Mind-Melding Online

Connection Cafe

Later when I was sharing the story with some friends, someone made the comment that this study proves why in person communication is better than online interactions. That it would be impossible to observe this kind of "mind-meld" between two individuals communicating online.

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Why You Need to Respond Quickly to Social Media Comments


Answering questions and responding to comments is an opportunity to keep them thinking about you and about the value you provide. Don’t ever leave comments that can be read as justifications of your actions; savvy social media users see right through non-apologies.

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Key Culture Tip: Great Minds Don’t Always Think Alike

NonProfit Hub

I was having lunch with a friend recently, and she commented on the diversity of people who have been on Nonprofit Hub’s staff over the years. There’s nothing wrong with having a like-minded staff; keeping your staff on the same page with values and goals is incredibly important. The post Key Culture Tip: Great Minds Don’t Always Think Alike appeared first on Nonprofit Hub.

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The Killer Blog Strategy Mind-Map For Simple Minded Bloggers

John Haydon

This should not be a complicated process (hence “simple minds&# ). I use a template with folks I call the “ The Killer Blog Strategy Mind-Map For Simple Minds &# (pdf). The Killer Blog Strategy Mind-Map. What do you do with comments?

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16 Ways To Get More Comments On Your Facebook Page

John Haydon

Getting fans to comment on your Facebook Page can take a lot of time and effort. And many of them got to where they are today by making it easier for fans to comment on their Page. Asking questions are probably the easiest way to get fans commenting.

When should you delete a comment on your Facebook Page?

John Haydon

If you’re like most nonprofits, the question of what to do with comments on your Facebook Page that are innappropriate or harmful comes up at one point or another. When the comment is hurtful. When the comment is spam. When the comment is not age appropriate.

Five Mind Shifts That Boost Social Sharing

John Haydon

Here are five mind-shifts to keep in mind: 1. Keep in mind that bloggers are in it for the long haul like you are. Continue to emonstrate your sincere interest in their blog with comments and retweets.

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Nonprofits: Leave A Comment for a Chance to Win a Dell Computer with Windows 8

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I will accept comments on this post until Dec. Windows 8 Pro was created especially with small and midsize businesses in mind and delivers the experiences people want, along with new levels of productivity, security and mobility, without sacrificing performance or choice.

New Study Highlights What People Like, Comment, and Share on Facebook


However, Zarella found that text generates more comments on Facebook, which I believe is much more valuable then a passive “thumbs up, see ya later.” People Comment the Most on Text Updates. I know what you are thinking – yet another social media study.

Nine Teddy Bear-Approved Tips for Getting Comments On Your Blog


Read comments carefully and be sure to have the author/poster/someone from your organization answer questions. You don’t want to monopolize the conversation, but keep an eye on the comments and pop in when the time’s right. What are YOU doing to get more comments on your blog?

Backtype: Another Listening Tool - Who's Talking About You In The Blog Comments?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

  It solves the problem of monitoring blog comments where people specifically mention you.     People can make comments about you on other blogs and if you only track links from blog posts, you won't see it.  comments? Comment Tracking Tools. (I

Disagreeing versus Disrespecting on Social Media

John Haydon

If someone disagrees with you, it’s an opportunity to listen, open your mind and maybe change theirs. If someone is disrespectful, you can still listen, but don’t expect to change minds. Your Brand comment moderation respect

Twelve tips for writing more blog posts each week

John Haydon

Mind-mapping – This approach allows me to bounce freely between unrelated ideas, but anchor them together in a way that’s extremely organized. The blogs I read are informative and inspiring, and often lead to me firing up a mind-map or post soon after.

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Wisdom 2.0: Balance in A Hyper Connected World

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

” I don’t have an answer, but I think it has to do with modeling conscious information and consumption and being mindful about how you connect with people, cultivate relationships, and share information. Healthy Mind Platter. Mindfulness

7 Tips To Help You Focus In Age of Distraction: Are You Content Fried!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Reading, reviewing, commenting, writing, and editing content. What are your tips to help you focus in an age of distraction? Are there tips not on the mind map? Content Housekeeping Mindfulness Organizational CultureMindmap by Jane Genovese.

