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Share This! How Social Media and Relationships Can Drive Action

BY Anthony Russomano | Tuesday, October 26 2010

You know how to navigate social networking sites -- but do you know "why it’s good for your activism to talk about the World Cup on Twitter?"

If measuring the impact of your social networking strategy can have value beyond counting numbers of friends and followers, how do you get to the next step: leveraging the right audiences to lead to action?

Join the PdF Network on Thursday, October 28 as Deanna Zandt, media technologist, consultant, and author of Share This! How You Will Change the World with Social Networking, shows us how social media strategy and relationships come together to drive maximum impact in a networked world.

Thursday, October 28th at the PdF Network
"Share This!" How Social Media and Relationships Can Drive Action
1-2 p.m. EST

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Check out our upcoming PdF Network calls...

Nov. 11 | How to Lead "The Networked Nonprofit" | Allison Fine
Dec. 2 | Overcoming Apathy through Participation: How Smart Campaigns Use Social Media | Ethan Zuckerman
Dec. 16 | Culture Change: How DC's Office of the Chief Technology Officer is Driving Internal Change | Bryan Sivak

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Missed a call? Listen to a podcast of any one of our previous calls and learn about how to Google for votes, fundraising and organizing through Twitter, evaluating returns on investment in social media, how to pitch (and not pitch) a political blogger, building a social network, longtail nanotargeting, and more.

News Briefs

RSS Feed today >

First POST: All Against All

Why Uber isn't "the future" of cities; why journalists lost control of journalism; how Sean Parker is spending his political money; and much, much more. GO

friday >

First POST: Power Frames

The differences between "old power" and "new power"; Uber as a new/old power hybrid; debating Clay Shirky's feminist cred; and much, much more. GO

thursday >

First POST: Creeping

Senator Al Franken's tough questions for Uber's CEO; how the NSA could make its phone metadata program permanent; global privacy groups launch a personal spyware catcher called Detekt; and much, much more. GO

Recreation.gov and other Govt Projects Move Toward Embracing New Digital Approach

A draft request for proposals for the revamping of Recreation.gov will include a requirement that reservation availability data be publicly accessible and that all proposals detail how they will enable third-party sales, as two members of the United States Digital Services have joined the government team overseeing the RFP, meeting some key demands of civic technologists and consumer oriented technology companies. GO

wednesday >

First POST: Ubermenschens

Surge-pricing in effect for Uber privacy violations; why "privacy" policies should be called "data usage" policies; pols silent on Uber mess; and much, much more. GO

tuesday >

First POST: Uber Falles

Uber exposed for plan to dig up dirt on journalist critics; sneaking a SOPA provision into the USA Freedom Act; high-speed free WiFi coming to NYC; and much, much more. GO

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