Measurement | Beth's Blog - Part 22

Archive for the ‘Measurement’ Category

The Knowledge is in the Room: How To Let It Out

Last week, I facilitated an interactive keynote in Seattle at 2011 Tech for Good Leadership Summit sponsored by Microsoft Community Affairs, in partnership with NPower Seattle.    By all accounts, the event held the space for peer learning.

It was great to see long-time colleague from NPower Seattle Peg Giffels who I met ten years ago when she first joined the staff.  … Read More

Crowdsourcing: Measuring the Impact of the Crowd in Funding and Doing

Over the past two years, as part of my work as Visiting Scholar for nonprofits and social media at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, I have had the opportunity to participate in The Network of Network Funders (NNF) ,  a community of practice for funders who are intentionally investing in and working through networks.  … Read More

Feeding America’s Social Media Measurement Strategy

Social Media Measurement is this month’s theme on my blog Facebook page.   Last week, Dan Michel offered an intriguing answer to this question: “What form of social media measurement does your organization engage in; Community participation, advocacy (earned mentions, discussions), or donations ($ or time)?… Read More

Social Media Measurement for Nonprofits

Note from Beth: One thing I am trying to do with my Facebook Page is to  model abundant behavior.  My goal is to make it an online space for peer knowledge sharing, but what I hope will distinguish it from spaces is the synthesis, sense-making, and sharing of the abundance of stories, knowledge, tips, resources.  

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How Networked Nonprofits Use Facebook

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Introduction

One of the very first bloggers I started reading and having conversations with about social media was Alan Levine (aka CogDog Blog).     Over the years, we have supported each other’s professional work and personal fundraisers before ever meeting in person.  … Read More