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[Cool Social Tools] DonorDrive Ups Your Fundraising Game

SocialFish

Cool Social Tools Nimble Nonprofit————-. This industry first coaches supporters to be better fundraisers.

[Cool Social Tools] Donor Drive

SocialFish

During this same two-year time period, overall dollars for clients that raise over a million a year through DonorDrive were up over 69% as well.

Is It Worth It? An ROI Calculator for Social Network Campaigns - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Just enter the starting assumptions in the yellow boxes below and the tool calculates results automatically. Many thanks for the tool!

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Case Study: Tools for Community Engagement

NTEN

Every campaign, every organization, and really, even every individual engaging with others online has a set of tools and techniques they've learned from and rely on every day. The ToMamaWithLove campaign saw them try some new tools as well as some trusted favorites, even with a budget of $0 and a lot of volunteer time. Awareness.

How Much Time Does Web 2.0 Take?

Museum 2.0

activities you can initiate without requiring frequent content updates. Technology Tools Worth Checking Out web2.0and museums. ventures.

Advancing Your Mission With GIS Tools

NTEN

In 2008, post-election violence erupted in Kenya. Jim Craner, MapTogether. Collecting and Disseminating Information - Ushahidi.

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Pros and Cons of Facebook Activism

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

joined the various Burma Facebook groups early on because my colleagues in Cambodia were involved from the beginning and documented some of the activism. She was looking for presenters for a conference and she just pointed me over to Ethan Zuckerman's insightful analysis of Facebook activism. The people who got involved weren???t

Where I'm Coming From

Museum 2.0

They are active and awesome. Learning is the product of the activity of learners." It's based on liberation, idealism, and activism.

Professional Networking: Just for Fun or Part of Your Job Or Combination? Tips for managing multi-memberships in social networks?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

An individual's social network (online or offline) is divided into three groups: PANs = Potentially Active Network. Other posts.

Free and Open Source Tool #16: CiviCRM

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Free and Open Source Tool #16: CiviCRM April 21, 2008 In honor of the webinar that is happening in a couple of weeks, I figured I’d talk a bit about CiviCRM. Be Helpful.

Free and open source tools #1 – #100

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Free and open source tools #1 – #100 January 17, 2008 I just though I’d take a brief pause to explain my criteria for these 100 tools that I’ll be covering this year. Be Helpful.

WeAreMedia ToolBox: Micro Media Tools - Twellow

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The month of October we've been focusing on building out the Nonprofit Social Media Tool Box and awarding t-shirts to contributors!

Lame Spam of the Day: Lehman Brothers Centre for Women 2008 Newsletter

Robert Weiner

But the real clincher is that the subject line says it''s a newsletter from March, 2008. To: Subscriber. Newsletter London experience.

Using Google Analytics to Track a Nonprofit Website (Part 1) - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Heidi Bucheister, Outreach and Operations Manager at OneWorld.net , said, "Google Analytics is a robust tool for any organization.

WeAreMedia ToolBox: This Week We're Working Crowdsourcing, Micro Media, and Lifestreaming Tools

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The month of October we've been focusing on building out the Nonprofit Social Media Tool Box and awarding t-shirts to contributors!

Nonprofit Blogging Burning Questions and Answers

Have Fun - Do Good

Earlier in the month I taught a Nonprofit Blogging 101 workshop at the 2008 Making Media Connections Conference. Answer these questions: 1.

Cool tool: Username Check

SocialFish

But if I was really actively building my social brand, I might want to get in there and sign up with a placeholder. Anyway, this tool does give you some idea of the multitude of social networks out there, and you can bet money that it doesn't cover them all, so don't be discouraged by that. Check this out. That depends. Ummm - yeah.

Generating Buzz: Using Social Media to Drive Website Traffic

NTEN

The tools have changed, but the need for knowing your audience, having an end goal, testing theories, and acting on lessons learned remains the same. This micro-blogging tool puts her in contact with warm and welcoming "mommy bloggers" who repost her stuff. Danielle Brigida, National Wildlife Federation. Know Your Goals.

How do you keep up?

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

August 5, 2008 I have been thinking for the last few days about what it means to “keep up&# with the technology field, particularly ‘net technology. I’ve been helping a client hire a temporary project manager, and so in the interview process one of the questions I ask is how people keep up with change in the field.

