Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 89

Does Your Nonprofit Have A Social Media Work Flow?

Organizational Culture

Image from Steve Heye

Jeremiah Owyang’s post,  “Social Media Work Flow,” offers a good taxonomy for a social media work flow, triage, or process.     He defines this as “a sequence of connected steps that enables the entire organization to act efficiently with minimal overlapping tasks and resources in order to serve the market in social channels and beyond.”    It is the work flow documented and visualized that answers the question, “What if we get a negative comment?… Read More

How @GoodwillIntl is Celebrating Labor Day with Twitter Campaign #150jobs AND Measures Success

Measurement, Strategy, Tips

KD Paine and I had the pleasure of interviewing the Arlene McCrehan social media team at Goodwill for our soon to be launched book,  Measuring the Networked Nonprofit.    Goodwill uses measurement and learning in its evolution into a networked nonprofit.  … Read More

Redesign Your Nonprofit Organization for Success in Age of Connectivity

Networked Nonprofit

I’m so excited!  My second book,  Measuring the Networked Nonprofit, co-authored with KD Paine, will be launching in October!    Expect to hear more about where to hear us speak about the book or come toast us at a book party shortly, but in the meantime  you can pre-order the book now!… Read More

SXSW Scholarships for Nonprofits

Conferences

 

As I travel around the world to lead trainings or train other trainers to help nonprofits master networked approaches and using social media effectively,  I often get asked this question.  “What are some must-attend events for someone who works with nonprofit and wants to attend a conference?”   Well, there are many, many options if you take a quick look at this of nonprofit and social change events over at Socialbrite.… Read More

Is It Time To Let Feedburner Burn?

Tools and Tactics


I’ve been using Feedburner for my blog RSS Feeds since 2005!   It was one of a few good free options in the early days of blogging.    Shortly after Feedburner was acquired by Google in 207, there started to be complaints about the way it was managing the transition and handling subscriber stats.  … Read More