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What Happens When You Introduce 350 Staff to Social Media
Posted on March 10th 2010
Other, Beth Kanter
I’m just back from the SXSW Interactive Festival where I was on a panel called “What Social Media Analytics Can’t Tell You” moderated by Alexandra Samuel of Vision Critical, Jeremiah Owyang, Crowd Companies, and Colby Flint, Discovery Channel. Here are some highlights.
Of course, it is important to CYA (Consult Your Attorney) and if you have established a good working relationship, you should be able navigate the legal issues that pop up around social media for nonprofits and not be so scared that you can’t follow social media best practices.
This is about Hurricane Sandy: "For weeks after the storm, the same network that helped rescue my parents has remained active on text, email, and social media. They have taken and posted pictures of the damage to my parents’ home (including three feet of flooding in their first floor), registered them with FEMA, and helped them begin the recovery process. "
The most recent Pew Internet Project Internet and technology use studies show how immersed teens and young adults are in the online environment and how tied they are to the mobile and social sides of it. Some 95% of teens ages 12-17 are online, 76% use social networking sites, and 77% have cell phones.
I love this stuff, but it could become a shiny object or distraction for nonprofits that have yet learned how to “jutjitsu” the small data sets they are collecting internally.
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