What’s the best way to post as a Facebook Page?

John Haydon

And comment on other Pages. Now that you can post as a Page, how can you comment on another Pages without coming across as spam? Up until last week, you’ve only been able to comment on other Pages as a person, so spamming was rarely a concern.

Tips for a Successful Software Implementation

Vertex Systems

Keep in mind that many software implementations fail completely.

Time Management for Nonprofit Social Media Professionals: What’s Your Best Tip?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

He takes you through a 6-hour chunk of time in half-hour and hour increments. He clearly identifies types of tasks: planning (prep to do the task), reading, production (writing), interviews, email, and commenting. Capacity Mindfulness time management TipsPhoto by hmcotterill.

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What Tools Do You Use for Making Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Use Efficient?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

But keeping a spreadsheet of the names of people who “like&# and comment on threads involves a lot of cut and paste. What if you want to aggregate and look at all the comments and responses to threads before responding? Tags: Content Listening Measurement Mindfulness

Haters Gonna Hate: Dealing with Negative Feedback in the Social World


I look at number of retweets, comments, etc. Sometimes, we have no alternative but to delete a comment. We only delete violations, which are clearly laid out ( see commenting policy ). We also go back to the community and say, “we deleted x’s comment because it violated x rule on our commenting policy. Feel free to repost your comments without the violations.” blog comments carie lewis Community Social Media Web Sites Communications

Are you a "nonprofit" or a "charity"? See what Google users think | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) Google , Internet “Charities&# vs. “nonprofits&# in Google Trends 12.04.08 | 3622 11 Comments [link] %22Charities%22+vs.+%22nonprofits%22+in+Google+Trends I’d love to hear your comments. This website uses IntenseDebate comments , but they are not currently loaded because either your browser doesnt support JavaScript, or they didnt load fast enough. 3622 11 Comments [link] %22Charities%22+vs.+%22nonprofits%22+in+Google+Trends

Useful Hacks, Tricks & Tips for WordPress Users: Part 2

Byte Technology

And keep in mind that this list is far from comprehensive or complete: there are hundreds of more tips and tricks you can investigate via the WordPress community board or by visiting WPBeginner.com. Then visit “Comments, Comments Like Dislike” and configure the settings.

A Non-Techie Looks at Mechanical Turk | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

With that in mind, let me tell you what I know about Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. With this in mind, Amazon has created it??s Both comments and pings are currently closed. Comments are closed.

NetCentric Advocacy: Local Live: MSN Attack at Google Maps: WOW

Network-Centric Advocacy

There are so many applications to conservation and communicaiton it boggles the mind. Posted at 09:40 PM in Communication Technology | Permalink | Reblog (0) TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Local Live: MSN Attack at Google Maps: WOW : Comments Local Live: MSN Attack at Google Maps: WOW Local Live is really amazing. There are so many applications to conservation and communicaiton it boggles the mind.

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How to Reach Beyond Your Typical Donor Base

NonProfit Hub

As we reach the end of 2019, reflections and evaluations are at the forefront of everyone’s minds. As the new year inches closer, keep these tips in mind. Have them share your page, retweet your content and comment on your posts. .

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Temple Grandin

NCE Social Media

She recently gave a talk as part of the TED series discussing how her mind and the mind of people with autism spectrum disorder works and what makes them tick. Please share your thoughts in the comments section.

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At various stages in the campaign, some commentators have deemed me either “too black&# or “not black enough.&# Some will see this as an attempt to justify or excuse comments that are simply inexcusable.



A lot of the best Plone minds are in town, and the conference is going very well. I dropped by last night and saw some quick presentations that were a bit mind blowing.



Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Do political commentators understand politics? Do political commentators understand politics? In his mind, she’s the only one that helps him in the polls, and pushes him over 50%, “because that is how you win–get more than 50%.&#

How to Make Your Nonprofit Recession-Proof: Perfect Your Operating Reserves Policy

Blue Fox

” Our team at Blue Fox hears comments like this all the time, “Yes, we have a policy. ” Oh boy do comments like that scare us! Once you have an amount in mind and the data to back it up, propose it to your board/treasurer/finance committee and discuss.

