Most Clicked-On through Twitter This Week

Some of you follow our company’s Twitter stream  @PauliSystems or follow Birgit  @bph on  Twitter, where we share mostly other people’s blogs posts, links to particular interesting news or just point to our favorite books.  Sharing the most clicked on stories are worth sharing it  to a broader audience and keep a permanent record of them. 

E-Consultancy: 25 Reasons why I leave your website in 10 seconds. 

What makes people press the back button, shortly after visiting your website? Why do they bail out so quickly? And what can you do about it?

@paulisystems: A MUST Read for any business with a website. 

The Online Giving Study.

The Call to Reinvent Donor Relationships

@bph : Great Charts: NetworkForGood Multi-Year Donation Study.

Twitterâ’s Official Analytics Product Has Arrived

With Twitter Analytics, users will be able to see a plethora of data about their account; for example, information about which tweets are most successful, which tweets caused people to unfollow, and who the most influential users are that reply and retweet their messages. (To be released end of 2010)

Retweeted by @paulisystems


Gravity introduces system that studies your social interests

Robert Scoble interviews the founder of Gravity, Amit Kapur, formerly COO of MySpace. Gravity shows a future where the content world could bring you new experiences based on what you Tweet or Facebook about. Here’s the founder showing more about how it works.

@bph: Great interview w/ Gravity by @Scobleizer 

Our Favorites on Twitter Right now


Posted by Birgit Pauli-Haack

Since 1998 Birgit Pauli-Haack has worked with nonprofits as a web developer, a technology strategist, a trainer and community organizer. She founded Pauli Systems, LC in 2002, now a team of six. It is a 100% distributed company. Since 2010, her team has used WordPress to build new nonprofit sites and applications. In her spare time, Birgit serves as a deputy with the WordPress Global Community team, as a WordPress Meetup organizer and a Tech4Good organizer.