What I Learned on Sesame Street: How to Generate More Support for your Nonprofit, Biz or Brand

Earlier this month, I visited Sesame Street. Yes, the real Sesame Street in Richmond, Va., served as the venue for Social Media for Nonprofits Conference at WCVE-TV, our local PBS station. I couldn’t help but think how Big Bird tweets, and how Mitt Romney’s campaign remarks about public television funding set the social media world on fire.
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One Tweet, Text or Post Away from a PR Disaster? Hear from former Tumblr VP Marc LaFountain in His Own Words

Rhudy & Co. continues its three-part series featuring former Tumblr Vice President of Support Marc LaFountain. (See Part 1 and Part 2.) Learn how brands, businesses and nonprofits can best use Tumblr and how the social media platform keeps the wildly popular blogging site free.
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How a Gorgeous Grilled Cheese Helped a Cheesemonger (AKA @CabotCoop) on #Pinterest

Tips, lessons and insights about the popular social media platform Pinterest via National Wildlife Federation, ChildFund International and Cabot Cheese — served up one Tweet at a time from the PRSA Richmond meeting on Nov. 9, 2012. Review this Storify recap.
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The Social Card: American Express Makes Saving Simple via Twitter

This week, global credit card giant American Express launched a digital savings program that combines substantial savings for the consumer and brand recognition for advertisers via Twitter. It’s relatively simple for the user but incredibly complex on the back end. Read more at www.rhudy.biz/blog
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