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You Can Stand Up for Health Care on Twitter and Facebook, What About On Google +?

With the debt ceiling debate raging in our nation’s capital, health care advocates have kicked into high gear and are using new social media tactics to engage elected officials in the fight to protect health care rights – Medicare, Medicaid, and the Affordable Care Act.… Read More

One Small Step: What’s Your Twitter Elevator Speech?

Whenever I teach a workshop or give a presentation,  I ask the audience these questions and to jot it down on a 3×5 card.   These have become a wonderful collection of small steps, easy actions that can be taken after the training to immediately apply learning and improve practice.… Read More

Twitter Community Organizing Rules for Non Profits

Note from Beth: I love when I discovered folks who are community organizers and successfully transfer what they know about community organizing offline to the online world.   Robin shared some of her thoughts in the comments of a recent blog post, and I invited to share her community organizing rules for Twitter. 

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Tips for Remote Presenting

This morning Liz Karlin, who works at the Packard Foundation in Grant Operations, and I did a remote presentation for the Foundation Financial Officers Group on Organizational Change and Social Media Policy development. … Read More

Actionable Listening: Learning from Watching Other Nonprofits

Actionable listening on social media channels means transforming a “river of noise” into insights that are actionable.   That is, you gain insight, can make a decision, or do something.   Listening can help your organization craft conversation starters, figure out how to best start engaging,  identify social content that you can incorporate into your content strategy, identify potential brand ambassadors,  or address a potential crisis early in the game.… Read More