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R U a Twit – or, is that a Tweeter, how about a Tweet? – June 2nd Meeting

Two news pieces should make you reconsider your approach to Twitter: On May 19th Google and Twitter accounced that Twitter posts and profiles are now showing up in Google search result pages.  Techsoup Global announced the launch of #NPTechChat, a new Global Twitter-Chat for social change activists. The first event will take place May 27th at 1pm EST. You can read all about it via Netsquared blog  – Come to our Tech4Good SWFL meeting to learn how to participate and brush up on  your organization’s Twitter presence. 

Twitter is much more than Tweeting about your lunch. In fact, Twitter is one of the most valuable tools that you can have in your marketing program. Learn about how to more effectively use Twitter and make it work harder for you using the powerful TwitterChats for nonprofits.

What is a TwitterChat and how to make the most of it?

TwitterChats are the best method for catching up with your peers on Twitter, make new connections, and quickly get the newest nonprofit or technology buzz. TwitterChats are events scheduled and conducted mostly for one hour on Twitter, using a specific #hashtag and a topic.

In this session we will show you  how you can participate in a Twitter chat to get the maximum benefit. We will also show you how to easily be a Twitterchat facilitator.

We will review current examples of active and regularly scheduled Twitter chats in the field of nonprofit organizations. These include:  #fundchat #storymaker2014 and #commbuild

Following the  formal presentation we will hold an extensive Q & A session about Twitter for nonprofits. Follow @t4gswfl before, during and after the meeting.

Bring your Twitter question, and your Twitter woes, discuss ways to web your network on Twitter to donors, peers, fellow advocates and free agents.

We invite all local nonprofit organizations to network, learn, test and explore new technologies, exchange ideas,and best practices.  #nptech #t4gswfl #501swfl #net2


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Social Media Surgery – 501 TechClub SWFL Netsquared February 4, 2014

Cutting Out the Bad and Fixing What Ails Your Social Media Programs 

The Doctor Is InSocial Media Doctors are in and ready to get to work. Your appointment is confirmed for a complete check-up. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google + or any of the other Social Media outlets that are causing you pain, come and have the Doctors help you find a cure.

Part of your therapy is to participate in a group with others who have some of the same symptoms and conditions. Confirm your appointment, put us on the calendar and bring your ailments to us. 

Tuesday, February 4, 2014
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Venture X – Office Space in Naples
9128 Strada Place, Naples, FL (map)

Meeting Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Program
  • Pizza and soft drinks for every one.

As always, the event is free of charge but RSVP is requested (as we need to know how much food and soft drinks we need to bring:-)

Hosted by : James McDonald, NFN Education & Birgit Pauli-Haack, NFN4Good


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Q & A Eric Henderson and MarketsForGood on #Commbuild

501_Tech_Club_logoThis week’s #Commbuild TwitterChat will experiment with a Q&A focusing on the work of one online community builder: Eric J. Henderson, tweeting for @MarketsforGood

Tune it via Tweetchat website and join the conversation December 10th at 1pm EST

Facilitator will be Julia Smith @juliacsmith,Community Development Manager at NTEN

Markets for Good

Markets For Good - logoMarkets for Good is an effort by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundationthe William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, and the progressive financial firm Liquidnet to improve the system for generating, sharing, and acting upon data and information in the social sector. Our vision is of a social sector powered by information, where interventions are more effective and innovative, where capital flows efficiently to the organizations that are having the greatest impact, and where there is a dynamic culture of continuous learning and development.

Eric J Henderson, Markets For GoodEric J. Henderson is a veteran communications professional. He has held management roles in marketing and communications at GE, Citigroup, and Pepsi-Cola, among others. In the nonprofit sector, he served as a member of the start-up team for Management Leadership For Tomorrow and later as Director of Communications for Living Cities. Eric is also a blogger for The Huffington Post, a published writer, and a fine art photographer. He holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.


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