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Happy Fabulous Five, Spark!

Today marks five years since I launched Spark Consulting. As I look back on the past five years, I have much to be grateful for. Leading that list is all the people who’ve contributed to the success of this Big … Continue reading

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Q&A with Online Community Results

Online Community Results recently released an Online Community Software Selection Guide. I had the opportunity to sit down with the OCR team for a brief Q&A on the Guide. Spark: Why did you decide to write the Guide? And why … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Big list this week: Good advice for all of us: take it easy on yourself and others. Avoid these common networking mistakes. Tips to get more people sharing your blog posts. Jay Daughtry’s innovation lessons from football – love it! … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

Today’s Friday Top 5 is about #Tech11, too – my top takeaways. In the fishbowl session on social CRM led by Lindy Dreyer in which Lindy pointed out that association websites are transitioning from being places where we push information … Continue reading

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From the Humanize chat

Wow, the #ASAETech chat on Maddie Grant and Jamie Notter’s new book, Humanize, was almost two weeks ago, and I’m just getting around to sharing my thoughts. Hey, #Tech11 had us ALL booked solid last week, right? For those who … Continue reading

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Social Media Trouble Spots

Lindy Dreyer, Chief Social Media Marketer for Social Fish, and I are presenting a session on this topic today at the ASAE Annual Meeting. True to my usual form, I’m posting our resources here at T4P. Unsurprisingly, they’re all directly … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

Much like Nat King Cole, I’m going to St. Louis (where I’ll be attending a benefit for Joplin, Missouri), although he wasn’t lucky enough to be headed there for ASAE, whereas I am! So what does that mean? Aside from … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Thinking about a new website? Burned more than once by bad organization of your information? A good friend of mine who is an information architect highly recommended this guy’s information, and he’ll be doing a workshop in DC in early … Continue reading

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Monday Top 5: Open Community

I’m excited to be a part of the Open Community (a little book of big ideas for associations navigating the social web) virtual book tour. When authors Maddie Grant and Lindy Dreyer and I started talking about what to do … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Why your organization should NOT start a blog. New roles for communications pros? Lindy Dreyer thinks so. Association Chat, the new blog for the weekly #assnchat, just in case you aren’t available Tuesday at 2 pm ET (which I’m usually … Continue reading

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