If you are wondering about the chart, it came a cool free tool called “Export.ly” It will analyze your Twitter audience, Facebook page, and even your email box by grabbing the data and dumping it into a spreadsheet. You pay per export and right now you can pay with a Tweet.
I used it analyze the Facebook page. It compliments the data that you get from Insights – it lets you aggregate and analyze the comments and posts from your page. It is particularly useful if you want to easily get a list of your active fans and follow up. It also help you analyze your content strategy beyond posts on the wall posted by the admin of the page.
Here’s the top posts for February.
4 Social Trends Impacting the Future of Online Fundraising
2-Plugged In: Boomers
Time Management for Nonprofit Social Media Professionals: What’s Your Best Tip?
How Networked Nonprofits Visualize Their Networks
Top 10 Young Nonprofit Bloggers to Watch in 2011
My LinkedIn Network Map – a set on Flickr
Donate $5, $10, or $25 to Lights. Camera. Help. to Provide a Video Workshop for Five Area NonProfits
SpreadFast Social Media Planning Guide
Come join us for Practical and Tactical Social Media for Nonprofits in the Zoetica Salon this month.