions using data to get more impact from networked approaches.   I want to hear about your successes and challenges in making your networked nonprofit more effective using measurement and data to make decisions about effective use of emerging media.   … Read More

Benchmarking: Networked Nonprofits Measure Their Social Media Results In A Context

I’m leading a  social media peer learning project called “Leveraging Social Media: Becoming A Networked Nonprofit.”    Devon Smith, who writes the 24 Usable Hours blog, and a self-described “data nerd” did a benchmarking analysis for participants.… Read More

Show Me Your Nonprofit Dashboard!

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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Social Media and Grantmaking Session at Council on Foundation’s Conference

Council on Foundations ROI Panel
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I participated on a panel called Face, Tweet, Link – Socia Media, Grantmaking & A True Social ROI.   Laura Elfurd, Vice President and Chief Community Investment Officer at ZeroDivide moderated a panel that included Stephen Downs, Assistant VP, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Alexandra Mitchell and Jeff Pryor from Pathfinder Solutions, and Kathy Reich, Program Officer, Organizational Effectiveness & Philanthropy, The David & Lucile Packard Foundation.… Read More