Using SocialMedia for thePublic Good
Agenda• Examples• Time Management• Social Media Policies
845M active users   190M users       150M users           155 million blogs483M log in each    65M tweets per   2 billion ...
What To Do WhenYou Don’t Have Much Time•   Set up a LinkedIn profile.•   Listen to what’s happening online.•   Participate...
Don’t Do This To Save          Time• Start posting without listening.• Automate cross-posting between sites.• Be absent & ...
A Word About Policies• Start with http://socialmedia.policytool.net/• Edit the boilerplate language as  necessary.• Exampl...
Resources•   LSNTAP - http://lsntap.org/•   Idealware - http://idealware.org/•   TechSoup - http://www.techsoup.org/•   NT...
Kate BladowStrategist, PoweredPursuitskbladow@poweredpursuits.com(406) 431-5597
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
Using Social Media for the Public Good
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A presentation for the March 2012 meeting of the Maryland Pro Bono Coordinating Council.

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Using Social Media for the Public Good

  1. 1. Using SocialMedia for thePublic Good
  2. 2. Agenda• Examples• Time Management• Social Media Policies
  3. 3. 845M active users 190M users 150M users 155 million blogs483M log in each 65M tweets per 2 billion searches 2 million postsday day for people a year indexed every day
  4. 4. What To Do WhenYou Don’t Have Much Time• Set up a LinkedIn profile.• Listen to what’s happening online.• Participate.• Create a community.
  5. 5. Don’t Do This To Save Time• Start posting without listening.• Automate cross-posting between sites.• Be absent & disengaged.
  6. 6. A Word About Policies• Start with http://socialmedia.policytool.net/• Edit the boilerplate language as necessary.• Examples – LSNTAP - http://lsntap.org/tech-library/social-media – AARP - http://www.slideshare.net/tammygordon/aarp-social-guidelines2010 – Red Cross - https://sites.google.com/site/wharman/social-media-strategy-handbook
  7. 7. Resources• LSNTAP - http://lsntap.org/• Idealware - http://idealware.org/• TechSoup - http://www.techsoup.org/• NTEN - http://www.nten.org/• Meetup - http://www.meetup.com/• GBTC Calendar - http://go.gb.tc/• Tech & Social Change Baltimore - http://www.meetup.com/Tech-Social-Change-Baltimore/
  8. 8. Kate BladowStrategist, PoweredPursuitskbladow@poweredpursuits.com(406) 431-5597
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