Is It Worth It? An ROI Calculator for Social Network Campaigns - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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Looking forward to sharing your calculator (and the blog) with my clients within the sector. April 25, 2008 | Lisa Neal I need help getting training on how to calculate ROI -- more for our client services and training programs.

Kids and Philanthropy: Teaching Your Children To Be Charitable

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Amy Jussel of Shaping Youth Blog shared a story of how she and her daughter played the Freerice game, a quiz-style vocabulary builder that rewards correct answers with ten grains per bowl to feed hungry children, distributed by the U.N.'s

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ASAE 2008 Here I come!

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I plan to blog a lot while I am there, but of course you never know, and I may instead be off the radar.

An Open Letter to Museums on Twitter

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I'm cool with you using Twitter to let me know about new blog posts, exhibits, programs, or changes to your hours. Note: this is a geeky post that assumes familiarity with Twitter. If you are new to Twitter, please check out this post for more context.

President's Update: Summer 2008

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Well, I just got my first one out in 2008! Benetech Update: Summer 2008 I'm thrilled to be writing you this update, because this year is unusually exciting even by Benetech standards. I'm looking forward to reporting on the latest from Route 66 Literacy on my blog and in future updates.

Upcoming Nonprofits Live: DIY Blogging

Tech Soup Blog

This month, we're examining the landscape of DIY blogging. Join us for this very exciting Nonprofits Live on March 21 , where we will feature nonprofit technology guests sharing their unique perspectives on everything from blog set up and effective strategies, to maintenance and growth best practices over time. In 2008 she decided to integrate blogging into her organization’s overall communications plan.

My Top 16 tools of 2008

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I use WP pretty much everyday, between my own blogs, and helping clients maintain theirs. WP as a blogging tool rocks my world, and although I certainly could move blogging to Drupal, since I seem to be becoming somewhat of a Drupalista, it’s just not worth it. I’ve been meaning to blog about it for a while.) So what tools did you come to depend on in 2008?

My blogging guilt trip

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Nonprofit Blogging Burning Questions and Answers

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I originally wrote this post for the NetSquared Blog. Earlier in the month I taught a Nonprofit Blogging 101 workshop at the 2008 Making Media Connections Conference. How do we decide if our organization should have a blog? What are the topics you want your blog to cover?

Blog Action Day: Can One Person Make A Difference? Challenging Poverty With Social Media

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Today is Blog Action Day where over 11,000 bloggers/sites around the world will publish, donate, or promote the issue of poverty.  Observe is his photos in flickr , read his blog , follow him on Twitter , join his Ning community , and learn why you should care about poverty.

Thinking Differently in 2008

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Everyone is posting New Year's resolutions, and learnings from 2007, but I have decided to be true to myself (hehehe) and do something different for my first post of 2008. I wasn't really ready to tackle this then, I was crazy busy (aren't we all) and trying to find my feet in a lot of areas, including this blog. Tags: data creativity sharing strategic thinking beta testing blogging

For ASAE members: Countdown to ASAE 2008

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MADDIE'S TOP TEN THINGS TO PLAN TO DO AT ASAE 2008 (sort of in date order): - Ummmm.

2008's most popular posts

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I realized this might be a useful roundup of the hottest topics of 2008 from this blog. Most Popular Social Media Posts "Real-Time Subscription Service" - An RSS Primer For You Seven ways to blog without actually starting a blog Gustav: The power of social media LIVE LinkedIn and associations Wiki wiki whoo! What a year this has turned out to be, huh!

Landing Page Optimization for Online Fundraising - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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May 22, 2008 | Melissa Tooley Copyright © 2008, Care2.com , Inc.

Landing Page Optimization for Online Fundraising - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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May 22, 2008 | Melissa Tooley Copyright © 2008, Care2.com , Inc.

Favorite Do-Good Books of 2008

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Check out the Chasing the Flame blog for more details. PhilanTopic included the book on its list of Best Philanthropy-Related Books of 2008. This was probably the book that moved me the most in 2008. What are some your favorite do-good books from 2008?

