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BREAKING: LinkedIn is Shutting off the Jobs Tab for Groups

IMPORTANT:  I submitted a ticket to LinkedIn last week, because despite all my best efforts, I was unable to set an organization’s group settings to allow the Jobs tab. Here’s the normal settings page, where you click to “enable the jobs feature” As you can see, I selected that. Then I go back to my […]

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How to Motivate Young Employees to Volunteer

From elementary through high school, many students participate in community volunteer projects through their school or extracurricular activities. Generally someone coordinates these activities and students simply show up, are told what to do, and have fun while serving their community. One of the main incentives for participation is having a volunteer record for putting on […]

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What Associations Need to Know About Facebook’s API Changes

Ah, Facebook–that social network I love to hate, even though my career kind of depends on using it. For those of us in the association and nonprofit sectors, Facebook just got a lot harder to use effectively with the announcement that they’ve changed their API and eliminated the ability to modify link previews when posting links from a […]

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Social Media Stress is Real

Today, APA released the second part of their annual Stress in America™ report, which focuses on something that’s super real for me and, according to the report, 86% of US adults: social media stress. Apparently, I’m not the only one who is a “constant checker”–someone who constantly or frequently checks their email, texts and social media […]

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Preparing Your Online Community for the Digital Generation

This post originally appeared on the Higher Logic blog, where I’m posting an ongoing series related to Millennials and online community.  I’m excited to share them here for you over the next few months! Check out the other good stuff over on Higher Logic too.  And don’t forget that Higher Logic clients can have access to […]

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Five Cool Tools for Small Staff Associations

If millennials get a bad rap for job-hopping, apparently I was born ahead of my time given my track record over the past several years. In the past year and a half I’ve cycled through five jobs, finally landing at what I hope is my final destination for a long, long time (knock wood). I […]

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Association Social Media: Society for Vascular Ultrasound (SVU)

In this series of interviews of Association Social Media Managers, you’ll be able to compare notes on what all of these fab organizations are doing with their social media management – from how they organize the roles and responsibilities, to how they manage content flow through the organization and out to social, to what campaigns they […]

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Awesome Community Management Playbook

I love this Community Management Playbook from Yammer. Tons of good advice in here. “Online communities have taken hold among businesses, to connect employees, customers and partners. However, community management as a profession is largely misunderstood and inadequately resourced. We created this book to raise the literacy level among businesses on what community managers actually […]

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11 Things to Consider Before Hiring a 23 yea…err.. Someone to Run Your Social Media

This is a response to Hollis Thomases’ article ’11 Reasons a 23-Year-Old Shouldn’t Run Your Social Media’. Hello, I’m Ryan Crowe – I’m a 25 year old social media strategist and manager. I’ve made some choice edits to Hollis Thomases‘ article that appears in Inc. and Time. I’ve made some edits below that show that the article’s points do not just […]

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Introducing the Nimble Nonprofit Series

If there’s one thing the nonprofit world has in spades, it’s conventional wisdom. (The nonprofit has a few other things in spades, as well, like passion, commitment, and creativity, but those are topics for another day). Some of this conventional wisdom is actually quite useful. Wisdom really does accumulate over time in a community. But […]

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