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5 Simple Tips For Fundraising with Social Media - Salesforce Marketing Cloud

5 Simple Tips For Fundraising with Social Media - Salesforce Marketing Cloud | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

Social media platforms enable you to drive awareness to your cause(s) and they can play a key role in your organization’s fundraising efforts. For instance, the Amora family, detailed in Facebook’s latest Facebook Stories feature, set up their Maven’s Heart FundPage and surpassed their goal of one million pesos for baby Maven’s heart surgery.  It’s a great story, and was helped along through the family’s social media efforts.

Let’s take a look at ways social media can assist with fundraising for your organization. And use these Tweet buttons to share the tips with others.

1. Tell Your Story

Through your organization’s YouTube channel, share a video that gives your audience some context to your fundraising efforts.  Don’t simply ask your community for their hard earned-money, show them who and what will benefit from their donations.  Looking to raise money for a Children’s Hospital (see below)? Let your community have a virtual look at your facility, and some of the people that stand to benefit from your efforts.

 

Read more: http://www.radian6.com/blog/2013/02/5-simple-tips-for-fundraising-with-social-media/

 

 

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26 Tips for Managing a Social Media Community | Social Media Examiner

26 Tips for Managing a Social Media Community | Social Media Examiner | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

You're a community manager, or you want learn to be more effective in your presence in social media, this blog will give you many ideas on this subject. As usual Social Media Examiner provide us an interesting and very useful content. Go ahead and share it too. [note Martin Gysler]

 

Social media community management: Follow these tips to learn how to exercise good social etiquette and manage your social networking communities.

 

Do you wonder how to go about exercising good social etiquette and managing your social networking communities, all at the same time?

Social media community management has expanded into a growing field and there’s a lot to think about.

In this post, I’ll cover 26 tips, an A-Z guide, on ways to manage your company‘s presence.

 

Read more: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/social-media-community-management/


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DelaneyKMedia's comment, February 7, 2013 12:50 AM
Great resource for those of us interested in digital marketing and social media! Thanks for sharing!
Martin Gysler's comment, February 7, 2013 3:55 AM
I'm glad you like it ;-)
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The Death Of SEO: The Rise of Social, PR, And Real Content - Forbes

The Death Of SEO: The Rise of Social, PR, And Real Content - Forbes | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

This article has been ranked #1 on all of Forbes and has “rankled” thousands of people. There have been industry experts rise up in defense and offense to what was said here. At last count 489 comments have been made. We stirred a hornets nest. In the end I modified some of my thesis, but stuck stronger than ever to other parts of it. When you are done you may want to read these comments, Death of SEO (Part 2), and this final link also “My Final Comment on my ‘Death of SEO’ article on Forbes” – Ken Krogue

 

 

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Interesting to understand the new tendencies on Internet Marketing

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10 Steps to Create a LinkedIn Company Page - Forbes

10 Steps to Create a LinkedIn Company Page - Forbes | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it
(Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife) A LinkedIn Company Page gives a business a fantastic opportunity to promote its products and services, recruit top talent, and share important, interesting, and useful updates.

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Thanks Steve! that is what we need for whatisfitcion.org

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5 Simple Tips For Fundraising with Social Media - Salesforce Marketing Cloud

5 Simple Tips For Fundraising with Social Media - Salesforce Marketing Cloud | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

Social media platforms enable you to drive awareness to your cause(s) and they can play a key role in your organization’s fundraising efforts. For instance, the Amora family, detailed in Facebook’s latest Facebook Stories feature, set up their Maven’s Heart FundPage and surpassed their goal of one million pesos for baby Maven’s heart surgery.  It’s a great story, and was helped along through the family’s social media efforts.

Let’s take a look at ways social media can assist with fundraising for your organization. And use these Tweet buttons to share the tips with others.

1. Tell Your Story

Through your organization’s YouTube channel, share a video that gives your audience some context to your fundraising efforts.  Don’t simply ask your community for their hard earned-money, show them who and what will benefit from their donations.  Looking to raise money for a Children’s Hospital (see below)? Let your community have a virtual look at your facility, and some of the people that stand to benefit from your efforts.

 

Read more: http://www.radian6.com/blog/2013/02/5-simple-tips-for-fundraising-with-social-media/

 

 

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Discover, Collect And Share Any Content On The Web With Fandrop

Discover, Collect And Share Any Content On The Web With Fandrop | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

Fandrop is the hub for you to discover and share any content on the web.


