Wed.Mar 14, 2012

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Buy the Book, and then We Show Up

SocialFish

These deals are designed with organizations in mind, obviously. Check out all the offers on the Bulk Book Deal page on humanizebook.com. Humanize

Five Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Needs a Mobile Website

Nonprofit Tech for Good

With smartphones now outselling PCs and tablet sales surpassing even the most conservative of estimates, the majority of your nonprofit’s supporters will likely be browsing your website on mobile devices by 2013  – and unfortunately most nonprofits are not prepared for this dramatic shift in Web communications. To Empower QR Code Campaigns.

The Outcome of Our Outcomes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo By Mastery of Maps. The Outcome of Our Outcomes – guest post by Victoria Vrana. Are you required to measure? Who is your audience?

Tips and Tools for Engaging Youth Volunteers

Wild Apricot Blog

Does your organization have a plan for recruiting and engaging the next generation of volunteers? Here are some tips and tools that might help. Volunteers

Bridge Building or Trust Busting: A Warts-and-All Reflection on “Learning in Public”?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by AnEye4Pictures. – Guest post by Stefan Lanfer. It was striking. And I wondered, “Then why collect it at all?”

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Learning in Public Challenges and Actions

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by Andy Beal. Learning in Public Challenges and Actions – guest post by Annie Hernandez. Should you do the same? On to day #2!

Launch Day!

Idealware

Can nonprofits take better advantage of available technologies to improve the services they deliver, and the ways in which they deliver them? We began our research nearly a year ago. Today we're proud to release the result of our collective efforts, Unleashing Innovation: Using Everyday Technology to Improve Nonprofit Services.

Don’t Bring Your Phone in the Shower

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by Helokee. Don’t Bring Your Phone in the Shower – guest post by Carrie Avery. Seek outsider knowledge. Learn to relax.

Panhandling or Hotspot Vendor: Which is better?

NTEN

Mark Horvath. Founder. Invisible People. Plus, our homeless friends made a few bucks. didn’t at first. always thought that was farfetched.

Is a Culture of Learning Required To Learn in Public?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by Zen. Culture of Learning – Guest post by Teri Behrens. The GEO 2012 conference is off to a great start. Guest Post

Upcoming Webinar on March 22: Cultivating Donor and Client Relationships with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Tech Soup Blog

Back in 2010, NPower Northwest' s Shawn Michael wrote a blog post outlining what you can use Microsoft Dynamics CRM for in a nonprofit (or library) environment. These uses include the "ability to manage relationships with your constituents - donors, funders, clients, volunteers, members, vendors, and other community partners."

Open Thread: The Hardest Risks are the Ones You Don't Have to Take

Museum 2.0

But it's also hard to feel comfortable taking a risk on this, because I know the traditional model works." Something isn't working.

Exempt Organizations Select Check

AFP Blog

Exempt Organizations Select Check : Exempt Organizations Select Check Exempt Organizations Select Check is an on-line search tool that allows users to select an exempt organization and check certain information about its federal tax status and filings.

Nonprofits and Blogging: I'm on the Chronicle of Philanthropy's Social Good Podcast

Have Fun - Do Good

My chat with host, Allison Fine, about nonprofits and blogging is up on The Chronicle of Philanthropy's Social Good Podcast today. Enjoy! Tweet.

YouTube Opens Up Live-Streaming to Non-Profits First

AFP Blog

YouTube Opens Up Live-Streaming to Non-Profits First : YouTube wrote in a blog post Monday that this will give its non-profit program members the chance to spread their causes, by sharing charity events and conferences in real-time

2012 NTC Preview: Brian Reich on Innovation

NTEN

Are you ready for the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference ? We're playing host to over 100 breakout sessions in San Francisco this April 3-5, and we're delighted to bring you a video preview of just a few of those, including one from Brian Reich. Here, Brian highlights some of the themes we''ll be addressing in the closing plenary this year.

Communities: Real and Imagined by Quintus Jett of Rutgers University | Community Techknowledge

AFP Blog

Communities: Real and Imagined by Quintus Jett of Rutgers University | Community Techknowledge : I've seen many nonprofit organizations struggle with how to harness the growing capabilities of social media to build community and resources. In email broadcasts and online campaigns, many nonprofits refer to a community of supporters.

Microsoft launches TechSoup in PHL | GMA News Online | The Go-To Site for Filipinos Everywhere

AFP Blog

Microsoft launches TechSoup in PHL | GMA News Online | The Go-To Site for Filipinos Everywhere : As Microsoft Philippines celebrated NGO (non-government organization) Connection Day, it simultaneously launched TechSoup Asia which aims to help organizations acquire technology information and resources