Federal Agencies Urged to Cancel Their Washington Post and New York Times Subscriptions

Moery Company

Recent news of federal agencies being urged to cancel their Washington Post and New York Times subscriptions could have a huge impact on the associations that advertise in the special edition publications. Marketing Social Media

Mizz Information: New York Times and Other Excitement

Mizz Information

New York Times and Other Excitement. Thanks to the fact that my friend Tonia Ries is a rockstar, the story got picked up by the New York Times , so I will now be able to go down in history--much to my mothers chagrin--as the mom who helped her 13 year old lie to get on Facebook. In case youre interested in the non-social media side of me, I do love me some Pinterest. Mizz Information. Wednesday, November 16, 2011.

Mizz Information: BlogWorld Expo New York Recap

Mizz Information

BlogWorld Expo New York Recap. Network Solutions took my photo with Cloris Leachman (sort of) and I got to say hi to the Kevin Bacon of the social media world, Shashi Bellamkonda. Also great chance meeting with college friend who, along with his girlfriend who turned out to be a kindred community management/social media Koolaid drinking soul, took me out for dinner at awesome restaurant in a chichi part of NYC I never would have otherwise seen.

State Department Social Media Visa Policy Draws Pushback

Associations Now

A policy that would compel visa applicants to the United States to share five years of details about their social media use could chill inbound U.S. they’ll soon have to offer up their social media information with the application.

Association Social Media Jobs – Digital – October 27

SocialFish

We focus on jobs in social media , marketing , communications , PR , advocacy , digital and technology. Here’s the latest DIGITAL marketing jobs from the SocialFish job board !

Why Komen Was Destined to Clash with Social Media

SocialFish

This is a guest post by Kami Watson Huyse, CEO of Zoetica Media and editor of the Communications Overtones blog. The considerable political and media prowess of Planned Parenthood, and some past concerns with Komen sealed the deal. via the New York Times ).

A Little Privacy, Please! Your Rights and Social Media Policies

SocialFish

Got something related to B2B, association or nonprofit social media you think would interest SocialFish readers? If social media websites really did respect your privacy, would policies be so littered with jargon that the entire document reads like fine print?

What every social media marketer should know about the 2013 FTC guidelines

SocialFish

Social Media Ethics Briefing: Staying Out of Trouble — presented by Andy Sernovitz from SocialMedia.org on Vimeo. In his BlogWell New York ethics briefing, SocialMedia.org’s CEO, Andy Sernovitz, shared his recommendations on how to stay safe and ethical in social media.

Time to Declare Independence From Social Media?

Associations Now

The reason that Facebook has become such a powerful and important social media outlet is its wide reach and ability to drive lots of traffic and conversation. Time for a New Direction? The web is already decentralized,” Berners-Lee told The New York Times last month.

Two Social Media Toolkit Examples and Other Goodies

SocialFish

Social Media Metrics for Federal Agencies – new toolkit for federal agencies, which could be useful for associations and nonprofits as well. Social media is transforming how government engages with citizens and how it delivers service. Agencies are using social media to share information and deliver service more quickly and effectively than ever before. Part 1: Social Media Metrics and Social Data: Why They Matter.

Social Media Roundup: The NYPD’s Social Media Crossfire

Associations Now

A big-city police department’s kerfuffle reminds us that, depending on the topic and the audience, social media campaigns can sometimes do more harm than good. Some lessons in today’s Social Media Roundup: A Five-O #NoNo.

A Little Privacy, Please! Your Rights and Social Media Policies

SocialFish

Got something related to B2B, association or nonprofit social media you think would interest SocialFish readers? If social media websites really did respect your privacy, would policies be so littered with jargon that the entire document reads like fine print?

Social Media and Shiny Object Syndrome

Associations Now

Resist the urge to jump head first into social media. Find out how two association marketers developed a streamlined social media strategy for their national and affiliate offices to complement and enhance their overall marketing plan. Do you have a social media strategy?

