The Parking Lot: Your Burning Questions

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A place to collect your questions at the beginning of the workshop. I'll add links and quick answers throughout the day. I will also skype, twitter, or other try to get answers from my network.

  • How much time does it getting involved in social media take for an organization?
  • How can I utilize social media to increase our org's web presence?
  • How to promote our message and encourage participate?
  • How do I maximize social media usage with minimal time and money?
  • What are the metrics to measure success for social media?
  • How does college engage cont. ed students in social media?
  • With a graying membership, how to use social media for fundraising and action?
  • How do you use social media to attract a younger audience?
  • How to make social media streamed line workflow?
  • How to choose the right mix of tools?
  • Is it better to use one voice on social media sites or more voices?
  • How do we define the tipping point? (youth spending too much online)
  • How to integrate or select tools?
  • How to aggregate?
  • How to integrate user generated content on your iste?
  • How does social media change the nature of relationships?
  • What social media is appropriate for accomplishing what tasks?
  • What is the role of the arts and technology and social media?
  • Technology as the medium is more comfortable?


How much time should my staff be spending to be effective using social media tools?
How do we measure effectiveness?
How much should my organization budget annually to maintain a social media presence?
How do we know which tools stick around without having to switch to something "newer?"
Has the forester social technographics data changed?
How much is too much? Can people be too inundated with information to find the good stuff?
What social media tools work best for accomplish what tasks?

What is RSS Reader and how does it work?
How do I best reach out to bloggers once I find them?
What type of information do bloggers respond to if not press releases?