Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 122

Are You Content Creation Impaired? Here’s Some Tips and Resources


Source: Copyblogger

Compelling content (and a good measurement process) is the heart and soul of a successful integrated strategy.     But, for many nonprofits, creating a consistent stream of high quality content isn’t easy.       This excellent infographic, “22 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You Don’t Have A Clue” and accompanying post is a lifesaver for people like me who are “content creation impaired.”       Occasionally, like today, I find myself stuck or lack inspiration for what to blog about or there is a hole in my editorial calendar.      … Read More

Reporting Social To Stakeholders

Guest Post

Flickr Photo by ESML


Note from Beth: This past year has been a deep exploration into how nonprofits can use measurement and reflection to improve their practices as a networked nonprofit and using social media.    As part of my work at the Packard Foundation,  I designed and facilitated several peer learning groups and exchanges.  

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How To Use Facebook Metrics To Give Your Audience the Content They Want Most

Content, Engagement, Measurement

Links to original infographic

This post covers some simple techniques to give your fans the content they want most and inspire more engagement.     Many times we’re on the hunt for the tips of what to do and when we find them, we just implement them.  … Read More

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

Online Community

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

Social Media Measurement and Learning Analytics: How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count the Ways

Measurement, Training Design

Yesterday, I had the honor of kicking off Compasspoint’s Webinar Week, with a webinar on social media measurement 101 as part of my work as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.    … Read More