Six social media tactical articles you need to read

SocialFish

In no particular order: Social Media Demographics: The Surprising Identity Of Each Major Social Network (Business Insider). The latest demographic info for each of the major social sites. 3 improved social media metrics to implement in 2014 (SBOSM).

Humanize in Action: great social media is possible even in a regulated industry

SocialFish

Can a bank be a social business? TD Bank Group: Becoming a Social Business: Connecting TD Customers & Employees — presented by Wendy Arnott from SocialMedia.org on Vimeo. In fact, she asks, “Can a bank be a social business?” and “What elements can social play in this?”

Six social media tactical articles you need to read

SocialFish

In no particular order: Social Media Demographics: The Surprising Identity Of Each Major Social Network (Business Insider). The latest demographic info for each of the major social sites. 3 improved social media metrics to implement in 2014 (SBOSM).

Association Social Media: The American Institute of Architects (AIA)

SocialFish

——————— Please welcome Sybil Walker Barnes, CAE, Director of Social Engagement at the American Institute of Architects to the SocialFish stage! As Director of Social Engagement, my role is part of the Strategic Communications and Marketing team.

Alumni Associations Use Social Media to Reinvent Donation Drives

Associations Now

In both the United States and Europe, college alumni associations are using their social channels to help boost engagement with—and donations from—former students. stalwart, a victory it trumpeted on its social channels (obviously).

Two Social Media Toolkit Examples and Other Goodies

SocialFish

Social Media Metrics for Federal Agencies - new toolkit for federal agencies, which could be useful for associations and nonprofits as well. “Social media is transforming how government engages with citizens and how it delivers service.

Social Media Roundup: The Glasslash Begins

Associations Now

Read one Glass user’s breakup story in today’s Social Media Roundup: It’s Not Me, It’s You. | @LanceUlanoff is tired of "feeling ridiculous” by wearing Google Glass. Our mission is to bring StoryCorps to the people,” Isay told The New York Times.

Social Media Roundup: The Best TED Talks for Association Pros

Associations Now

In today’s Social Media Roundup, we’re highlighting some of the presentations most worth your time. “ Doing Good Online ,” by Beth Kanter, an expert on nonprofits’ use of social media.

Social Media Roundup: Is Engaging Without Metrics Really Engagement?

Associations Now

Also: What associations can borrow back from the new membership approach at Slate. A good point to ponder in today’s Social Media Roundup: Metrics Matter. Old Paywalls & New Membership Models (via @avectra ) [link] #assnchat.

Social Media Roundup: Lessons From a Customer Service Fail

Associations Now

How one hotel learned this the hard way in today’s Social Media Roundup: How Not To Handle Bad Reviews. ” Naturally, the attention to the policy brought by Business Insider and New York Post stories has led to the hotel’s Yelp page being flooded with 1-star reviews.

Social Media Roundup: Real-Time Analytics, in the Flesh

Associations Now

Read all about it in today’s Social Media Roundup: Check the Pulse. “I asked my older brother Ken how he got along with everyone at the New York bakery he helped manage. A SXSW event pumped up the crowd—literally—with the help of some digital wristbands.

Go to the Social Media Risk Management Conference – Dec 13-14, NYC

SocialFish

Feel like a trip to New York City for some holiday shopping? Why not make it a business trip and attend this important conference on Social Media Risk Management, December 13-14?

Social Media Roundup: The Battle of the Tweets

Associations Now

A new tool highlights what fuels retweets on Twitter. Learn from some automated evaluations in today’s Social Media Roundup: Predicting Success on Twitter. The post Social Media Roundup: The Battle of the Tweets appeared first on Associations Now

A Nonprofit’s Legal Counsel Is The Social Media Manager’s Best Friend!

Beth Kanter

And let me say upfront, I respect lawyers and legal issues that nonprofits and foundations have to navigate around social media. Often, the lawyers start from a position of fear and declare that no one can use social via work. Legal Issues and Social Media.

