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10 Nonprofit Books from 2010

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Technology at the Margins:  How IT Meets The Needs of Emerging Markets by Salesh Chutani, Jessica Rothenberg AAlami, and Akhtar Badshah. Books

Zoetica Salon Insights: Social Media Measurement for Nonprofits

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Flickr Photo by Jek in the Box. We launched the Zoetica Salon this week. One thing we’re trying to do is model abundant behavior.

Tech@State – Civil Society 2.0: Reflections on Networked Nonprofits and Free Agents

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Graphic Recording by OTH Consulting. Photo by Mark Horvath. initiative. Tech@State. View more presentations from Beth Kanter.

Nonprofits and Instagram: The Ultimate Curated Collection of Best Practices, Examples, and Tips

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Instagram Overview. Nonprofit Examples and Getting Started or Rebooting A Strategic Approach. Ten Inspiring Nonprofits (2012) on Instagram by Mashable.

What I Learned About Unpresenting from Heather Gold

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Here’s what I learned: Emotions Are More Important Than Facts: To prompt conversation, you need to make an emotional connection. 

Crowdsourcing: Measuring the Impact of the Crowd in Funding and Doing

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Crowdsourcing 101. View more presentations from Beth Kanter. What do you track? What domains of impact should be considered (e.g.

Can Social Network Analysis Improve Your Social Media Strategy?

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Networked Nonprofit: Care2 Webinar. View more presentations from womenwhotech. You are invited to a virtual book launch party ! Family members.

Zoetica Salon Summary: Feeding America’s Social Media Measurement Strategy

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Dan Michel, Digital Marketing Manager, Feeding America Twitter: @dpmichel. Source: Social Marketing Analytics by John Lovett and Jeremiah Owyang.

6 Fundraising Platforms That Have Disrupted Charitable Giving Forever

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Disrupting Fundraising Since: 2010. Image courtesy Tsahi Levent-Levi via Flickr. Enjoy! Everything,” I replied. After all, I was ancient.

A Reflection on Networked Professional Learning

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Black-Crowned Night Heron. Personally, I need both kinds of learning and the challenge is balancing it.  What is your system for professional learning? 

How Much Time Should Your Nonprofit Invest In Different Social Media Channels?

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Sometimes there’s no getting around a staff increase: since 2010, the U.S. Flickr Photo by Yung Tsai. By Sacha Evans. Here are our crib notes.

How can we prepare organizational leaders to work in a networked world?

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Photo by Eric Eugene Kim. Guest post by Patti Anklam. The formal organization is represented by the (usually) hierarchical organization structure.

How Your Nonprofit Can Make the Most of Its LinkedIn Profile

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As most of you probably know, LinkedIn—the networking site for professionals—expanded its scope to include company pages back in 2010.

Nine Digital Marketing Lessons Nonprofits Can Learn from charity: water

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The video from their 2010 September Campaign is a great example of how the nonprofit uses storytelling to communicate its message and inspire donors.

Using Salesforce to Cultivate Donor Relationships

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Two recent papers that caught my eye were:  ” How to Use Social Media for Social Good ” and “ Building Meaningful Engagement.”

How Many Free Agents Does It Take To Change A Nonprofit Fortress?

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Personal Democracy Forum: Rethinking Nonprofits. View more presentations from Beth Kanter. or institution to solve them. Friending and funding.

Video Can Help Boost Donations in End-Of-The-Year Fundraising

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In 2010 much of their focus was on responding to the earthquake in Haiti. Make a video that answers these questions: What did we do in 2010?

Should CEOs and Executive Directors Use Social Media?

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In order for social media to have full impact, it needs to scale within an organization.  This is a good example of a "Blended profile.". Tips. 1.  

#ThankYouWednesday After A Successful #GivingTuesday

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Yesterday was the fourth Giving Tuesday , a global day of community-driven philanthropy. But let me reflect on how amazing yesterday was. Fundraising

9 Ways Nonprofits Can Excel Using Social Media

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TechSoup Microsoft NGO Connection Day. Connecting With Colleagues. Connecting With New Colleagues. Conference.    (He even brought me some Tim-Tams.).

