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We are Lindy Dreyer and Maddie Grant, CAE, digital strategists for ICF Interactive. We are authors and speakers on social media strategy, and our SocialFish blog is the biggest industry social media blog for associations and nonprofits. We have a whole team of regular guest bloggers writing for us on social strategy, social media and community management and implementation, social theory, social business and lots of other topics that interest us and push our industry forward.

Social Fish

 •  November 6

WHOO HOO! I am super excited to share with you our brand new Generations on-demand course. This is based on a really popular 4-hour in-person training that Jamie has been facilitating for a couple of years, and we’ve been wanting to figure out how to make it accessible to more people. So ta-daa! Here it is. This course consists of 6 lessons (not...

Social Fish

 •  October 20

The SocialFish blog is the longest established industry social/digital blog for associations and nonprofits. We have been thinking and writing--and inviting guests to share their thoughts too--about the effect of the digital revolution on how we work since we started this blog in 2007. Needless to say, every author's opinions are their own. Follow...

Social Fish

 •  October 9

SURGE 2017 is an experiment in collaborative innovation. It is a free virtual summit running on November 7th-9th, was inspired by the association community, envisioned in conversations with people throughout the industry, and planned and created through teamwork and cooperation. The event itself will continue this commitment to collaboration. The...

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 •  October 5

It would be impossible to know what the most shared blog post of all time would be, given the sheer volume of posts (including viral ones) that are released every single day. But if there is one website that embodies popular posts as a concept, it has to be Buzzfeed. Not only has Buzzfeed managed to release a steady stream of heavily shared content...

Social Fish

 •  August 30

Digital business isn’t a sideline anymore. CEOs tell us that their #1 priority is growth and they are looking at digital as the source. .orgCommunity’s Solutions Day is a one-day conference providing solutions that enable executives to create, communicate and deliver on strategies that will drive growth. Join us at Solutions Day where you’ll gain...

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 •  August 30

Here are some cool jobs, hand-picked by me, that you can find via the SocialFish job board! We focus on jobs in social media, marketing, communications, PR, advocacy, and digital. Senior Vice President of Communications, 340B Health – 340B Health has an opening for a SVP of Communications at our growing non-profit health care trade association. The...

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 •  August 28

Are you going to the 2018 Nonprofit Technology Conference (#18ntc)? You may have heard that session voting is open. Here’s a quick roundup of some great sessions – please vote for these if you love them as much as I do! How did I choose them, you ask? As you read through them, you’ll notice how they all reflect important perspectives on...

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 •  August 17

It’s inevitable that as your organization continues to gain momentum and supporters, you’ll have to think about purchasing nonprofit fundraising software. From researching products, to talking with vendors, viewing demos, and pitching to the board, buying fundraising software can be an intensive and overwhelming process. Since nonprofit software...

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 •  August 10

Ah, Facebook–that social network I love to hate, even though my career kind of depends on using it. For those of us in the association and nonprofit sectors, Facebook just got a lot harder to use effectively with the announcement that they’ve changed their API and eliminated the ability to modify link previews when posting links from a page. Until...

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 •  July 24

It’s somewhat in trend these days to keep talking about how social media actually made us lonely. We keep sharing examples and funny memes on how people used to meet each other in person and these days everyone just keeps staring into their phones. To some extent, these concerns may be justified. Some people were influenced less than the others but...