The 140 Best Twitter Feeds

NCE Social Media

Time.com just came out with their “ Best 140 twitter Feeds for 2013.” Since they won’t do it, I think I will come up with a list of the “Best 140 Twitter Disability-Related Feeds for 2013″ but I first want your input.

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Our EveryAction Hero: Feeding Wisconsin

Everyaction

Our EveryAction Hero this month is Feeding Wisconsin. With over 750 affiliate agencies across the state of Wisconsin, Feeding Wisconsin is dedicated to eradicating hunger and improving their community. Earlier this month, I sat down with Executive Director, David Lee, to learn how Feeding Wisconsin mobilizes their audience, advocates to their local and federal officials, and engages with their community. Our Feeding Wisconsin Hunger Fighter program is our advocacy program.

Facebook Updates News Feed (Again)

NCE Social Media

Facebook has updated its News Feed algorithm again. It means that they want more people to know what is going on around them…and by pushing more stories with the most comments, the most shares, and the most likes to the top of your feed, they believe you will want to see that story. Personally, I don’t like the News Feed default and prefer the All Friends feed. Which feed do you prefer? What does this mean for you?

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XWiki acquires feedly in a multi-color deal | Building Feedly

AFP Blog

XWiki acquires feedly in a multi-color deal | Building Feedly

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Facebook Radically Changed the News Feed – Here’s What Your Nonprofit Needs to Know

Connection Cafe

In a Facebook post dated January 11th, Mark Zuckerberg shared a completely new direction for the News Feed to make sure the “time we all spend on Facebook is time well spent.”. So his new goal for the News Feed is to create more meaningful conversations between “friends, family and groups”. How will the News Feed rank public content? To spark more meaningful conversations between people , the News Feed will now prioritize: 1.

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Facebook News Feed Overhaul – How Your Nonprofit Can Prepare

John Haydon

The News Feed’s goal is shifting from “helping you find […]. The post Facebook News Feed Overhaul – How Your Nonprofit Can Prepare appeared first on John Haydon. Well, we all knew this day was coming.

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Facebook Now Ranks Live Videos Higher in the News Feed 

AFP Blog

Facebook Now Ranks Live Videos Higher in the News Feed : "To counter this Facebook have made some updates to the way the News Feed works when it comes to displaying Live video content. Facebook wants to draw attention to Live video broadcasts in-the-moment, and the data appears to show that Live content will keep users attention for longer.

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Feed My Inbox — RSS feeds by email

Robert Weiner

And I don't like having to look at a web page/feed reader every day to find out whether anything new has appeared on an RSS feed. I'm testing a solution that will deliver RSS updates to me via email: Feed My Inbox I'm starting with a few sites I want to track, but that are only updated occasionally. Diff'rent strokes for diff'rent folks: I like to get information by email. I prefer listserves over online forums and email to IM.

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ATTN Nonprofits: Facebook Now Recommends Pages in the News Feed

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Facebook now also recommends pages in the news feed, but only if your nonprofit has opted-in to have your page recommended. Page Recommendations in the News Feed.

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Feed Hell

SocialFish

To anyone who experienced craziness from my new Feedblitz feed, I am so sorry. I have reverted to my boring old Blogger feed with no bells and whistles. And whatever you do, DO NOT switch your own feeds to Feedblitz!! I suspect they got a massive influx of new feeds after the widely discussed Feedburner problems and they didn't plan for it so their servers have completely lost the plot. Thank you so much, and again I really am so sorry for the hassle and the feed spam.

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Getting RSS Feeds Via Email

Robert Weiner

There are a few RSS feeds I don't want to miss. I have an RSS feed reader but I often go for days without looking at it. Some RSS feeds offer email subscriptions, but most don't. However, I found a way to do this even for feeds that don't offer email delivery by playing with these instructions for setting up a Google FeedBurner subscription for one's own web site: [link]. Once that's set up, click the My Feeds link in the upper-right corner.

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Infographic: When To Post To Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Feeds

TechImpact

How often do I post on all the different social media feeds? Everyone knows keeping up with your social media feeds, and utilizing them to their maximum effectiveness is a cheap and important way to accomplish your nonprofit’s mission. Social media, to many, is a total mystery.

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Twitter Adds Buy Button to Feed

NonProfit Hub

The post Twitter Adds Buy Button to Feed appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. On Monday, Twitter announced it was unveiling a ‘buy’ button to allow onsite purchases.