Wikis: What, When, Why

Museum 2.0

This spring, I was a member of the advisory board for the New Media Consortium's 2008 Horizon Report on emerging technologies in museums.

Comment Cards 2.0: Three Tools to Check Out

Museum 2.0

Here are the top three tools I've been exploring: IdeaScale , GetSatisfaction , and uservoice. that the signal-to-noise ratio is low.

Advancing Your Mission With GIS Tools

NTEN

In 2008, post-election violence erupted in Kenya. Jim Craner , MapTogether. Collecting and Disseminating Information - Ushahidi.

Community Exhibit Development: Lessons Learned from The Tech Virtual

Museum 2.0

On many levels, The Tech Virtual experiment was a success. We shrunk the exhibit design process (concept to floor) from 2 years to five months.

Interview with Jonathon Colman: Social Media Secrets from a Green Geek

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

You've experimented with quite a few Web 2.0/Social Media tools during your time with The Nature Conservancy. Jonathon Coleman's Twitter Avatar.

There is no spoon

SocialFish

Read that post again - most of it is a really important quote from Jay Deragon: "Unless there is synergy in mindsets and activity which demonstrates an understanding of the dynamic then the basis of a relationship cannot be formed and subsequently conversations cannot be facilitated effectively. Ooh, I love a good debate! And as for us.

Two Tagging Projects that Make Sense

Museum 2.0

Tagging is such a functional activity, and if you don't see direct benefit from doing it, the interest in it as a fun afternoon activity is pretty low.

Social Networking and Web Tools for Chicago Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Social Networking and Web Tools for Chicago Nonprofits. How do you decide which sites and tools are right for your audience? Content.

Intranets, Yammer, and Other Web 2.0 Tools for Staff Communication

Museum 2.0

tools to your museum? Here are seven frequent staff communication problems, and tools to address them. the list goes on. Google Apps.

How They Did It: LWB Wins Facebook Causes Giving Challenge - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

The frantic pace of the contest was a real driver for the donations, but definitely that pace is probably unsustainable for on-going donation activity.

How They Did It: LWB Wins Facebook Causes Giving Challenge - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

The frantic pace of the contest was a real driver for the donations, but definitely that pace is probably unsustainable for on-going donation activity.

Free Live Interactive Event: Future of Fundraising

Tech Soup Blog

2008 was a benchmark year in online fundraising history as Obama won the presidential election with 87% of funds coming through social networking.

Sending Collections on the Road: Geocaching and Museums

Museum 2.0

Geocaching Basics Geocaching is an activity in which people (geocachers) use GPS receivers to hunt down specific locations (geocaches).

WeAreMedia Project

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

The next set of modules, that are more tool based (with case studies) are next to be developed. think I can write something up. Be Helpful.

The search for good web conferencing, take 2

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology The search for good web conferencing, take 2 January 31, 2008 Back in August, I did a review of web conferencing tools, with a decidedly unusual slant – as a presenter, I had to be able to share my Linux desktop.

The Evolution of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising and the Rise of DIY

Connection Cafe

Overall top thirty revenue grew nearly 10%  from 2008 to 2016. The Early Days. the Pelotonia cycling event in Columbus, Ohio), Unusual (e.g.

Backtype: Another Listening Tool - Who's Talking About You In The Blog Comments?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Dan Schwabel's  5 Free Tools For Reputation Management introduced me to a new listening tool, backtype.  comments?

Why I gave $20.09

Amy Sample Ward

started 2008 in Cape Town, South Africa with the simple goal of working fulltime on Social Actions by July 1st. Go Social Actions!&#. Thanks!

Social Media for Revenue or Volunteers? Maybe Not

Tech Soup Blog

Tools Web 2.0 Tools Tags: Online Activism Online Fundraising Online Fundraising Online Recruitment Social Networking Web 2.0

Twitanalytics?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

plots your professional or personal life, interests, activities, and moods on Twitter. Plodt. Twitt(url)y. Favrd. Plodt.

Miradi

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

We developed it in what's called an agile way, where we do frequent releases and actively engage users in shaping the software. public release.