Some Thoughts on Livestreamed Interviews, Engagement, Book Winners, and Finger Puppets

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Yesterday, I had an opportunity to be interviewed as part of a series of online interviews with nonprofit social media gurus about how to use social media. Kari came to my house a half hour before the interview went live.

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Meet the Queen of Social Media Measurement: KD Paine


Here's a video of her being interviewed by Shel Israel on FastCompany.TV. Tags: data social media analytics PR communications As I mentioned in my post about BlogPotoma c, I wanted to reserve a post specifically to talk about KD Paine , one of the best speakers at the conference. She has a company which has been helping organizations learn how to measure and monitor social media for over a decade - since before there existed the term "social media"!

Lethal Generosity: CSR Context Is Important

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

On Wednesday, fellow Zoetica founder, Kami Huyse and I presented on Lethal Generosity , (a term from Shel Israel’s “Twitterville”). This leaves me with some good ideas about contextual questions to ask in interviews for the case study part of the research. The next step of our research is identifying social media programs and campaigns that meet these criteria and studying their efforts in detail, including interviewing them to find commonalities that spur success.

Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Changing Organizational Culture One Sneaker at Time

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In advance of next week’s “ National Walking Day ,” I did an interview with Gina about how her organization’s culture is changing one sneaker at a time. I didn’t tag people, but each week would email the group to say the WAW was on, and promote it a little.

Lindy Dreyer joins PITV


Tags: YouTube social media video blog vlogging PITV I am SO EXCITED. After I was invited to become executive producer of Principled Innovation TV , and put a call out for interested videophiles to contact me, I got several people interested and the first one all set up and ready to go is our very own Lindy Dreyer, she of the awesome Association Marketing Springboard blog. A super smart lady with a wee voice, big ideas and wicked sense of humor, she's going to be awesome on PITV.

Congrats to Book Winners - Twitter for Dummies, Web Analytics 2.0 and The New Community Rules

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I did a review and interview with Avinash Kaushik on his new book, Web Analytics 2.0. The lucky winner is Ira Wise who is the Director of Education from Congregation B'nai Israel. Tags: Books I'm pleased to announce the winners of the last couple of book giveaways. In return for receiving the book, the winners have been offered an opportunity to write a guest post about what they learn so the wisdom can be shared. If you were not one of the lucky winners, don't give up.

What is Lethal Generosity?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I first encountered the term when I read Shel Israel's , Twitterville (pp110-111). Tags: generosity lethalgenerosity Photo by Funkyah.