Social Media Roundup: Is Your Conference Location Walkable Enough?

Associations Now

A new study on walkability raises some interesting questions about meeting locations. Not necessarily, but a new study raises interesting questions about walkability and urban planning. Jump feet first into the issue in today’s Social Media Roundup: Watch Where You Step.

Social Media for the C-Suite: Avoid Saying Stupid Things

Associations Now

Mashable writer Todd Wasserman , in a smart piece on how not to make that sort of mistake, points out Canon’s classy way of avoiding the same fate —it turned its social updates off that day. Every time you turn around, it seems someone is saying something stupid on social media. Dickinson (until last week) was the chief technical officer at Business Insider , an online publication known for its social media savvy.

Social Media Roundup: More Deep Thoughts on Internships

Associations Now

Also: traditional media’s increasing embrace of events. An intern’s take on the value of internships, in today’s Social Media Roundup: What a Former Intern Says. Old Media, New Events. Media outlets embrace conferences as profits rise.

Social Media Roundup: The World Is Your Blog’s Oyster

Associations Now

Put yourself on equal footing with the world’s largest media outlets. Learn more in today’s Social Media Roundup: Out With the Newspaper, in With Your Blog. When it comes to reader attention, I am competing on an equal footing with The New York Freaking Times!”

Are You Trying Social Media Contests to Promote Your Conference? [CASE STUDY: AILA]

SocialFish

In addition to her practice, Lindsay is an adjunct professor of immigration law at New York Law School. Camille Mackler has been practicing immigration law since graduating from New York Law School in 2006. Located in New York City, we were the east coast representatives.

Social Media Roundup: The Debut of Twitter’s “Buy Now” Button

Associations Now

Plus: what to consider before buying a new content management system. Twitter is officially entering the world of e-commerce, rolling out a new “buy now” button for a small number of members before more users get a look at it. Find out in today’s Social Media Roundup.

How the Pope Is Connecting with Younger Generations on Social Media: Pope Emojis

Beth Kanter

As you probably know, the Pope is visiting the United States this week in Washington, DC; Philadelphia; and New York City. Unless the church engages social media, he said, “we will wind up talking to ourselves.”.

Social Media Roundup: The Rise of Conferences for Women, by Women

Associations Now

Plus: Should an intern handle all of your social media? Learn more about the movement in today’s Social Media Roundup: Women in the Driver’s Seat. Are feminist conferences the new consciousness-raising?

Failure is good: it's about learning. Mistakes are bad execution

Jamie Notter

On Tuesday, Maddie and I presented at the Blogworld New York conference, along with Amy Sample Ward from NTEN. Failure is when you are trying something new, and you don’t know ahead of time how to make it successful. You could try an event blog for an association that hasn’t done much social media. Some mistakes are simple oversights, some are errors in judgment and some are decisions to try new things that don’t work out. Social Media.

Social Media Roundup: A Glaring Example of Leadership Disparity

Associations Now

This issue, and more, in today’s Social Media Roundup: Missing in Action. "The The conference, which focuses on the future of the media, notoriously sees a small number of women attendees year after year.

Social Media Roundup: From Big Ideas To Practice

Associations Now

Apply these ideas from The Atlantic’s New York Ideas Conference to your social media strategy. Also: Gather some knowledge from Forbes’ Top 50 Social Media Influencers list. What do you get when you place some of the world’s most influential social media and consumer thinkers in one room? That and more in today’s Social Media Roundup: Social Thinking.

Social Media Roundup: Turbulence Ahead for Frequent Flyers

Associations Now

The details, and more, in today’s Social Media Roundup: FREQUENT FLYER CHANGES. "Frequent It’s one of several modifications to the popular airline programs, conveniently compiled by The New York Times.

Social Media Roundup: Team-Building for Oenophiles

Associations Now

Business retreats perfectly designed for wine lovers, and more, in today’s Social Media Roundup: Retreating At A Winery. This New York Times article explains how some wineries organize retreats.

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