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Online Discussion on June 23: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Robert Weiner

The speakers include: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization’s voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. read more.

Transcript: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Robert Weiner

The discussion featured: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization's voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. read more.

StumbleUpon Launches Program to Help Nonprofits | GoodWorks - Advertising Age

AFP Blog

StumbleUpon Launches Program to Help Nonprofits | GoodWorks - Advertising Age : "StumbleUpon is officially launching Stumbling for Good, a new advertising program to help nonprofits increase awareness and site traffic.

How To Pimp Your Stumbleupon Profile

John Haydon

The pie chart below from my Google Analytics shows the number of visitors by referral source - with Stumbleupon sending me a whopping 26% of all my referral traffic! Over the past few weeks, these visitors have asked me how to pimp their Stumbleupon profiles with links. Which gives the results similar to my stumbleupon page. 3.

Top 8 Social Media Tracking Tools - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

link] It tracks Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Digg, Delicious, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn. seriously think it’s "the" buzz word of 2009. media.

Generating Buzz: Using Social Media to Drive Website Traffic

NTEN

told her just to try it and see what happens. I set her on the path to join all of the major and up-and-coming social media sites like StumbleUpon , Digg , Reddit , Delicious and Mixx. Danielle Brigida, National Wildlife Federation. If ignored, however, it can lead to tears of anguish and people punching their computers. Know Your Goals.

How The National Wildlife Federation Uses Social Media

John Haydon

We’ve also received a lot of traffic from Stumbleupon and Digg as well as the other social news and bookmarking sites. We have used StumbleUpon, Digg and other sites strategically to drive traffic and share interesting resources.&#. Following is an interview I conducted with Daniela Brigida of the National Wildlife Federation.

A Photo A Day Keeps Lack of Engagement Away

Frogloop

Photos on Pinterest are referring more traffic than Twitter, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn, and Google+. How many photos do you take a day?

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6 cool curation sites you may not have heard of

SocialFish

StumbleUpon surfer? So my new thing is curated news sites.  Or curated stories, as they are not all “news” per se. Anyway.

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Google +: The Trade Off Between Privacy Needs, Community, and Social Context

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Google + was just one of a series of new releases and changes as part of leveraging Google’s communications products. Let’s face it. Google

New Social News Site for Nonprofits

NTEN

You're probably familiar with the concept of social news through sites like StumbleUpon and Digg : users post links to stories, other users rate the posts by voting them up or down. While I have accounts with StumbleUpon and Reddit, I rarely use them. Tags: NPTech stumbleupon idealistnews.org idealist.org reddit web2.0

Transcript: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Tech Soup Blog

The discussion featured: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization's voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. read more. Tools

Online Discussion on June 23: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Tech Soup Blog

The speakers include: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization's voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. read more. Tools

How Much Time Does It Take To Do Social Media?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Buzz tools include FriendFeed, Twitter, StumbleUpon, and Digg - and of course you add many others to this category that are found in other categories.

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Wild Apricot Blog : Social Annotation: the Next Generation of Social Bookmarking

Wild Apricot Blog

Great reads from December 12th through December 13th

Amy Sample Ward

The Ultimate Social Media Etiquette Handbook: The Most Egregious Sins on Social Media Sites, Exposed » techipedia | tamar weinberg - A great primer on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Social News sharing, FriendFeed, YouTube, StumbleUpon, Blogging and more. Check out the discount! Check out how Tyson agreed to donate 70,000 lbs of food!

Social Media 101 TweetChat Recap: Tagging

Tech Soup Blog

Social bookmarking sites include well-known sites such as Delicious, Digg, Stumbleupon, Reddit, and Technorati. The campaign. You're It!

Social Media Case Study Slam Panel at NTC 08: Danielle Brigida, NWF - A Case Study on Traffic

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This case study is by Danielle Brigida from the NWF and her experience using Digg and StumbleUpon for generating traffic. Today I'll be talking about using Digg and Stumbleupon specifically. Slide 14: Stumbleupon allows people to thumb up your site and write comments, therefore your ROI can come in forms of thumbs and comments.

Guest Post by Angus Parker: Review and Book Giveaway - The New Community Rules by Tamar Weinberg

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We have read a lot of books over the last year that aimed to be the "go to" source for understanding Social Media. Finally, one stands out.

WeAreMedia ToolBox: This Week We're Working Crowdsourcing, Micro Media, and Lifestreaming Tools

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

  We're talking about tools like Digg, Stumbleupon, Reddit and others.  Week Three of the We Are Media Toolbox begins! 

Interview with Jonathon Colman: Social Media Secrets from a Green Geek

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

StumbleUpon. StumbleUpon referred nearly 17,000 people to nature.org this past January, and what most marketers don???t But I???m walks.

8 Benefits of Having a Nonprofit Blog

Have Fun - Do Good

Should all nonprofits have a blog? Can having a blog benefit your organization? Below are eight benefits of having a nonprofit blog. 1.

It's the End of Tumblr As We Know It (and I Feel Fine)

Idealware

If they really wanted be the social network apple of my eye, they could offer a “Tumbling for Good” program, similar to the one StumbleUpon employs, that features one outstanding nonprofit Tumblr each month, but I''m not holding my breath for that. The deal was made final today. Yahoo! In fact, not only will it not be adding a Yahoo!

