Washington, D.C. here I come! It’s my first visit to the nation’s capitol, and I’m pretty excited. Not only do I get to rub shoulders with some of the coolest and smartest people in the animal welfare world, I get to teach some of them about social media! This is the kind of thing I […]
So it seems like the tool you all most want to learn about is Twitter. There’s still a lot of mystery (and even animosity) surrounding Twitter, and I’m not entirely sure why. I think it’s easy to dismiss as something frivolous, faddy, and many people don’t see how it can benefit their nonprofit organization. In […]
If you were at the Animal Care Expo in Las Vegas in April, you heard me evangelizing about the Flip camera. This is a small, compact, foolproof, EASY camera to use. It only has ONE BUTTON! So no more excuses for not getting video on your site. All the software necessary to transfer video to […]
I have an unfortunate update. My hard drive had a dismal failure and this is one of the files I lost. I am busy recreating the document to send to all of you who requested it. In the meantime, check back tomorrow for a new blog explaining all the basics of Twitter, from the very […]
I had a great time today presenting at the Humane Society of the United States Animal Care Expo in Las Vegas! I was so glad to see so many people attending the Web 2.0 tools seminar. I could see a lot of confusion on peoples’ faces, though, so I know that all your questions were […]
In just a few days I’ll be standing in front of a crowd of animal welfare professionals from all over the world at the HSUS (Humane Society of the United States) Animal Care Expo in Las Vegas, NV. I’m really excited about this opportunity to share with this hardworking group of people. This is my […]
Welcome! The World Wide Web today (also known as Web 2.0) is all about niches (among other things). This blog exists to fill a very particular, very narrow niche. I’m passionate about animal welfare in the United States and I am evangelistic about social media. My experience with my local organization, the Central Oklahoma Humane […]
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