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RSS app Feedly gains half a million new users after the death of Google Reader | memeburn

AFP Blog

RSS app Feedly gains half a million new users after the death of Google Reader | memeburn

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Facebook Lets Marketers “News Feed Bomb” Other Pages

John Haydon

The News Feed algorithm considers several factors: Posts are getting the most engagement. Facebook Marketing algorithm Facebook Pages news feed tagging You know photobombing, when a random stranger hijacks your family photo? Well now you can do that with Facebook Pages. Starting today, Facebook Page posts might be seen by fans of similar Pages simply by tagging those Pages in the post.

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Five Ways to Dominate The News Feed

John Haydon

Facebook launched an enhanced News Feed that’s rolling out to all users in the next weeks (on both mobile and web). The enhanced News Feed allows users to focus more easily specific feeds: All Friends : a feed that shows you everything your friends are sharing.

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What You Need to Know About Facebook’s News Feed Changes

SocialFish

Facebook page admins take note: just when you thought you’d figured out Facebook’s EdgeRank algorithm, they’ve changed the game and the way News Feed works. Here’s what you need to know about the News Feed changes: Story Bumping.

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Zoetica Salon Summary: Feeding America’s Social Media Measurement Strategy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Dan Michel, Digital Marketing Manager, Feeding America Twitter: @dpmichel. Dan is the Digital Marketing Manager for Feeding America where he oversees the execution of their external digital strategy which includes social media.

What Facebook’s Hybrid News Feed Means For Your Facebook Page

John Haydon

Facebook’s enhanced News Feed and Ticker has changed the engagement game for Facebook Page admins. Facebook now has two News Feeds. Facebook users now have two News Feeds in one (the Ticker and the main News Feed). How these two News Feeds impact Facebook Pages.

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Your Nonprofit’s Facebook Posts Are Likely Not Appearing on News Feeds Anymore

NonProfit Hub

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been close to 10 years since Facebook first introduced the News Feed. And since then, Facebook has implemented over 30 major algorithm changes to determine what is prioritized on your Facebook News Feed.

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18 Ways to Beat Facebook’s News Feed Algorithm

John Haydon

This article gives you 18 ways to beat the Facebook News Feed algorithm with posting strategies, external channels, and Facebook Insights. Facebook users take action on that update (Like, Comment, Share), which creates a story in their friends’ News Feeds.

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Attention Nonprofits! The New LinkedIn News Feed Design Has Arrived

Nonprofit Tech for Good

At long last, the new LinkedIn News Feed is here! For years I have been completely baffled by LinkedIn’s partnership with Twitter to allow a mass automation of tweets to be published the LinkedIn News Feed. Personal Status Updates on the new Home News Feed.

The simplest way to have your Facebook Page show up in more News Feeds

John Haydon

It All Happens In The New Feed. Facebook users stay connected to their friends (and Pages they’ve liked) by scrolling down their News Feed, which is the default view for all Facebook users after logging in at facebook.com. iPhone News Feeds.

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Facebook News Feed Now Gives Text Updates Less Reach

John Haydon

So Facebook has now tweaked the News Feed to decrease the distribution of text updates from Pages. Here are three ways you can deal with this recent News Feed change: 1. Facebook says this news feed tweak will “increases engagement and distribution for other story types” .

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Nonprofits Say Facebook News-Feed Changes Hurting Outreach - News - The Chronicle of Philanthropy- Connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas

AFP Blog

Nonprofits Say Facebook News-Feed Changes Hurting Outreach - News - The Chronicle of Philanthropy- Connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas : "Nonprofits Say Facebook News-Feed Changes Hurting Outreach Charities that rely primarily on social media to raise awareness and share information about their causes are growing restive over alterations in how Facebook delivers a group''s posts to those who have liked its page, according to International Business Times." ''via Blog this

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Is Your Facebook Page Publishing News Feed Spam?

John Haydon

Facebook recently tweaked the News Feed to reduce spam, including frequently repeated posts : … people tend to find these instances of repeated content less relevant, and are more likely to complain about the Pages that frequently post them.

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Feeding the Hungry in the Land of Plenty

Tech Soup Blog

food waste by just 15 percent could feed more than 25 million Americans. Imagine being served a full plate of the most dazzling, delectable, and decadent food you have ever seen. As the sweet and savory aroma meets your nose, your senses explode and your mouth waters.

