Posts Tagged ‘social media’

Twitter is the new SMS is the new e-mail

Whether you’re a novice or an old salt, online branding and social media tools are constantly changing. It’s daily process and a challenge to keep up with!

It’s good to go back to the basics as things evolve– as with Facebook’s timeline, for example. For a nice introduction to the social media landscape, click on the image to the left. I’m sharing a handful or two of links to tips below.(Maybe it’s just me, but I hate the FB timeline.)

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Don’t you just love a (global) good list?

I know I love a good list. And it’s nice to share the love (of a good list, in this case) on Valentine’s Day.

Check out Social Velocity’s A Monster List of Social Innovation Books, Blogs, Conferences, Funders.

I’m sure I’ll be using the same list to find more things to blog about here.  For example, I just found on the list Beth Kanter’s blog on How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media. In fact, I’m subscribing to the RSS right now!

What are some of your favorite lists of resources, blogs, or other information sources online?

Tell Me a Story

It makes sense. When you can identify with one person and her story, you are much more likely to help her.

Stories work. A story grabs my attention and lets me know what, say, Maude needs and what my money does to help her.

Check out this blog on: The Power of Stories in Social Change

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The Impact of Social Media

Check out this video on TED.com. It is not that social media can change the world. It already has in profound ways.

How Social Media Can Make History

Remember when it was cool to have a cordless phone? Have things changed!

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