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My TedXBerkeley Talk on Individual Social Responsibility

Earlier this month, I crossed an item off my bucket list when I gave a talk at TedXBerkeley.     I spoke on the topic of  ”ISR” or what I call “Individual Social Responsibility. ”  The idea is that when you give in small amounts – anything – your time, money, or skills and encourage your network online to amplify it, you can have a great impact as an individual.    … Read More

How the Head of UNDP Uses Twitter To Engage Around Development Policy Goals

As global attention turns to the World Economic Forum in Davos later this January, the +SocialGood community invited experts, leaders, innovators, UN and government representatives, and civil society and people like me– to participate in a one-day global conversation on social media channels yesterday,  January 14, 2014.    … Read More

Share Your Posts on Measurement and Learning from Your Data: January Blog Carnival

As KD Paine and I wrote in “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” measuring your social media channels, overall communications or marketing strategy is not a form of voodoo black magic; it is an art and a science.

The art part is how you articulate your organization’s measure of success and formulate strategies to realize that success.    … Read More

Nine Digital Marketing Lessons Nonprofits Can Learn from charity: water

 

Note From Beth: The power of observation is key to learning and perfecting any practice or skill.    Observation is not just scanning or browsing, but looking at another organization’s practice with a critical thinking lens and gaining insights.    Along with benchmarking – that is comparing your organization’s numbers with an industry average or simply another similar organization or two is great.  

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Advancing Social Media Measurement for Philanthropic Outcomes #sm_re

How do you measure your network to learn how to improve outcomes?   That was one of many questions raised at during a Twitter Chat last week around the #sm_re hashtag.     The chat was a prelude to a convening on April 25th at the Robert Wood Johnston Foundation of  40 thinkers and practitioners, bringing diverse perspectives and expertise into discussions to develop measures for evaluating the impact of social media on philanthropic outcomes.  … Read More