That’s 95,757 #DF14 tweets over 3 days for those of you keeping track at home!!Read More
Blackbaud’s BBCON Conference came and went this year, but that doesn’t mean that it didn’t impress! From October 1st to October 9th there were 4,535 #BBCON tweets talking about everything from the keynote speakers, the introduction of RENXT, raising money for Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee and Phil Vasser.
We’ve analyzed all 4,535 tweets and here’s our social recap of #BBCON.Read More
Last week was the 9th Annual Bridge to Integrated Marketing & Fundraising Conference, also known as Bridge Conference, BridgeConf and #Bridge14 for short. Speakers included a wide array of people from organizations like Sierra Club, Humane Society International, American Institute of Architects Foundation, American Red Cross, National Wildlife Federation, Wounded Warrior Project and more. Sessions ranged from direct marketing to planned giving, data and analytics to lessons and case studies to digital, web, email, social and mobile marketing.
Since last year’s BridgeConf was the first conference where we used Radian6 to analyze the #AtTheBridge tweets from the event, we just had to do it again and compare the data!Read More
Facebook has updated their algorithm, again. As a result of an increasing amount of content available to Facebook consumers, it seems that the best way for brands to reach their fans these days is by paying. Ultimately, wherever your opinion of the changes falls on the spectrum, it can’t be denied that the new, unnamed algorithm (formerly Edgerank) generated a lot of chatter in the marketing world, with an onslaught of suggestions pouring out from social media blogs across the web.
Despite all the uproar surrounding changes on Facebook, there seems to be a lot of ways to adapt, expand, grow, learn and succeed! These 8 tips on how your nonprofit can continue to stay in your constituents news feeds, come to us from Stayclassy.org.Read More
Were you at NTEN.org’s Nonprofit Technology Conference last week? We were and we had a blast! Even if you weren’t in physical attendance, there was plenty happening online. From tweets to live streaming, you could participate no matter your actual location. Below are some anecdotes of both the physical and digital impressions of the conference that I witnessed in DC and digitally with the help of Radian6.
During the Plenary on Thursday, the first day of #14NTC, the DoGooder awards were presented and one of the videos presented was this pop-up video style music video from the Canadian Cancer Society about the #Nutiquette or the dude’s guide to checking his nuts. It is pretty entertaining, informational, and safe for work:
Admit it – you laughed :p We all did!Read More