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Generational Differences Are Real

SocialFish

It doesn’t take a lot of searching on the web to find essays, posts, and articles that declare generational differences a big lie.

Making a difference: It takes a village

VolunteerMark

hope that by reading this, you will be inspired to collaborate with someone new, possibly unexpected, and work together to solve an important problem.

The Big Difference Between Branding and Marketing for Your NPO

NonProfit Hub

Branding and marketing are as different as my birthday and Christmas. Both situations may be close, but they serve a different purpose.

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Building Loyalty Through a Different Kind of Membership Program

Connection Cafe

Many stores I shop at reward loyalty by allowing customers to earn points for different purchases as well.  Why Not Mirror This At Your Museum?

Why Individual Giving Strategies Often Don’t Work for Communities of Color

Connection Cafe

When disaggregated, the numbers tell a completely different story. People from different countries will often go by what they have experienced.

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I Get To Work In My Pajamas!

Connection Cafe

I always found it funny that the line often associated with Virtual Work is “I get to work in my pajamas!”  Do you work remotely? 

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It’s Not All About You | 5 Steps to Cater to the Different Preferences of your New Online Donors.

Connection Cafe

He follows up by leaving a voicemail at her work. He replies by sending an email to her at work. Girl meets boy.

Nonprofits Who are Making A Difference Through Play

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Nonprofits Who are Making A Difference Through Play – guest post by Meghan Ventura. She previously worked with the Washington, D.C.,

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Are we actually making a difference? Your audience isn’t only using social media during the 9am – 5pm work day. By Sacha Evans. Topsy.

How Nonprofits Are Using Games for their Mission Driven Work

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

How Nonprofits Are Using Games for Mission Driven Work – guest post by Susanna Pollack. They teach how to decide… not what to decide.

It’s Not All About You | 5 Steps to Cater to the Different Preferences of your New Online Donors.

Connection Cafe

He follows up by leaving a voicemail at her work. He replies by sending an email to her at work. Girl meets boy. Nonprofit Fundraising

Disinterested or Excluded? Two Very Different Forms of Non-Participation

Museum 2.0

How can you tell the difference between these two people? Sometimes the difference isn''t even apparent to the person speaking.

Crowdsourcing vs Community-sourcing: What’s the difference and the opportunity?

Amy Sample Ward

Here are the definitions I use in my work and when talking to groups I work with. Slides. Community sourcing vs Crowdsourcing. Notes.

What’s the Difference Between Likes, Comments and Shares?

John Haydon

And when you think about your own behavior, likes, comments and shares each have different meaning or intention. “ or “I like that.”

The Future of Work: A Manifesto

SocialFish

—————————— The Future of Work: A Manifesto. Let’s stop work from sucking.

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What is no longer working in social media: 2014 edition

SocialFish

The ramp-up to slow-down theory of blogging is no longer working. What’s new in social media, and what is broken. More visibility? Blogging.

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The Difference Between One-Time and Lifelong Volunteers: A Short Case Study

NonProfit Hub

These are essentials they’ll have to be aware of before committing to working with your organization. Check your website for effectiveness.

Building A Nonprofit Leadership Team That Works

TechImpact

And not only that, how well those moving parts are working unison with one another. As a nonprofit CEO, you’re responsible for a lot.

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The Difference Between Being Fiscally Responsible and Pinching Pennies

NonProfit Hub

You work for a non profit. It does not work.”. It comes down to determining the difference between necessity and want. Should it?

The Differences Between a 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4) and Other Tax Exemptions

NonProfit Hub

You don’t need to know all of them, so here is an overview of some of the more common options and differences between each. 501(c)(3). 501(c)6.

How can Nonprofit Professionals Create Space for Life and Work? Use the SpaceDeck

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Just like a deck of playing cards, The Space Deck is divided into different eight different “suits” or themes.

Women of Color Leading Essential, Activist Work in Cultural Institutions

Museum 2.0

Each of these women push the boundaries of cultural institutions in different ways, with digital and physical manifestations. Want to know more?

A Different Story of Thanksgiving: The Repatriation Journey of Glenbow Museum and the Blackfoot Nations

Museum 2.0

I spent last week holed up in a cabin, working on my forthcoming book, The Art of Relevance. The Blackfoot people saw it differently.

How to Pick Yourself Up When You Feel Like You’re Not Making a Difference

NonProfit Hub

Let’s be honest here—all of us in the nonprofit space have moments when we seriously question the difference we’re really making. Featured

The difference between Google Plus Business Pages and Profiles

John Haydon

It might be helpful at this point if we back up a bit and explain the difference between Google Plus Pages and Profiles.

Nonprofits Need Integrate Learning into their Work in 2014

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Adding Learning to Work. This is the type of “learning at work” or professional development that is common in the nonprofit sector.

How Responsive Web Design Works with Mobile Devices [Infographic]

John Haydon

There are generally three different approaches to achieving a responsive website: 1. What is Responsive Web Design?

Why Do We Interpret Art and Science So Differently?

Museum 2.0

A genius has just created a major body of work. Imagine seeing a museum exhibition related to this person's work. exhibition design

Words vs. Word of Mouth: The Difference Between Owned, Earned and Paid Media

See What's Out There

find, however, that many organizations neglect to pay enough attention to earned media, or to really work for it. The post Words vs. Word of Mouth: The Difference Between Owned, Earned and Paid Media appeared first on The See3 Blog. Any smart content strategy includes owned, paid and earned media. communications owned media paid medi

5 Ways To Manage Volunteers And Get Work Done

TechImpact

The post 5 Ways To Manage Volunteers And Get Work Done appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology.

A New Habitat: Transforming Communities with Remote Work Tools

Tech Soup Blog

Habitat for Humanity has been working to serve the nearly 100 million homeless and 2 billion people living in slum housing around the world since 1976.

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Smarter Nonprofit Networking: Building A Professional Network That Works for You

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

like to balance two different approaches to professional networking,   strategic and serendipitous. work/life balance. Organization.

Sustaining Innovation (in Many Different Situations)

Museum 2.0

I'm in Europe right now, on a mix of vacation and work. The work is focused on "innovation." The second post , in which Museum 2.0

A Simple Way for Nonprofit Leaders To Incorporate Mindfulness Into Their Daily Work

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

But the problem is that we don’t make take on the challenge of transfer, incorporating it into our daily work. Mindfulness

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What can nonprofit technology trainers learn from the social work field to improve their training techniques?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

During the class, Dean Nancy Smyth related the idea to a social work technique called “ Motivational Interviewing ,” using in addiction interventions.  

Nonprofits and Businesses: Two Completely Different Birds of the Same Feather

NonProfit Hub

Fundamentally, NPOs measure their success differently. They’re completely different birds of the same feather. That being said: 1.

3 Reasons Why Content Marketing Doesn’t Work for Associations

SocialFish

mean, never, because this strategy would probably never work for actual associations. Silos. In the for-profit world, content is marketing.

Admitting the Problem: Your Donor Retention Needs Work

NonProfit Hub

While he hasn’t done any data-based studies, Sargeant has several hypotheses for the difference. It Starts at the Top. Be More British.

6 Examples of Nonprofits Working with For-Profits for a Greater Good

NonProfit Hub

Here are some different ways that nonprofits are receiving help through valuable relationships with for-profit companies. TOMS Shoes.

How Compassionate Branding Can Work for Your Nonprofit

NonProfit Hub

There are plenty of different options, depending on what you want to accomplish. Work with For-Profit Brands. Tell Your Story.

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