Creating an Integrated, Layered User Experience Across Your Social Media Pages

I was researching an organization last week and visited their website, blog and social media pages. The website was nicely designed, easy to navigate, and had good information.  The blog was terrific and I quickly subscribed to the RSS feed.  When I got to the organization’s social media pages, I was sorely disappointed.  Their Twitter […]

National Day of Action on 8/25th: CitizenEffect, Social Media Club, and More to Help the Gulf

Guest blog post by Jill Foster Since joining CitizenEffect’s Gulf fact-finding mission trip last month (also called the #CitizenGulf project), it’s been a non-stop learning curve on my end, plus tough emotional processing. The social media factor and the #CitizenGulf fact-finding trip CitizenEffect, a nonprofit that helps anyone online be a citizen philanthropist, formed the […]

Do You Really Need 500 Friends on That Social Network? Is It Time to Unfriend Some People?

I was talking to one of the Cat Herders (Project Manager) at Matrix Group today.  She said she was trimming her Facebook friend list and unfriending some people.  Unfriending.  It sounds so… ummmm… unfriendly. Facebook says that the average user has 130 friends but I know people who have hundreds, even thousands of friends.  500 […]