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Social media and charity: philanthropy or crass opportunism? | Feeds | ZDNet.com

AFP Blog

Feeds | ZDNet.com: "Social media and charity: philanthropy or crass opportunism?". Social media and charity: philanthropy or crass opportunism?

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New RSS feed for SocialFishing.

SocialFish

My new RSS feed is [link]. Please update my feed address in your feed reader to. If you subscribe to this blog in a reader, please note I have changed my RSS service to Feedblitz , due to ongoing crapness from Feedburner. If you want to subscribe by email, IM or via Twitter, here's the link. Thanks! If you subscribe to this blog in a reader, please note I have changed my RSS service to Feedblitz. link]. Thanks!

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Facebook’s Latest News Feed Algorithm Update – Three Things You Need to Know

John Haydon

Facebook’s News Feed algorithm will soon put a damper on external links to memes, suggest related articles, and resurface updates with new comments. ” This means that high quality articles will be slightly more prominent News Feeds, and meme photos will be less prominent.

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New Intranet for Feeding America | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

Feeding America is the nation’s largest charitable hunger-relief organization. Feeding America engaged Beaconfire to help them develop a knowledge management strategy and redesign their Intranet.

A Facebook Donate Button for The News Feed That Might Actually Work!

John Haydon

The post A Facebook Donate Button for The News Feed That Might Actually Work! Facebook is testing a new fundraising app that just might make giving as “social” as liking, commenting, and sharing.

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More RSS Tools: Sharing Feeds

Idealware

For my last followup to my RSS article, Using RSS Tools to Feed your Information Needs , I want to discuss OPML, the standard for RSS Reader feed information, and talk a bit about why RSS, which is already quite useful, is about to become an even bigger deal. Last week, I discussed sharing research with Google Reade r; before that, filtering RSS feeds with Yahoo! Admitting that I might represent an extreme case, I subscribe to 96 feeds in Google Reader.

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Filtering Your Feeds: Marshall's Yahoo Pipes Screencast

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Let's say that you have mastered using an RSS reader like bloglines or google reader or event NetVibes to read feeds. And you've integrated reading feeds from blogs and web sites into your daily routine.

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7 Tips to Make Sure That Your Nonprofit Fundraising Event Doesn't Flop

The Science Behind Engaging your Supporters

The event page's form should feed contact data into a CRM (Contact Relationship Management system) or event management software. Nonprofit fundraising events are a great way to raise money and increase your organization’s profile at the same time.

I Like To Watch Feed

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Today I discovered Cityzenjane's blog and her i_like_to_watch tag/delicious rss feed via a comment to one of my blog posts. " Cityzenjane's goal for this feed is to provide you with content that will inspire you to make a great green future. Who is the audience for your feed?

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Social Activity Feeds and Laptop Stickers

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" An activity stream is a feed of recent activities by your blog friends on various social networks - blog posts, new photos, bookmarks on Delicious, Facebook updates, Twitter updates, etc. Ian spoke on a panel called Social Networks and the Need for Feeds at Graphing Social Patterns.

Feeding a Need: New App Helps Youth Find Free Summer Meals

Tech Soup Blog

Find out more about the problem of hunger in America by exploring resources from Share Our Strength , WhyHunger , and Feeding America's Map the Meal Gap project. Millions of low-income students rely on free or low-cost school meals. But when summer vacation starts, the school meals end.

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Test Post for RSS Feed

Beaconfire Wire

This is a test

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Google Alerts Adds Feeds! Less Email Clutter

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

For novices just starting to explore social media, I recommend google alerts as the first listening step because they didn't have learn another application (RSS Readers) to get started. I use google alerts, but always wished they had an RSS option. I get way too email that I can barely keep up.

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Consolidate Your Social Media Feeds and Take Back Your Content

Beaconfire Wire

Have you ever seen an otherwise good homepage ruined by the presence of too many social media feeds? But giving each of these feeds its own space on the homepage takes up too much real estate – and takes the user’s focus away from what’s important: the actual site content.

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@NonprofitOrgs Named One of the Best 140 Twitter Feeds of 2013 by TIME Magazine

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Today, I discovered that @ NonprofitOrgs had been named one of TIME Magazine’s Best Twitter Feeds of 2013 : Every year, TIME recognizes those who exemplify the very best wit and wisdom Twitter has to offer. My Twitter feed is only as good as the content you tweet.

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Idealist Is Feeding Googlebase

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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