Tag Archives: Pinterest

Spring cleaning: Clean up your digital (work) life

Well, spring has sprung! It’s a spectacular day here in Oakland and my mind is on spring cleaning. To make things simple, I’ve put together a checklist with ideas for cleaning up your digital work life.

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Nonprofit guide to social media demographics

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been looking at the demographics, traffic and stats of some popular social media sites including Twiiter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr and YouTube.
Here’s a round up in case you missed it. There’s lots of data and information here, which may help you decide when and if your nonprofit organization or social cause should use these tools.

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Friday Linx: Equality of hugs edition

Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. Today you’ll find items on free Facebook webinars, winning tactics and messaging, driving e-commerce with Pinterest and Facebook, resources from Idealware, and the new Google Analytics Easy Dashboard Library.

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Why I care about Pinterest

Recently a fellow ‘Winning the Internet’ blogger lamented on why she didn’t “care about Pinterest.” I promised her that I write a post to counter her position, and here it is!

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Friday Linx: Yum yum yum edition

Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. Today’s post includes my favorite cat video of all time and items on measuring pins to Pinterest from your site, Kony 2012, the new Facebook Causes, and conducting a professional photo shoot on the cheap.

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Why I don’t care about Pinterest

After several months of watching ambitious groups and social media gurus experiment, I’ve come to the conclusion that Pinterest can’t be used effectively by most organizations – at least not yet. In this post, I’ll tell you why.

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