Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Last week, I helped launch a peer exchange Webinar for Packard Foundation for Children’s Health Insurance grantees with Spitfire Communications… (creators of the SMART chart). The focus is how to effectively integrate social media channels and measure and learn.
Two grantees that work on Children’s Healthcare at the national level and have experience using social media as part of an integrated campaign were co-presenters. Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner co-founder of Momsrising and Bruce Lesley, President, of First Focus. (I learned so much that I enough material for several blog posts, my first post is here – it is about content curation.) While this Peer Exchange starts off with best practices on Facebook, it is a means to a higher end: how to apply and integrate those principles into the organization’s broader children’s health communications strategies.
- Sharepocalypse Now: Why Social Media Overload Means New Opportunities for Startups and Social Curation (internetbillboards.net)
- In Era of Constant Information Overload NationalField Launches Its Data Curation Platform (internetbillboards.net)
- Why Content Curation Should Be at the Heart of Every Social Experience (internetbillboards.net)
- Operationalizing Social Media: An Interview with Paul Madden (bruceclay.com)
- Social Funnel is Future of Successful Marketing (internetbillboards.net)
Curator’s notes – So what now, actually the second piece I curated from Beth’s blog, I posted a comment to her blog, on the first curated item, not showing Hmmm! What’s up with that Beth?
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