How Are Your 2008 Activist Resolutions Going?

Have Fun - Do Good

We're half way through 2008, so I thought I'd share how mine are going, and check in on yours. Challenge for the rest of 2008: I'm feeling a bit discouraged about what feels like a lack of progress in the situation. Challenge for rest of 2008: I only have 6 more interviews for 2008.

Convio 2008 Innovator Awards - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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November 20, 2008 | Tad Druart Justin - thanks for shedding light on our 2008 Innovators, its really great to have an organization Like Care2 working to create a true community that recognizes the successes of other nonprofits!

We Are Media Toolbox: Photo Sharing

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Or, say you're working on a blog post about the Golden Gate Bridge. It's photosharing day in the We Are Media toolbox festival! Does your organization run any events? Do you hire a photographer? We used to. Now, each year at the NTC, we ask our colleagues to upload any digital photos they take into Flickr, and to tag those photos with 07NTC / 08NTC / etc. and NTEN ). .

Got Your Ears On? How to Listen to Your Audience Using Social Media

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Set up a few blog searches - you can search sites like Google Blogsearch , Technorati , Bloglines and BlogCatalog. Bonus Tip: Rather than email alerts, you can use a feed reader like Google Reader to collect all of your listening alerts and searches from Google, blog search engines and Twitter into one place. Google Reader will also suggest more relevant blog posts based on your feed subscriptions, all the better for listening. Maddie Grant and Lindy Dreyer, SocialFish, LLC.

Care2 and NOAA Promote International Year of the Reef 2008 - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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The idea was that thefederal agency would work with Care2 to build support for the International Year of the Reef 2008. October 7, 2008 | Paul Greenberg Copyright © 2008, Care2.com , Inc.

How annoying is this!

SocialFish

So I am super happy, I've got 15 reviews on my " how to get comments on your blog " article with Lindy. Tags: blogging ASAE But I can't get to them! When I click on the "15 Reviews" button, I get the most recent five. What's the point of that? Where's the rest? And, as Chris Condayan points out, it's totally ironic (I would say annoying as hell) that you have to log in in order to review and rate an article on 2.0. So hmmm. -

More on PITV.

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So if anyone has nurtured a secret desire to start video blogging. or even if you have ideas about what you'd like to see in our video blog! Tags: video blog PITV So apparently it works to call someone out. Jeff's making me an executive producer of PITV ! Whoo hoo! This is gonna ROCK. Get ready! OR if anyone has a special skill when it comes to finding cool, fun, informative, and/or preferably but not necessarily association-relevant videos online.

A Roundup of New Year's Predictions, Resolutions, and Best Of 2008

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Round up of New Year's Reflections, Best Ofs, and Predictions for 2008. 1. Best of Social Media, Nonprofits, and Social Actions for 2008: You'll find a couple of " best of social media 2008 " lists around from social media gurus. Flickr Photo from Bearman 2007.

How Much Time Does It Take To Do Social Media?

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In my presentations, I use a slide from Nina Simon's blog post called " How Much Time Does It Take To Do Web2.0 Share Your Story: You share the impact of your organization's programs through blogging, podcasting, sharing photos on Flickr, or YouTube or other video sharing site.

Six Museum-Related Blogs You Might Not Know About That Are Really Good

Museum 2.0

Here are six little-known blogs I've enjoyed reading this year. For a year now, Peter Linett and his friends at Slover-Linett Strategies have been blogging thoughtfully about connecting with arts audiences in new ways. What blogs would you recommend?

So Easy, a Chicken Could Do It: frogloop 2008 Reader Survey - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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Main | Care2.com Passes 8 Million Member Mark » Wednesday Jan 16 2008 So Easy, a Chicken Could Do It: frogloop 2008 Reader Survey Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at 03:57PM | by James OMalley Help us help you by taking the frogloop 2008 Reader Survey !

Best of Beth's Blog 2008: Finding The Top Ten Posts In Less Than Five MInutes!

