Creating Family Internet Rules

Creating Family Internet Rules

While much of our childhoods were spent outdoors and under the watchful eye of our parents. These days, almost every teen has many ways to get online: via smartphones, tablets, and laptops, all of which can be used in private. Without parents knowing, teens are...
Social Media for Social Good

Social Media for Social Good

I spoke today at the Meals on Wheels Texas Conference.  Below are my notes for those that attended my session or for anyone that is looking for resources for nonprofits using social media. Social Media Breakfasts In Texas: Austin Dallas Houston San Antonio Waco...
Engaging Donors Through Social Media

Engaging Donors Through Social Media

Why Worry About Social Media What To Do First (Or Now) Points to Ponder Which Social Media is Right for my Non-Profit? 9 Main Social Media Channels Facebook Twitter Blogging YouTube (and Periscope) LinkedIn Google + Instagram What about SnapChat? Pinterest Apps and...

Additional Resources

Here are some additional resources from my #ConfusedMom talk today: www.Mashable.com www.WellConnectedMom.com www.CyberWise.org Social Media Slang Should I Friend or Follow my Teen on Social Media? 13 Tips for Monitoring Teens’ Social Media...
#ConfusedMom

#ConfusedMom

The World our Teens are Growing Up in . . . . . . is vastly different than the world we grew up in and how to help with their Algebra homework seems to be the least of our worries. Our teens are now playing in the Social Media playground and we have to learn how to...
Content Still Matters

Content Still Matters

According to a study by the University of  California, in 2009 the average American consumes 34 gigabytes of data everyday.  And I’m sure that number has only gone up in the past 4 years.  To put this into perspective, the new iPhone 5c comes in 2 sizes, 16 gigabytes...