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MUST READ info on the recent Facebook changes


Lots of good stuff out there analyzing the continuing Facebook changes. Here are two MUST READ posts which will help you make sense of it all.

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How Do You Document Your Creative Process?

Museum 2.0

Recently, my colleagues have gone wild for Pinterest. Fire Festival ) or program types ( Family Programs ). Project coordination on wikis.

Time for a Social Media Assessment?


Want to get a taste of what it’s like to work with SocialFish? Budget $3,500 for this social media assessment. Three Key Focus Areas.

Celebrate International Women’s Day

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The certificate above. Heather Murphy, Senior Program Officer, @hmurphyiiesf. Stacey Ramirez, Program Officer,  @ramirez_stacey.

Gear up: Event homepage must-haves

Connection Cafe

Author: Taylor Shanklin. Spring is in the air. Breathe it in.) That’s right – event season is well upon us! Parking information?

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How You’ll Tell Your Nonprofit’s Story With Facebook’s New Timeline

John Haydon

As you may know by now, Facebook Pages will undergo a massive transformation on March 30th. Facebook Branding sharing your story timeline

TSDigs: Who Do You Think Deserves an Award?

Tech Soup Blog

TechSoup asked for digital stories and you delivered more than 200 stories! Digital stories came in from all over the globe from all types of social benefit organizations throughout the month of February. Now that the submission deadline has passed, it’s time to choose the winners. One prize, however, will be chosen by none other than you.

Today's Quote On Excelling In Sales

Eric Jacobsen Blog

As stated in the new book, The Connectors , today's quote by Carl W. Leadership Books Leadership Quotes

Free, Upcoming Webinars from CharityHowTo

Tech Soup Blog

You know that TechSoup offers great free webinars for the nonprofit community. But we're by far not the only ones out there who do so! One great example is CharityHowTo. Who is CharityHowTo? They are an organization that provides training resources and webinars surrounding topics of interest to nonprofits. You can find out more about them here.

Donors aren't using QR codes yet; are you? - Future Fundraising Now

AFP Blog

Donors aren't using QR codes yet; are you? Future Fundraising Now

Celebrating Telework Week

Tech Soup Blog

This is a guest blog post from Salem Kimble, the manager of social. media development at TechSoup's donor partner, BetterWorld Telecom. It’s National Telework Week - March 5 - 9, where individuals and organizations pledge to telework for one week. Nonprofit Discounts. Learn more. Why Telework? There are 41 million people in the U.S.

The Ideal Audience for Using QR Codes

AFP Blog

The Ideal Audience for Using QR Codes : The results are in and I'm disappointed. I was hoping tha

A Book!!

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

As I said, I am done. Blogging, that is. But I’m a writer, and the writer in me decided that “Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology” is going to be a book. I’ll leave you just with that little tidbit. Books

Keep Your Tools Sharp, Even When They Are In the Shed

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by. Michelle Myers, Project Specialist, Marketing/Communications, ASU Lodestar Center. Not the best idea I've ever had.). Like this article?

5 Blogging Workshops for Writers, Nonprofits, Entrepreneurs and Artists

Have Fun - Do Good

This month's issue of the Juicy Blogging eNews features an article about taking a blogging break, and announces five blogging workshops I'll be teaching this spring. blogging

Operation #Sx _: 5 Presenters on a Mission

Beaconfire Wire

There’s something to be said for taking work seriously. There’s also something to be said for havin’ a little fun while you’re doing it. This year, 5 members of the Beaconfire team are presenting on topics that will help make your organization more efficient and effective — and have a blast doing it. improv4all.