From "About" page on official site:
"You take the coolest experiences of online surfing and drop them all into one spot, you get Fandrop. Fandrop is the place for you to connect with others just like you and share the joy, love, and laughter.
Key features are:
- Save Your Favorite Videos;
- Collect Cool Content;
- Save Awesome Articles;
- Collaborate On Projects;
- Save Webpages;
- Plan A Vacation..."

 


Excerpted from review article on TechCrunch:
"Fandrop, a new content sharing site, is debuting today to help you find out what’s trending across the web. The site surfaces things like tweets and Facebook posts, YouTube videos, images from sites like imgur, articles, web pages, and more. In some ways, it’s similar to other social networks and social sharing sites, in that you can friend and follow other users, create profiles, build collections of content, and post things you find to the Fandrop platform.

All the content on Fandrop’s site is user-submitted, either through an online form, bookmarklet, or through the import of feeds from Facebook, Twitter, for example.

When you go to the homepage today, it’s a mix of clickable distractions – funny videos, gifs, photos, posts, music videos and more. You can explore different categories such as “celebs,” “tech,” “sports,” or “aww,” the latter which features a lot of cute animal photos and videos. You can also create an account in order to build and share your own collections. When you find something on the site you like, you can vote it up Digg-style, or share it to social networks.

Fandrop is not open to the public yet, but 1,000 TechCrunch readers can get in by using this link: www.fandrop.com/techcrunch

Check out it: http://www.fandrop.com

"About" page: http://www.fandrop.com/about

Review article on TechCrunch: http://techcrunch.com/2013/02/14/fandrop-debuts-a-digg-like-service-for-viral-media-hacks-its-way-to-over-1-million-pageviews-monthly/

Introducing video about Fandrop: http://youtu.be/_REaOwNNgFA




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Looks interesting, thanks for share it ;)

 

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Dawne Tortorella's curator insight, February 16, 2013 7:27 PM

Another social curation tool worth checking out.

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Does Doing More with Less Mean Delivering More with Less? | AT&T Networking Exchange Blog

Does Doing More with Less Mean Delivering More with Less? | AT&T Networking Exchange Blog | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it
Growth Hacking Hacks Its Way into Intrapreneurial Businesses

 

We need to do more with less. Sound familiar? This is a statement I hear in almost every strategy and planning meeting I attend on behalf of enterprise and startup clients alike. The idea of course is to accomplish great feats, beyond the output or achievements of years gone by, without the previous resources exploited over time.

 

Several years ago, I adopted a way of thinking to help me realize that how things are done today isn’t indicative of how they could be done. As such, I’ve adopted a mantra of “constraint forces creativity.” Constraint isn’t defined by cash flow or edicts, but instead the restriction of the boundaries that confine us to customary processes and views.

Innovation and risk taking often carry too much of a cost to bear for some companies. It’s more than finances however. Exploring new solutions also presents a significant opportunity cost that may in fact signify doing more with more rather than doing more with less. This presents a catch 22 of sorts. If you effectively “do more with less,” you may actually deliver less with less. If you discover ways to creatively excel, the pervasive culture of optimizing and operationalizing business practices may not truly appreciate the extent of your (and your team’s) sacrifices. New ideas often die on the vine.

 

Read more at: http://shar.es/YRCIQ via @ATTBusiness

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KaaS, Marketing Tools and there is a lot of smart things

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Facebook Will Unveil A New Look For Your News Feed On March 7

Facebook Will Unveil A New Look For Your News Feed On March 7 | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

Facebook has scheduled a press event at its Menlo Park, Calif., HQ, for 10 a.m. PST. to launch a new redesign of the News Feed in your Facebook account.

Here's a copy of the press invitation:


Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-will-unveil-a-new-look-news-fee-2013-3#ixzz2MM7paqrX

 

 

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Business blogging: build your editorial calendar with these 4 things in mind

Business blogging: build your editorial calendar with these 4 things in mind | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

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3. Who will write each article?

Will you write every article? Or will you hire someone to “ghost write” on your behalf?

You can also consider spreading the responsibility around your team – this allows for a variety of different topics and points of view.

