Why You Need to Respond Quickly to Social Media Comments

SocialFish

A comprehensive survey by Lithium Technologies revealed that 53% of Twitter users expect to hear back from brands within an hour of tweeting, and that number shoots up to 72% when the tweet in question involves a specific complaint. Guest post by Daniel Kushner, CEO of Oktopost.com. ————–.

More Likes, More Comments, More Shares: Using Psychology to Get the Most from Your Facebook Page

Byte Technology

Why aren’t they commenting on our content and mission and becoming a part of the conversation? The questions themselves lead to only more frustration. Liking, sharing and commenting on Facebook allows us to assert who we are as a person and admit publicly that we agree with something.

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.

Drupal security, and other CMS Report comments

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Two (yes, just two) questions out of many relate to security. Now that the Idealware CMS report is out, I get to have my say about it. Here’s the first post, there might be more to come. The thing that is prompting this post is the little storm about the security metric that we used to try and get a handle on the security of the 4 different systems we reviewed. More on that in a bit.

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39 Questions Your Nonprofit Can Answer with Facebook Insights

NetWits

Following are just some of the questions you can answer with these reports. Following are questions about those interactions which can be answered in the Users Reports: How many Facebook users view my Page each day? How many fans have commented on our Page updates?

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.

Volunteers Or Donors: The Millennial Question

TechImpact

The question has to be asked, then. Let us know in the comment section below. The post Volunteers Or Donors: The Millennial Question appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology.

Drupal security, and other CMS Report comments

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Drupal security, and other CMS Report comments April 3, 2009 Now that the Idealware CMS report is out, I get to have my say about it. Two (yes, just two) questions out of many relate to security. at 1:55 pm { 7 comments… read them below or add one } 1 David Strauss 04.03.09

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Burning Question: How to get comments on your blog

SocialFish

Is this a burning question for you? Let me know in the comments. Besides, I like comments, especially from all you awesome people. Well, you're in luck, Lindy and I had a think about this issue and wrote an article about it. Please check it out, rate, review if you can (you may need to be a member of ASAE to do that, but not to read it!) The living bibliography is here. Did we miss anything? Have anything to add to the bibliography?

One question for you

Have Fun - Do Good

I would be honored if you would share the challenges you''re experiencing as you work towards your big vision either in the comments of this post, or on this anonymous form.

Get your nonprofit marketing questions answered!

Amy Sample Ward

There will be an interview with Kivi posted on the blog on June 24th – but it’s going to be with your questions! Submit your questions about The Nonprofit Marketing Guide today: Simply leave a question in the comments here to participate.

Reply Comments on the Proposed Treaty for Access to Copyrighted Works

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

We filed the following comments to the Copyright Office's request for comments on issues about access for people with print disabilities. December 4, 2009 Benetech’s Reply Comments in response to the Copyright Office Notice of Inquiry and Request for Comments on the Topic of Facilitating Access to Copyrighted Works for the Blind or Other Persons With Disabilities The issue all comes down to human rights vs. money. And this raises the central human rights question.

To CAPTCHA or Not to CAPTCHA, That is The Question?

NetWits

prevention of comment spam. automated questions the user may not know the answer to. There is no right or wrong answer to this question, some CAPTCHA programs are better than others, but none are perfect. To CAPTCHA or not to CAPTCHA, that is the question.

The Answers to Your Crowdfunding Questions

NonProfit Hub

For today, join the conversation by telling us in the comment section how you’ve tried crowdfunding at your organization, if at all. The post The Answers to Your Crowdfunding Questions appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. Josh Schukman is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub.

Guest Post: One Museum's Experiment with Threaded Comment Stations

Museum 2.0

In this post, Jasper shares some lessons learned from a recent experiment to design a more social comment station. He will respond to comments here and can also be reached on his blog (where this post first appeared).

The Dragonfly Effect: Win A Copy, Leave A Comment, Swab Your Cheek

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If you want to win this copy, leave a comment that answers any of the following: The Dragonfly Model is: Focus, Grab Attention, Take Action, and Engage.

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

NTEN

Include a question or encourage readers to share their thoughts in every post. Ask open-ended, rather than yes/no questions, to get the most thoughtful, personal responses and open up the room for others. It can be as simple and subtle as “What are your questions?”

The Diversity Question in the Arts Blogosphere

Museum 2.0

The posts are meaty and the commenting is robust. And then Ian David Moss pulls it together with an interesting question about whether we're too focused on how to support and shift institutions instead of how to engage and empower individual people/audience members.

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Why Doesn't Anyone Comment on Your Blog?

Museum 2.0

When people ask about blogging, the question of comments comes up more frequently than any other. Why not ask more typical website questions, "why don't more people visit my blog?" So when people ask, "Why don't more people comment?," I'm not writing to get comments.

If you could Ask One Question what would it be?

NetWits

Feel free to comment on my pic in the comments …). Once the panel discussion begins I’ll be taking questions from the audience as well as fielding questions via Twitter. Think about it for a bit and put your question(s) in the comments below.

“Social Media Road Map” Book Give Away – 20 Best Comments Win!

John Haydon

Best 20 comments win a free copy! They’ve agreed to give away 20 free copies to the top 20 commenters on this post! In the comments section below, answer the following question: If your ideal social media presence was a destination, what would it be?

One Simple Question to Make Your Work More Participatory

Museum 2.0

I said to him: I can't really answer that question. The key question is, every step of the way: how can you invite people beyond yourself to help make this step better? This is the question I ask myself anytime I'm working on something with a participatory intent.

