Tag Archives: Vocus

 

Release Your Internal Advocacy Numbers

Eventbrite (a service we Beekeepers use regularly for managing our own events) recently made national news with the release of some of its internal numbers on the impact of tweets versus Facebook likes for generating ticket sales through the site. Mashable was quick to pick-up the story followed by NPR, CNN and numerous other news outlets and blogs. It made us think – which organizations in the advocacy and non-profit space could have noteworthy numbers they wouldn’t mind sharing. Here […]
 
 
 
 

The Amateur Activist: Helen Thomas Video Delayed by Homework

The rise of political ’gotcha’ videos is nothing new, but people may be surprised to learn the power that video can truly give the amateur activist. Take the recent career ending Helen Thomas YouTube video filmed by Rabbi David F. Nesenoff. According to Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post, speaking at last week’s Vocus Users Conference, uploading of the video was delayed for 10 days because Rabbi Nesenoff’s ‘webmaster’ son had finals and just didn’t have time to get it online. This was not some carefully […]