Or consider asking industry experts to appear as guest writers on occasion. If they have a strong following, their articles can bring a new audience to your blog. That’s just one of many business benefits you can reap by bringing on guest bloggers.


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The 36 Rules of Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

The 36 Rules of Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC] | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

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Josie's curator insight, August 26, 2013 9:31 AM

36 Commonsense rules that make a difference and sheds clarity!

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 27, 2013 2:45 PM

Practical rules for social media newbies and good reminders for those with more experience.

Robin Webb's curator insight, May 14, 12:56 PM

Type 1, the visual article- interesting information, but the many different colors and fonts are distracting and make it hard to follow.

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Content Curation: 7 Ways To Curate Other People’s Content By Heidi Cohen

Content Curation: 7 Ways To Curate Other People’s Content By Heidi Cohen | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article by Heidi Cohen:

"Content curation involves using the  unique taste and understanding of their your target audience that only people can provide to create new and value added content. The curator carefully selects from the mass of content available and presents it in an easy to consume format. This process highlights other people’s content as well as your organization’s older content in the context of your brand to support your marketing and business objectives.

Here are seven ways to curate other people’s content presenting the information in a way that highlights your brand and point of view to attract your audience.
1) Offer link love.
2) Collect a “Best of List”.
3) Round up posts.
4) Research review.
5) Create a Top 10 List.
6) Add commentary to someone else’s column.
7) Leverage second rights.

Read full and detailed article here:
http://heidicohen.com/7-ways-to-curate-content-without-working-too-hard/

 


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Nacho Vega's curator insight, February 14, 2013 5:30 AM

Interesting post

Debbie Ellard's curator insight, February 16, 2013 5:07 PM

How to use valuable content with a fresh perspective while giving credit to all.

Regis Pelletier's curator insight, February 26, 2013 8:50 PM

Wow just discoved this today

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China Has Found A Brutally Simple Way To Steal Corporate Secrets

China Has Found A Brutally Simple Way To Steal Corporate Secrets | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it

According to Mandiant, what China's hacking program coordinators do is seek students with outstanding English skills who are handpicked for "Advanced Persistent Threat" training (APT). The APT teams are broken down into groups and divided among locations in and around Shanghai, universities, commercial corridors, and largely innocuous places.

Wherever they go, each team is assigned a Military Unit Cover Designator (MUCD). The MUCD is a five-digit number by which the unit, its people, its location, and its work is referred to. The designation makes the teams more difficult to isolate and track.

MUCDs report all the way up to the Chinese equivalent to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, according to Mandiant. That implies this practice is part of China's overt military policy against foreign nations.

Mandiant offers an example of the type of expertise required: 

Covert communicationsEnglish linguisticsOperating system internalsDigital signal processingNetwork security

The needs are then broken down further into Profession Codes — such as 080902 for Circuits & Systems — Required Proficiencies — such as 101 for political, 201 for English, etc


Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/mandiant-report-chinese-hacking-explained-how-it-really-works-full-report-downloaded-highlights-2013-2#ixzz2LRzpPBcY

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Hacking: only from China?... India, Pakistan and Rusia where??, but there is no way to detect a hacker with a bot net, this is more about buzz to restrict internet in US or a way to send NATO troops to China, the problem is the security, there are a lot of companies still using stupidity1234 or m1n4me as passwords, md5 hash or non encrypted pass in DBs or people with full access without any knowledge about computer security, so what can they expect?

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30 Terrible Pieces of Social Media Advice You Should Ignore

30 Terrible Pieces of Social Media Advice You Should Ignore | Marketing, Social Network, SEO, Hacking, Viral Media, Buzz | Scoop.it
Don't be fooled by this terrible social media marketing advice.

 

There are a lot of so-called “social media experts” out there. Dishing out advice, sometimes based on limited experiences, and sometimes based on nothing at all. Even the true social media experts sometimes share some misguided advice based on their beliefs and experiences. So with all this bad advice floating around the web, how do you distinguish between what you should -- and shouldn't -- believe?

 

Have no fear! We’re here to share some of the worst pieces of social media advice we've seen to debunk all those misguided "best practices" and steer you in the right direction toward social media marketing truth and justice.


Read more: http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/34180/30-Terrible-Pieces-of-Social-Media-Advice-You-Should-Ignore.aspx#ixzz2LGyohnqO

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I am facebook expert hahaha, joke, joke

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