5 Steps for Dealing With Problem Employees

NonProfit Hub

You may think you have your mind made up about their character, but there are always more factors at play. You can’t expect your employee to read your mind. Be understanding and give constructive feedback, but keep in mind that this is a professional conversation.

NetCentric Advocacy: Nonprofit Networking: The New Way to Grow

Network-Centric Advocacy

Main | Arctic Promise: We want YOu: You lead the Charge » August 25, 2005 Nonprofit Networking: The New Way to Grow HBS professor Jane Wei-Skillern has been exploring something different: Her research suggests that a more powerful lever to increase a nonprofits social impact might be to focus on building network relationships like-minded groups—even competitors. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

Top 10 Tough Donor Data Migration Decisions

3rd Sector Labs

Keep in mind, however, that all CRMs and donor databases are different – each has its own database structure, definitions of key terms, and attributes for handling certain data types. To the comments in the question above, archive that retired data. It’s your piece of mind.

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Beaconfire Survey: A few non-profits we like | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

All of us Beaconfire are civic-minded, volunteering and donating to a wide range of non-profit organizations. With this in mind, I have no problem believing that far more people will be accessing RAINN’s counselors than before. Both comments and pings are currently closed. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?



Seriously, it’s blowing my mind a bit. 8 Comments Ryan Ozimek | Thursday, 29 March 2007 at 8:56 pm Ah, and so it begins. Glenn Wilson | Friday, 30 March 2007 at 6:56 am My “Blow your mind&# moment came when I realized that I could take use 2 lines of code to turn an APEX Code method to a WSDL that could be accessed via AJAX and could clean up a huge amount of ugly JavaScript code.


The Blackbaud Tapes, Part 1 of 2 | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) Blackbaud , Open API , Web Services , nptech The Blackbaud Tapes, Part 1 of 2 11.27.06 | 126 1 Comment [link] The+Blackbaud+Tapes%2C+Part+1+of+2 2006-11-27+16%3A50%3A50 Allan+Benamer UPDATE (11/27/2006): If you want to follow along with Shaun Sullivan during the podcast, please download the Powerpoint presentation. Don’t mind the “this presentation is confidential&# note. My comments will be in italics. Subscribe to these comments.


Does The $1.80 Marketing Strategy Actually Work On LinkedIn?

Nonprofits Source

Engage With Like-Minded Professionals. This means commenting, liking and sharing DAILY. Let me know in the comments below! There’s been a lot of talk recently about the $1.80 strategy on LinkedIn, most notably from Gary Vaynerchuk.

Book Review and Giveaway: The Eight Principles of Sustainable Fundraising

Amy Sample Ward

Your board has to know the mission, and keep it in mind in their role forming the strategic vision of the organization. Larry was kind enough to send me an extra copy that I could give away to a lucky commenter.

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ERP Software for a Nonprofit – a Case Study

Vertex Systems

You can check out their problems and the solution they went with on our website – it does require a simple registration, but keep in mind we protect and secure all information given to us and we share it with no one. Let us know if you have any questions, comments, or ideas.



This time it was his comments about prospecting gifts and how he models pledges. Poke holes in it, and let me know via the comments. 13 Comments Jon Stahl | Saturday, 04 March 2006 at 9:22 am Steve, This is smart. But Sonny’s comment on your recent post to the effect of “prospects and payments are different — but related things&# has got me thinking. What, do you have other things on your mind or something?

Posting User Social Media Guidelines

NCE Social Media

We want to keep our Facebook page an open forum, but we’re also a family friendly group, so please keep comments and wall posts clean. – We do not allow comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity.

The Best Social Media Marketing Resources For Nonprofits

Nonprofits Source

Their hashtag #TankTopTuesday, for example, drives insane engagement, receiving over 10,000 views and several comments. Leadership has one idea in mind when they invest in marketing: make money. SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING FOR NONPROFITS. 5 Nonprofits Winning At Social Media.

5 Proven Tips for Building Your Nonprofits Email List


With that in mind we thought we’d share a few suggestions for getting visitors to subscribe to your email list: 1. Subscribe to posts and/or comments on the Tenement Museum blog. Let’s discuss in the comments below or start a conversation in the Altru community !

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