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One of the things I've been wanting to do for a while is review my blog content for the year and select the "Top 10" posts or the "best of" posts. Once a year in June, I do an overall benchmarking and ROI analysis of my blog using particular metrics. But, a top ten post would focus on the content itself - and also jump start some thinking that I need to do for a redesign of this blog. Blogging Behind the Nonprofit Firewall: ROI Approach. Nonprofit Blogging Policies.

Wild Apricot Blog : 10 Reasons Why Every Nonprofit Must Have a Blog

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Infographic: Online Giving And Nonprofits

TechImpact

The graphic, provided by Convio , compares the growth of online giving between the years of 2008 to 2010, these numbers have only grown over the past 3 years and are continuing to increase. Fundraising Industry News Tech blog email email marketing fundraising infographic nonprofit npTech

My NTEN Chat 8/5/08

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But check back at Diary of a Reluctant Blogger every Tuesday at 2 pm EST during the summer 2008 to hang out with me and discuss blogging, social media, strategy, and/or whatever might be on your mind!]. Last week, we had a truly awesome turn out for my NTEN Office Hours chat.

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: Research Friday: Myths about Women as.

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ASU Home ASU A-Z Index My ASU Colleges & Schools Directory Map About Blog Academics Organizational Assistance Emerging Leaders Professional Development Philanthropy Research News & Events You are here: Home → Blog Pages Blog Home Write for us! in 2008, which accounts for 40% of privately held U.S.

Tidbits

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Tidbits June 11, 2008 The Tides Foundation is accepting applications for the 2008 Antonio Pizzigati prize , a $10,000 annual award for outstanding contributions to software in the public interest. The application deadline for this year’s prize: September 1, 2008.

Catch us at the 2008 Bridge Conference | Beaconfire Wire

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My NTEN Chat 8/12/08

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But check back at Diary of a Reluctant Blogger every Tuesday at 2 pm EST during the summer 2008 to hang out with me and discuss blogging, social media, strategy, and/or whatever might be on your mind!]. Last week's NTEN Office Hours chat was awesome! We had a great discussion about wikis and how to try and get people to participate more in them - perhaps give artificial deadlines, or specifically purposeful tasks.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » It is 2008 and I am still Michael Hoffman

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Going out on a limb

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Going out on a limb November 6, 2008 I’m going to go out on a really thin limb here, and feel free to saw it off in the comments. :-) If you haven’t been to change.gov yet, you need to go.

Nonprofit Communications » Blog Archive » Going from a Print Newsletter to Email: What to Leave Behind

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From Kivi Leroux Miller's BlogNonprofit Communications » Blog Archive » Going from a Print Newsletter to Email: What to Leave Behind: "Going from a Print Newsletter to Email: What to Leave BehindPosted by Kivi Leroux Miller on Dec 16, 2008 in E-Newsletters, Nonprofit Communications, Print Newsletters |SubscribeGoing from a Print Newsletter to an Email Newsletter - Webinar This Thursday - Get the

AFP > Resource Center | Fundraising news > Resources: Fundraising Blogs from the AFP Community

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From the AFP ewireAFP > Resource Center | Fundraising news > Resources: Fundraising Blogs from the AFP Community: "Resources: Fundraising Blogs from the AFP Community(Sept. 29, 2008) They have been down the road you’re on, and their expertise is just a hop, skip and a blog away.Some seasoned fundraisers and nonprofit leaders are finding self-published online columns and articles (a.k.a. blogs) to.

So farewell then, OLPC CTO (and dm.ca) | Computerworld Blogs

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So farewell then, OLPC CTO (and dm.ca) | Computerworld Blogs: "It's the first IT Blogwatch of 2008: in which The One Laptop Per Child project loses its CTO. Not to mention a (Canadian) copyright carol.Agam Shah reports:The One Laptop Per Child project suffered a blow this week, with Chief Technology Officer Mary Lou Jepsen quitting the nonprofit to start a for-profit company to commercialize.