Tue.Jun 05, 2012

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Good Curation VS Bad Curation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Robin’s point in curating this resource: Here’s a great visualization of how different can be the traits of content re-use. Content

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The #1 Way to Improve Your Event Fundraising Survey

NetWits

Are you asking the right questions in your P2P post event surveys? . Jennifer’s going to share her 6 Survey Best Practices on Thursday. Sign up today!

17 Extremely Useful Facebook Video Tutorials For Your Nonprofit

John Haydon

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ve seen the various different video tutorials I’ve published on using Facebook, YouTube, Google Analytics and WordPress. But if this is your first time here, do yourself a favor and subscribe to my YouTube channel. You can even get notified by email when I upload a new video.

When work is a matter of life or death.

SocialFish

This is a guest post from Steven Worth of Plexus Consulting. Read more in their newsletter here. ———————-.

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Summer Conference Roundup (June - August 2012)

Frogloop

? Summer conferencing.happened so fast ? ? Summer conferencing.had me a blast ?. Will you be attending any of these events? Jun 4 - 5. Jun 6. Jun 7.

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Case Study: Using FluidSurveys at TechSoup

Tech Soup Blog

Nonprofits and libraries can use surveys to gather feedback, understand their communities, and deepen their impact. How TechSoup Used FluidSurveys.

Managing Your Membership Database in Wild Apricot - Webinar June 6

Wild Apricot Blog

We're offering a free webinar on Managing Your Membership Database in Wild Apricot - this Wednesday, June 6th. Here are the details. webinar Wild Apricot

Today's Leadership Quote

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Broad is a firm believer in "let them fail as long as they learn from the experience.".

Buzzfeed Names Mobile Commons One of the Technologies that Are Transforming Politics

Mobile Commons

Buzzfeed just published an article listing seven “under the hood” technologies, including Mobile Commons, that are transforming politics. The thrust of the article is that big social media names like Facebook and Twitter, while hugely important to 2012 campaigns, aren’t the most important technology of this election cycle.