Can you conduct a Twitter chat virtually and present live at a conference — at the same time?
Susan McPherson might tell you I never quite asked her that question before I volunteered that she and I could do that at the Business4Better conference, but in the end Susan proved that she can tweet and talk and share a wealth of information about CSR at the same time.Although someone’s suggestion that we chew gum as well didn’t make the cut.
Another first we attempted was turning the tables on Susan to make her the guest rather than host of #CSRchat, the Twitter chat she founded and has run for the last three years.
Here is our chat/interview: Continue reading
For the #CSRchat initiated, I don’t have to explain how exciting it is that this Wednesday (May 1st) at the Business4Better conference, the one and only founder and host of #CSRchat, Susan McPherson will be chatting live.
And to add to the awesomeness of that, on a very personal note, ‘I’ get to interview her!
I am turning the tables on Susan and making her the guest of her own chat. We will be chatting both virtually and live – at the same time — and we hope you’ll join us for this great experiment. It will be a true test of our social media / multitasking abilities.
At New York’s 92nd Street Y on Tuesday of Social Media Week NYC 2013, a packed house of ‘giving’ people representing nonprofits and organizations interested in social good gathered to hear about #GivingTuesday, a movement for sharing social good initiatives great and small.
Giving Tuesday is a nascent organization, conceived in July of 2012, launched in November 2012, and becoming a major movement for social good on its very first try.
The virtual social good event was created for the connected community, people who use social media.
It tapped the strength of influencers to spread its message of doing and sharing ‘good’ for twenty-four hours. Participation included everything from organizations that raised a million dollars to an individual mom who took her kids shopping for the needy. Tapping into niche communities was very important. Organizers reached out to mom bloggers and people who share on Pinterest.