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Build Communities to Enhance Your Fundraising Campaigns

NTEN

In my recent chapter “Managing Fundraising and Building Communities Online” in the book  Internet Management for Nonprofits   (Wiley, April 2010), I write in depth about one method to tackle the subject – what are organizations across the country doing? The e-mail is updated with a new story each month to keep the content and news fresh.

10 Types of Nonprofits That Absolutely Must Add Themselves to Foursquare

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Museums and Art Galleries :: Museum of Modern Art. 2. Libraries ::  New York Public Library. 3. Foursquare now has 1.6

A First Look at Jumo

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here’s the article from today’s New York Times.   Jumo setup their offices in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood.

The Great Good Place Book Discussion Part 6: Museum 2.5 by Elaine Heumann Gurian

Museum 2.0

This is a bonus installment of a book discussion about Ray Oldenburg’s book The Great Good Place. Often they do so without reading the book. 1961).

“I just don’t get that generation.”

Connection Cafe

Today, Jordan Viator, our super communications manager for all things interactive, fun and digital was featured in The New York Times about using Foursquare to broadcast to her friends where she is during SXSW Interactive. Some of the key findings will change the way nonprofit’s approach the art and science of fundraising.

“I just don’t get that generation.”

Connection Cafe

Today, Jordan Viator, our super communications manager for all things interactive, fun and digital was featured in The New York Times about using Foursquare to broadcast to her friends where she is during SXSW Interactive. Some of the key findings will change the way nonprofit’s approach the art and science of fundraising.

If the Times can’t sell it… | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

And even with the Times opening their doors, there remain p arts of the web that are pay to play. Long Live IE6! Fundraising or communications?

Pepsi Charity Contest: Learning From Mistakes and Level Playing Fields

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Pepsi has embraced a learning as you go approach when it comes to social media and the art of public learning. From my son's kindergarten class.

Free Webinar: Sharing Trainer's Social Media Bag of Tricks and Secrets

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If this isn't enough, she'll be giving away three free copies of Cliff Atkinson's new book, The Back Channel, required reading for trainers.

The Cost of Free Technology for Nonprofits: Thoughts On Ning

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Photo by Eurleif. I've been working in nonprofit technology since 1992. And even in those days, those computers were antiques.  Start a Petition ».

Chase Giving Contest: Winners Announced Amidst Yet More Controversy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It's left some nonprofit professionals wondering whether these types of contests are a good idea. and Sdfj Dfsjlfkddjf. Change.org reported.

Kisaeng Becomes You: Taking Risks with Audience Participation

Museum 2.0

This week, I met New York choreographer Dean Moss and learned about his fascinating contemporary dance piece Kisaeng Becomes You (2009).

Guest Post by Katherine Hutt: A Small Nonprofit's Strategy for Pepsi Refresh Contest

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth:   This post was written before the New York Times article describing a misstep with the Pepsi Charity Contest.   Since building our social networking tactics was still on the “to do” list for 2010, we had to pull together a social marketing campaign on the fly. Photo:  Jim Harrison. Here's my analysis.

How Much Money is Raised through Online Giving?

NonProfit Trends

In 2010, online fundraising in the United States surpassed $22 billion. The good news is that we can now answer most of these questions.

Interview with My Dad, Tom Aageson, Co-Founder, Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship

Have Fun - Do Good

He is also the co-founder of the International Folk Art Market. It is now the largest international folk art market in the world.

Chatroulette: Giving Stranger Interactions a Bad Name

Museum 2.0

As New York reporter Sam Anderson put it : I got off the ChatRoulette wheel determined never to get back on. Chatroulette frustrates me.

How To Be A Green Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If youre buying new computers for your employees, consider laptops instead of desktops. Kostigen, is a New York Times bestseller.

Data Are Not Information

NTEN

IP networking technology has blossomed into a widely available, and widely used, interactive mass medium capable of spawning entirely new and uniquely digital communication forms. This is well-addressed in a 2010 Economist cover story "Data, data everywhere." That brings huge new benefits — but also big headaches. Research ?

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Upcoming Nonprofits Live: Storytelling and Collaborative Video

Tech Soup Blog

of art, activism, and academic inquiry on the politically charged. Berkeley, Stanford, United Nations University, New York University, UC.

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10 Things Every Nonprofit Should Know About Social Media and Online Communications - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

During the panel “What Effect Will the New Administration’s Use of Tech Have on Congress?” All great questions! Agreed! 2.

Participation in Storytelling: Collaborative Video on Nonprofits Live

Tech Soup Blog

Our ability to collaborate effectively in the cloud and create meaningful media together is quickly evolving as more nonprofits expand their borders.