Facebook Fail: Posting via Other Apps Can Cut Likes & Comments by 88% [STUDY]
Posting to your Facebook Page via third-party apps may decrease the likelihood that your fans will engage with your content.
Every Circle Wants to Be a Triangle When It Grows Up
Most associations work in a hierarchical, triangular fashion. But the Stanford Social Innovation Review writes that circles may be a better model for organizing people and positions to foster true innovation and growth.
How Do You Train Your Staff on Your Social Media Policies?
This quirky three-and-a-half minute video, produced by Dartmouth-Hitchcock health systems, gives some common sense tips about how to set guidelines for employees or volunteers who use social media to promote and discuss your organization on social media platforms.
Leaders Need Time to Think
Tamara Lucas Copeland
In our fast-paced world where multitasking is the norm, taking time out to sit, read, think and reflect can help you become a better visionary for your association. Here, one association director recounts how she made the transition from manager to leader by carving out time to do nothing but be silent and think.
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October 13, 2011
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