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Friday Top 5

You knew it was coming: my top five takeaways from #MMCCon, 2013 edition: How do you deal with an overly enthusiastic volunteer who has too many great ideas and can be hard to work with (I may occasionally resemble that … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

Marketing, Membership, and Communications Conference edition. Next week is ASAE’s big annual mar-comm extravaganza. My top 5 for #MMCCon? Rohit Bhargava’s opening keynote on Likenomics. Big fan of his blog, his Twitter stream, you name it. Should be a good … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

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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Smart People on Health Care Reform

First, Rohit Bhargava gave a terrific Pecha Kucha presentation at last year’s e-Patient Connections called The Past, Present and Future of Health 2.0 in 20 Inspired Tweets. It’s about 7 minutes of awesome. Second, Dan Roam has also weighed in … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

John Haydon reviews Beth Kanter’s 7 Qualities of Networked Nonprofit. How does your organization measure up? 11 killer FB apps for your nonprofit, from the babes at Social Fish Speaking of FB, I asked for help on figuring out the … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Cook Children’s Healthcare System (NACHRI member, natch) is the first children’s hospital to launch an iPhone app. St. Louis Children’s (also a NACHRI member) is the second. The top 30 objections to using social media and some potential responses. Learning … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Got a crappy web site? According to Rohit Bhargava, you’re not necessarily sunk. Check out NACHRI’s new health care policy blog, With All Our Might. Launching a new web initiative? You know what they say: failure to plan –> planning … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

What with my entire family descending upon me for my cousin’s wedding this past weekend, taking the ‘rents to Ragtime at the KC for their anniversary/Mother’s Day, a heinous cold, and trying to get ready to present on social media … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Jamie wrote a really interesting piece on getting “touchy-feely” in a business context. I get his point, but I also think we have to remain aware that different people have different styles (said the lady with a father, brother, and … Continue reading

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The 25 Basic Styles of Blogging … And When To Use Each One View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: tips marketing)

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