January 4, 2010

9 critical stats to measure on your blog

by John Haydon

The best place to start in any journey is to know where you are. If you want directions to Chicago, the first thing anyone will ask is “where are you coming from?” We’d all like to think that our efforts to make friendly connections on Twitter and Facebook are bringing us more visitors, subscribers and customers. It feels so good … Continue reading

Category: Metrics, Social media, Tutorials
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September 14, 2009

Use the Web to improve your community

by JD Lasica

Mozilla Service Week offers ideas to help you put technology to good use Socialbrite is a partner in Mozilla Service Week, which runs today through next Monday. The initiative inspires tech companies across the globe to offer their talent and expertise to local organizations that need their assistance. Here’s a quick overview from our friends at Mozilla: “During the week … Continue reading

August 20, 2009

5 steps to a successful social media strategy

by Amy Sample Ward

Social media, as many have said time and again, is only part of your campaigning, part of your fundraising, and part of your communications. It isn’t something that lives in its own department, nor does it have staff that are separate from the rest of the organization. Just as the content distributed and conversations participated in are integrated into many … Continue reading