Innovation

Coming Soon–I Hope!

There’s been a discussion going on among some of the American Cancer Society’s Futuring & Innovations community about moving from typical face to face meetings to using virtual meetings. There are three reasons why any organization, especially nonprofits, should look at increasing their use of virtual meetings. Budget impact. It’s just flat expensive to travel compared to the cost of ...

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More On Twitter

Mike Santoro, over at Perfect Pitch has some great links to posts about Twitter, the microblogging Web site. If you don’t know what Twitter is, check out the links he gives. Responding to popular demand (well, okay, one demand:-) here’s a link to my Twitter home page. Feel free to follow me.

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Blogging from National Volunteer Health Associaton Conference

I presented today at the National Volunteer Health Assoication Conference on User Generated Content so I didn’t have a lot of time to post about it. However Elle Waters tweeted the whole thing so here is quick re-cap of the conference from her. ======================================== listening to talk on muscular dystrophy association online chat rooms, in existence since 2000, wow! way ...

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SXSW Panel: How To Market Your Blogs & Vlogs

No matter what topics you blog on, the key to growing your audience is directly tied to your ability to network in the real world. This was the consensus of the panel and many members in the audience. Yes, you should market yourself, your company, and your blog in the blogosphere, but you should also “get real.” Sometimes there’s no ...

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