How Minnesota’s ‘Networked Nonprofits’ Raised over $10M in 1 Day!

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Minnesota’s ‘Networked Nonprofits’ raised over $10M in one day by Jeff Achen of GiveMN.org. “Do what you do best and network the rest.”. On Nov.

#1MilliForJadudi: A Crowdfunding Campaign in Kenya to help Cancer Patient

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In 2010, I had an opportunity to do a  Networked Nonprofit workshop in Kenya. This money was donated via MPESA (mobile money) contributions.

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Welcome to Beth’s Blog for the Next Decade

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Dawn Near the Bay of Bengal by Joisey Showaa. Welcome to the new and improved Beth’s Blog !  3129:  Total Posts. 7641:  Total Comments.

Nonprofits and Instagram: The Ultimate Curated Collection of Best Practices, Examples, and Tips

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Users can share them on Instagram while also choosing to share them to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Foursquare.    It was created in 2010 and purchased by Facebook in 2012 (more history here ).   As of March, 2014 Instagram has 200 million users. Here’s the collection and annotated version is below. Instagram Overview. Tool Box.

Don’t Merge Your Nonprofit Facebook Page With Places Page

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Last week, we heard from Ivan Boothe about a concern with merging Facebook pages with Facebook Places.     He agreed to write a guest post.

Pioneers in Justice: Building Networks and Movements for Social Justice

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Click to View Full Infographic. Building Networks and Movements for Social Justice. Lessons from the Pioneers in Justice Program. with her family.

WomenWhoTech: Social Media ROI Panel

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Social Media Roi Slidesbk. How do you put a monetary value on branding? Notes and Resources. Return on Investment. How much time will it take?

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How and When Should Your Nonprofit Organization Invest in Mobile

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Apps, Responsive Design, or Both: Some Important Guidelines for Going Mobile for Nonprofitrs – Guest Post by Heidi Massey. Social media. Mobile

My Three Words for 2011: Seek, Sense, and Share

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My Three Words for 2011 inspired by Harold Jarche's Networked Learning Model. Then, try to think in even broader terms.

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A New Book, A New Look for Beth’s Blog!

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The New Beth's Blog. The Old Beth's Blog. Housekeeping Details. Responsive Web Design. The Book Is Available for Pre-Order on Amazon!

Nine Ways Networked Nonprofits Use Slideshare

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Slideshare. View more presentations from Beth Kanter. Please join me on June 21st from 1-2 PM PST for the virtual launch of The Networked Nonprofit.

Get Your Social Media Strategy in Shape With Spreadsheet Aerobics

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Flickr Photo by Metro Transportation Library and Archive. Actionable Measurement. You also need to think through your content and engagement strategy. 

Closing the Loop Between Social Media and Offline Action

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I was in Oakland, CA and discovered Fenton's Creamery , famous for its ice cream.  The line was out the door.  I've also been reading about tips.

How Networked Nonprofits Use Facebook

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How Networked Nonprofits Use Facebook. View more presentations from Beth Kanter. Introduction. Content. Here’s some examples and tips. 

Wisdom 2.0: Balance in A Hyper Connected World

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Twitter Photo by Jennifer Barr @rjenbarr. Yesterday, I spent most of the day offline at the Wisdom 2.0 This gets rid of the squirrels. Mindfulness

What type of Tweets get retweeted most? Bites of Wisdom

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 . Screen capture here : I've been running small experiments on the art of retweeting for a couple of weeks and it's time for a reflection. .

Have Online Social Networks Become Boring?

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”   I often used the video at social media workshops back then to generate discussion about how our world is changing. But we’re not there yet.

‘Give 10? Every Day: An Inspiring Story of Giving Back

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When I was looking at the end of the year (2010), what my goals were, I felt a little bit discouraged. So just what is “Give 10”? Definitely.

Blogging to Support Policy Goals: MomsRising Shares Lessons Learned

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MomsRising Health Reform Blog Carnival – September 2010. Flickr Photo by Vox Photo. Goals. To reach out to bloggers in the health care field.

RIP: del.icio.us

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Oh, say it ain’t so … but this TechCrunch confirms the demise of one of my favorite tools pointing to this post by Liz Gannes. clone.