Not all nonprofits want your help. They want a board, but they don’t want its help.
I know this because I was recently a member of such a board.
The small, local nonprofit had been started by someone (the executive director) who firmly believed that she knew what was best for it — its social media, its marketing, its direction, its funding. (more…)
A couple of months ago, I started to notice that my Klout score, usually at least 62, was slipping. Not all of my posts, Tweets, and so forth appeared under Klout’s Recent Activity.
Klout, for the uninitiated, bills itself as a way to track and measure your social influence. When it became popular, sometime in 2010, the buzz was that potential clients and bosses would check your Klout score. If it was below 50 or 60 (or 70 or 80, who knows), you didn’t stand a chance of getting hired in the social media/web arena. (more…)
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