Social Network Tracker: How to Find your Supporters on Social Networks

Frogloop

StumbleUpon. Engage them in discussions and generate feedback. Help spread the word about your organizations or cause to their personal network.

My wish for Web 2.5

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Second, is bookmarking. I now have accounts at del.icio.us, ma.gnolia, furl, and stumbleupon. too bad they don’t have stumbleupon included. But I’m not so sold on stumbleupon anyway. November 28, 2006 Well, both in the process of learning about all of the very cool web 2.0 First, there’s the blogging issue.

How To Think Like A Nonprofit Social Marketing Genius: What's Your Brilliant Thought?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Buzz tools include FriendFeed, Twitter, StumbleUpon, and Digg - and of course you add many others to this category that are found in other categories.

Guest Post: 8 Benefits of Having a Nonprofit Blog

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

When they find it saved by someone on a social bookmarking site like del.icio.us , StumbleUpon or Digg. Blogs can help you work faster.

How To Build A Social Media Cockpit With Firefox

John Haydon

Y ou are a heavy user of Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, FriendFeed, Digg and Delicious. See Stumbleupon reviews with one click. Submit, review and “like&# content with Stumbleupon users. You had your “strategy compass&# set on due north but now you have gotten lost. Building a  social media cockpit. For now. Thanks.

SXSW: Social Media Nonprofit ROI Poetry Slam - Slides, Links, and Poems (long)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

With Twitter, Facebook, Digg and Stumbleupon gone are the days forgotten lore. SXSW Poetry Slam Slides View more presentations from kanter. Today, I am moderating a panel at SXSW about Social Media Nonprofit ROI in the format of a poetry slam.   The panel will be in room 18BCD at 5: 00 PM.   The description: What works and rhymes? Thanks!

10 Questions to Get You Started Using Social Media for Your Nonprofit or Do-Good Project

Have Fun - Do Good

StumbleUpon , Delicious ) Wiki (i.e. One of the most common questions I'm asked as a social media consultant is, "Which tool is the best?" Unfortunately, there isn't an easy answer to that question. What is the goal I'm trying to achieve by using social media? Raise awareness? Build web traffic? Attract new donors? Increase membership? 2.

On Kawasaki's "How to Pick up Followers on Twitter"

SocialFish

Guy then lists a bunch of places you can find stuff to link to (StumbleUpon, CNN, Alltop, Truemors, etc.) NO. I was recently asked to do a quick summary of this post by Guy Kawasaki, "Looking for Mr GoodTweet: How to Pick Up Followers on Twitter" which has been doing the rounds. My take? Personally, I call b.s. on this one. Show your face.

Guest Post by Steve MacLaughlin: Creating a Social Networking Strategy (Part 0)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

They don't need to understand the latest techno widget or the nuances of StumbleUpon vs. Digg. Where are we today? What's going on? Phase 0.

The Perils of Popularity

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

lthough neither Digg.com, StumbleUpon or NetVibe purports to be a social network, replacing a Facebook, each is a leader in new forms of social Internet use. I like Rashmi's new slide show, especially the title. It helped me clarify some fuzzy thoughts about social networking, pattern analysis, and information overload. community tag stream.

My social media experiment with the fool on the hill

John Haydon

Related posts: How To Build A Social Media Cockpit With Firefox You are a heavy user of Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, FriendFeed, I Was Unprepared For The Philanthopy.com Chat About Using Social Media for Fundraising Chris Garrett and I had no clue how many people would. The future will be crowned by those who act on their inspirations.

WeAreMedia Live Workshop: Reflections

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Experiment with StumbleUpon. Co-instructors included Holly Ross, Nina Simon, Rachel Weidinger, Britt Bravo, David Cohn, and John Kenyon.

NpTech Tag Summary: Chimp Personality, Convio Open API, and More

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Find out what kind of monkey you are for a good cause. Convio or Causes? More from the Convio Summit this week. wholeheartedly agree ! And if Web 2.0

Web 2.0 Part IIa: Social Bookmarking

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

But in the meantime, social bookmarking tools are I think a useful part of Web 2.0. { 9 comments… read them below or add one } 1 Chris Willmott 09.25.06 at 3:02 am Have you tried StumbleUpon for ’stumbling’ upon websites that other like minded people have visited and liked. Ma.gnolia is a new(ish) social bookmarking tool.

4 Social media tips that Rock by @franswaa

John Haydon

Share useful resources on Delicious or StumbleUpon. Funny thing is I got into social media by complete chance. So what did I do you ask? Learn.

Intersting Post: Information Overload and the FOOD IS THOUGHT Metaphor

Network-Centric Advocacy

Surely, even with the most efficient recommendations from StumbleUpon and all sorts of filtration tools, those tenths of seconds still must add up? I love this riff. For a long time people in the nonprofit sector that I work with have complained about information overload. Just because it's there doesn't mean you have to overeat.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » NTEN Does Web 2.0

See What's Out There

Danielle Brigida from NWF presented a case study on Digg and StumbleUpon. They were all very good, and all the same. attended two of them.

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