Google+: Importing users from Facebook or Twitter – No Thank You

Posted by on Jul 14, 2011 in Journal, Social Media, Technology | 2 Comments

I started off the day today downloading all of my data from Facebook with the thought that I would import all my users into Google+ and be ahead of the game. Fortunately the process was slow and cumbersome enough that I had time to think it through and decide for us it wasn’t the correct […]

Join our latest class – A nonprofits guide to Facebook, Causes, and the Social Graph

March 3rd – Raleigh, NC 1804 Hillsborough St Raleigh, NC 27605 This course offers a conversational approach to moving your nonprofit organization into Facebook and Causes.  We will be covering an array of Facebook/Causes topics specifically for non-profits including: Why Facebook? Why Now? Learn just how big Facebook has become and how it can be leveraged […]

Your non-profit is selling a product whether you like it or not.

A colleague sent me an article today that I wanted to expand on a bit and share with you.  The post was for the “Diary of a Social Venture Start-up” over at The point of the article is pretty straight forward and something I’m sure  most of us would agree with perception is important, […]

Poll: Social Media Concepts in Demand

Posted by on Jul 10, 2009 in Journal, Social Media | 3 Comments

We asked a few friends (49) what social media information they wanted to know more about. While some of the answers are not surprising at all, especially given our subset of polled. (Social Media Concepts, Online Marketing , and Community Engagement rounding out the top 3). I was a bit shocked that listening fell so […]


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