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About cmiller237

Digital Strategist, Social Media Enthusiast, Photographer.

Tips for eNewsletters

With all the abundance of social media, the effectiveness of the e-newsletter should not be overlooked. Advertisements

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Intro to Social Media for Non-Profits

I presented this workshop on social media at Volunteer Connect this morning. A great group of folks working in the non-profit arena in Mercer County, NJ and beyond. (Shout out to the Red Bank participant!) I am sharing my slides … Continue reading

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Princeton Community Works – Another Great Year!

Thanks to all who attended my session on advanced social media for non-profits at Princeton Community Works 2012! The setting is so great at Princeton University and the Princeton High School orchestra played so wonderfully. To anyone who would like … Continue reading

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Arab Spring Reflections

From the Meta-Activism Project, a blog post on the how social media helped shape the Arab Spring. MAP’s community members and advisors were asked to reflect on what the

Posted in Social Media | Tagged | Leave a comment Sites Hit by DDos Attack experienced its largest attack ever, reported tech news site, Techcrunch, today. The DDos (short form for Distributed Denial of Service) attack lead to disruptions for bloggers who host on the free service, (See this for explanation of DDos.)

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Wired for Change – Conference on Internet Freedom

The Chronicle of Philanthropy reported that the Ford Foundation, which hosted a day long conference called “Wired for Change” to discuss Internet freedom and social change, is working hard “to sell the philanthropy world on the idea that the Internet … Continue reading

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Twitter Lesson Learned

Here’s an amusing anecdote about the Red Cross and a Tweet sent in error. Someone meant to tweet from a personal account, but accidentally sent from the main @redcross account instead. The Red Cross blog explains how the group cleared … Continue reading

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