Image by jeffisageek on Flickr Print out this cheat sheet to keep tab on the top tags During the holiday break, Socialbrite is updating and republishing one of our most popular posts from last year. By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff Sending a tweet into the Twitterverse without a proper tag is like stocking a library […]
Archives for December 2011
We’ve been working at a breakneck pace for much of 2011, publishing an original article nearly every weekday to help nonprofits, social enterprises, cause organizations and businesses learn how to effectively use social media for your organization. Now it’s time to take a cue from our mellow springer spaniel/cocker spaniel mix, Casey. We’re turning our […]
Perhaps you’ve started celebrating Hannukah, or you’re counting down the hours until Christmas Day. In the midst of your holiday cheer, which is well-deserved and much needed, would you take a moment to give a really great gift to nonprofits worldwide? All it will take is one click. I’m serious. Here are the deets: Next […]
Google+ rolled out its Ripples feature a few weeks ago, with just a hint of data potential within Google+ for marketing and engagement. Google+ Ripples is really the first set of metrics we’ve seen from Google around Google+. It’s not enough, of course, but worth parsing because it hints at what is to come from Google. It also offers Google+ users relevant information about the use of circles, G+ influence, and how data is spread.
“It’s Time,” a nonprofit viral video from Australia, shows the power of YouTube for raising awareness. Project 4 Awesome on YouTube: 5 years of online community organizing Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, social enterprises, cause organizations, NGOs, brands, businesses, Web publishers, educators, journalists, general public. Guest post by Hunter Walk Director, Product Management, YouTube In 2007, […]