Mon.May 21, 2012

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Winning at Pinning

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth: A few weeks ago, I asked folks on Facebook “ What Nonprofits Are Crushing It on Pinterest ?” Please share your thoughts!

Why cross-posting is a bad idea

John Haydon

You live in an age and place where technology allows us to increasingly automate countless daily tasks. But Especially if those tasks require tact. For

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Why Scoring Member Engagement Matters, Part 1


Here’s the latest post in our “INDUSTRY INSIDERS” column. Introduction and Overview. Select Key Performance Indicators.

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Who Tweets For You?


Yesterday I received a seemingly simple question about Twitter handles from a member of our community--should an organization have a handle that directly represents the organization, or should staff tweet as themselves? As I thought about my response, it dawned on me how tricky an issue this can be. Really, it all comes down to your goals.

AIRS Conference: NextGen 2.11


The first such opportunity builds on the massive scale and scope of healthcare, and the numbers of consumers in that marketplace. Ever onwards! Dr. W.

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5 Keys to a Successful Fundraiser

Tech Soup Blog

Are you responsible for your nonprofit's event management? It's an undertaking with a lot of pressure riding on the project's success.

How To Define Your Organization's Purpose

Eric Jacobsen Blog

John Baldoni offers these tips in his book, Lead With Purpose , for how to define an organization's purpose.

Your (Free) Big Vision May/June 2012 Worksheet

Have Fun - Do Good

Hello Have Fun, Do Gooders! Here's your Big Vision worksheet (created by the hubs! ) for the next lunar cycle (May 20-June 19). You can download a PDF of it from Dropbox by clicking on this link: [link]. Tip: I email mine to the local copy shop, and ask them to print it on their super duper color printer. Tweet. Your Big Vision Worksheets


Lame spam of the day: CitiBank Account Alert

Robert Weiner

This type of phishing scam is common as dirt, but this example is particularly lame. Then there are some typos. Sender:

Texty Librarians Mobile-ize Support with Congressional Phone Calls

Mobile Commons

The American Library Association has developed a smart new way to reach supporters. They’re offering a text message alert system that will make it easy for people to take action on the library’s behalf. According to an article in The Digital Shift. If you’d like to sign up for the text-to-call service, you can text LIBRARY to 877877.