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Context Is Everything: Online Communities

Flickr Photo BirkgetKing Original Source: http://xkcd.com/802/

 

Note from Beth: Mitch Arnowitz and I recently participated in an online discussion atVenture Philanthropy Partners/Leap of Reason about creating a community of practice for continuous improvement and high performance in the nonprofit sector.  

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How To Get Started Thinking About Online Peer Learning Communities for Nonprofit Professionals

Note from Beth: This one of my favorite photos of a workshop I designed and facilitated at SXSW called “Peer Learning Session for Nonprofit Social Media Managers.”    The idea was to get folks who do social media for nonprofits sharing best practices about social media adoption and culture change by balancing brief content delivery with lots of interaction.  

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How Do You Celebrate Reaching 10,000 Fans on Facebook?

This week my brand page on Facebook, Beth’s Blog Facebook Page, reached 10,000 fans when Kim Murray clicked the “like” button.      Inspired by the Humane Society celebration of reaching one million fans,  I couldn’t let benchmark go by without some commentary.    … Read More

Making Facebook Groups Rock for Nonprofits – Guest Post by Miriam Brosseau

Photo by Laughing Squid

Note from Beth: While many of us focus our attention on FB pages, Facebook groups can be a good platform for nonprofits to use for informal peer learning groups,  getting feedback from your post passionate fans, or to cultivate and support a brand ambassadors group.  

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Celebrating 25 Years Today: Some Thoughts About Relationships and Networks

September 14, 1986

Twenty five years ago on this date (September 14th),  my husband and I got married!   We’ve been together for 32 years!   I marked my 20th anniversary in Flickr and on YouTube with this video (darn the gown doesn’t fit!)

I checked out Rob Cottingham and Alex Samuels  geek anniversary gift list and it looks like photography equipment is how you’re supposed to mark a quarter century of marriage – probably in focal lengths of 25 mm?    … Read More