Whew, that’s a mouthful! Over the last 12 months, I’ve been writing a (long-titled) book with my esteemed collegue, Melanie Mathos. We are thrilled that 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits: A Field Guide will be coming out in February 2012, and I’m sure I’ll write more about here on this blog. in the mean… Continue reading 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits
I’m one of those social media geeks that never stops talking about how important listening is. So I often find myself presenting a session on the topic, as I did at the 2010 Blackbaud Conference for Nonprofits. My good friend Danielle Brigida and I followed our session with a workshop where our students built a… Continue reading Social Media Listening – The Workshop!
It’s been a while since I’ve linked back to my nonprofit tech blog, Webby Things. It’s been hard lately to find the time to eek out posts on a regular basis, but I truly love working with and helping nonprofits. If you’re into that sort of thing, here are a few posts from the last… Continue reading Some Thoughts on Webby Things
During Peter Thum‘s keynote address at the 2008 Conference for Nonprofits, I snuck a few shots from under the North Charleston Performing Arts Center‘s giant red curtain.
Ha! I just rediscovered this shot while going through my Relay for Life stock. This couple was great. The shot might seem mundane, but there was definitely some flirting and occasional patting going on.
One of the things I enjoyed about Relay was all the activity happening at hours when we would normally be sleeping. Shag dancing, beauty pageants, and boccie ball normally happen during the day – not in the middle of the night. Despite the countless footballs and Frisbees flying around the infield, it was the volleyball… Continue reading Relay for Life – Part II
3 months ago when I decided to participate in Relay for Life, I had no idea what to expect. The event itself sounded cool, but I mainly focused on raising money. I wanted to do this for my Grandpa, my friend Alan, my uncle John, and my recently diagnosed Dad. I wanted to do this… Continue reading Relay for Life – Part I