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How Evernote Helps Create Compelling Content

Evernote is a great application that I use on the Web, PC, and as an App. This service saves, stores and synchronizes notes, images, photos and webclips on the cloud. Easily accessible anytime, anywhere on the web, PC or my … Continue reading

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How Google Plus Will Be A Plus For Organizations

Google has entered the social landscape in a big way with the launch of Google+. It’s the big, shiny object that is attracting time and commentary in the social media world. For organizations, it is important to step into new … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Keep Your Nonprofit’s Social Status Fresh

It is important to keep an active social media presence for your organization. It keeps your presence active, it keeps your mission front of mind, it helps you feed & grow your fan base, and it makes you more likely … Continue reading

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Nonprofit Branding: Start with Stories

Is your organization trying worried about branding? This article shares some great wisdom about the difference between branding and storytelling. For Your Company To Last, The "Brand" Must Die. But Stories Should Survive http://t.co/VInCAft — Andy Huston (@hust0058) May 31, … Continue reading

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Follow Friday: Twitter Love For Your Association Membership

Happy Friday! On Twitter, today is a good day to point out interesting and relevant “tweeps” to follow. Simply note their Twitter handles and the hashtag: “#followfriday” or #FF”. This can be a good way to recognize: Your newest followers … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Fix Fan/Follower Fatigue

Is your organization suffering from fan/follower fatigue? You’ve built a fan base, but their aren’t interested in what you’ve got to say and aren’t responding or… worse yet… they’ve stopped following your organization. Time for a content tune up. But … Continue reading

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