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Is counting members the right measure of success? (My whitepaper co-author Peter Houstle talks about this a lot, too.) Maddie Grant’s session at MMCC on tech tools for the socially savvy got a ton of good word of mouth last … Continue reading

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Committees can still provide valuable volunteer opportunities for your members, as long as the work they’re doing is meaningful. Annoyed about Facebook’s ever-increasing page rank changes? Eight tips to fight back (one of which is “quit relying on Facebook for … Continue reading

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The answer has been, “not too much,” at least lately, but I did want to point out a few goodies: What does art have to do with innovation? More than you might think. Using LinkedIn as your member community? Maggie … Continue reading

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Social media manager moved on? Maggie McGary has some detailed advice about how to extricate them from your accounts and vice versa. Leadership “moments” to strive for in 2013. I think these are all important goals for leaders. Want to … Continue reading

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Teens and the Internet: Myth and Reality

Fascinating presentation from Pew that debunks some myths about what various age groups, particularly teenagers do and don’t do online and with various tech devices, including smart phones. Teens 2012: Truth, Trends, and Myths About Teen Online Behavior from Pew … Continue reading

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Meme Time: Changing the World in 2012

Maddie Grant has thrown down the gauntlet of the first meme challenge (that I’m aware of) of 2012: How am I going to change the world in 2012? The responses are already starting. I particularly like Jeffrey Cufaude‘s reframing of … Continue reading

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What the Tech?

I usually do this earlier, but we were working on the slides up until the last minute. Below you’ll find the slides from my presentation with Andrew Hanelly, Polly Karpowicz, and Maggie McGaryat the ASAE Technology Conference last week: What … Continue reading

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Happy Take Back Your Lunch day. I ate at the small table in my office while reading some articles in Associations Now, but I did go for a 30 minute walk as part of picking up my lunch. Anyway, lots … Continue reading

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Another 2011 trends in social media post, this one from Harvard Business Review. Is customer service the key to social media success? Maggie McGary explains why you shouldn’t “tell your fans.” More on the role of mobile apps in the … Continue reading

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Did you hear? Homeland Security is spying on us in yet another forum: social media and other forms of online participation. Not that that’s surprising in and of itself. What is disturbing is that their list of monitored sites only … Continue reading

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