Are you asking the right questions in your peer to peer fundraising survey? #TT

Connection Cafe

Jen initially wrote this post for me to share a highlights from a webinar we hosted: Are you asking the right questions in your post event survey? Best Practice 2: Only ask questions about things you can change. Best Practice 3: Ask questions about things you care about.

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Ask These Five Questions

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Sunday, May 9, 2010 Ask These Five Questions If you are leading a business or a nonprofit organization, take the hour or two to read Peter F. Druckers book, The Five Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization.

The Answers to Your Crowdfunding Questions

NonProfit Hub

For today, join the conversation by telling us in the comment section how you’ve tried crowdfunding at your organization, if at all. The post The Answers to Your Crowdfunding Questions appeared first on Nonprofit Hub Josh Schukman is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub.

Come Join the Conversation on Social Media and ROI at Chronicle and in the comments here

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In another hour, I'll be doing one of the Chronicle of Philanthropy chats - you can submit a question here. This post is my place holder where I post the questions, answers, follow up questions, links, and reflections. .

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Comment Cards 2.0: Three Tools to Check Out

Museum 2.0

In many museums, comment cards are currently the most "participatory" part of the visitor experience. But there are three problems with museum comment cards: The comments are so scattered over a wide range of topics (including generic ones like, "Thank you!")

To Moderate or Not to Moderate? That is the Question.

NetWits

I’ve got a few questions for you related to managing comments. How do you handle comments that are rude, aggressive, inflammatory or misleading? What is your standard operating procedure for dealing with these comments, etc.? What are some best practices around managing your blogs comments

NetCentric Advocacy: Commenting On Your Blog: Zero

Network-Centric Advocacy

» March 18, 2008 Commenting On Your Blog: Zero Here is a great riff by Michele Martin on the failures to create conversation via a blog. Is it for the comments and conversation? Link: The Bamboo Project Blog: Six Reasons People Arent Commenting On Your Blog. Six Reasons People Arent Commenting on Your Blog 1. Blogs that come across as thinly-veiled sales pitches dont invite comments. Questions are the lifeblood of conversation.

5 Open-Ended Questions To Ask Your Customers

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Friday, November 12, 2010 5 Open-Ended Questions To Ask Your Customers I really like author Paul R. Timms advice to stop asking your customers the "typical" questions and instead ask them open-ended questions. Question For Today Which person on your team did you thank today?

Answers to the Ten Questions I am Most Often Asked

Museum 2.0

This post shares some of the most interesting questions I've heard throughout these experiences. Feel free to add your own questions and answers in the comments! BROAD QUESTIONS ABOUT AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION 1. QUESTIONS ABOUT RESISTANCE TO CHANGE 5.

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? Answer questions.

What was it, the question mark?

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology What was it, the question mark? 4 comments… read them below or add one } 1 David Geilhufe 12.14.07 Here is the link, [link] Let me know if you have any questions. December 14, 2007 I feel misunderstood. Earlier this week, I wrote a post on about the NTEN CRM satisfaction survey.

Where's My Comment? Differences Between Visitor-Generated Exhibitions and Discussions

Museum 2.0

In a six month period ending last month, 655 comments were submitted to this boa rd. For comparison, the most commented-upon museum blog, Botany Photo of the Day (according to Jim Spadaccini and Seb Chan’s recent report ) received 128 comments in a one month period. )

How Do You Answer These Leadership Questions?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Tuesday, September 21, 2010 How Do You Answer These Leadership Questions? Open Leadership author Charlene Li reminds leaders to periodically ask themselves these "open leadership skills assessment" questions: Do I seek out and listen to different points of view?

When should a nonprofit organizational blog moderate comments? What are the different approaches?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

So, when we talk about social media and being open and embracing the conversation, one of the most comment questions that comes up is: To what extent do you need to moderate the discussion in a socnet space or blog so it isn't antithetical to your mission?

Five Questions About Open Community

John Haydon

In this post, Maddie and Lindy answer a few questions for anyone interested in nonprofit marketing. So here’s a question for all of you to consider… 5. Comment below to join us on the virtual tour!

What's Your Best Advice for Managing Information Overload? Join the Support Group in the Comments

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of the questions was to identify whether or not you are spending too much time online. The question "Is the only time you're offline when you're sleeping or going to the bathroom?" So, that question was revised! Original cartoon from Rob Cottiingham Social Signal.

Key Interviewing Questions To Ask To Identify Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Saturday, October 23, 2010 Key Interviewing Questions To Ask To Identify Leaders The next time you are interviewing a candidate and you want to access their leadership skills, consider asking the candidate these questions: What personal qualities define you as a leader?

How to ask the right questions

John Haydon

It will respond to self-questions like a dog responds to simple commands. For example, to self-questions like “Why am I always late for meetings?&# , your brain will work until it finds an answer: I’m lazy. Ask the right questions.

A Simple Technique for Writing Better Visitor Response Questions

Museum 2.0

How do you write a question for a comment board that will generate authentic, on-topic, diverse, interesting visitor comments? Explain the exhibit or topic around which you want to generate a visitor response question. is an inferior question to "What was your worst job?"

Any questions for MPower?

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Do you have any questions about MPower Open that you would like me to ask the MPower folks? Please put them below in comments. I’ll be experiencing the long-awaited MPower Open demo at 2 PM EST tomorrow and hopefully will have access to a sandbox version of their hosted edition soon. Thanks

Museum 2.0 Rerun: Answers to the Ten Questions I Am Most Commonly Asked

Museum 2.0

This post shares some of the most interesting questions I''ve heard throughout these experiences. Feel free to add your own questions and answers in the comments! BROAD QUESTIONS ABOUT AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION 1. QUESTIONS ABOUT RESISTANCE TO CHANGE 5.