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

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frogloop Home frogloop Home Receive monthly updates Subscribe to our RSS feed Follow frogloop on Twitter Most Popular Posts Social Network ROI Calculator Social Networking for Nonprofits: ROI, Tracking Tools and More "While Theyre Hot!" This is an excellent tool and thank you for sharing it.

An Interview With Facebook’s Libby Leffler: Facebook and Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity have lunch with Libby Leffler who works on strategic partnerships at Facebook with nonprofits. I sat down for an interview to learn more about her work at Facebook and tips for nonprofits. What is your current job at Facebook?

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Case Study: Tools for Community Engagement

NTEN

Every campaign, every organization, and really, even every individual engaging with others online has a set of tools and techniques they've learned from and rely on every day. The ToMamaWithLove campaign saw them try some new tools as well as some trusted favorites, even with a budget of $0 and a lot of volunteer time. When it came to blogger outreach, a Google Doc was the preferred and successful tool. Stacey felt it was a great tool, but they didn't use it effectively.

11 Types of Photos Nonprofits Should Post on Social Media

Nonprofit Tech for Good

In the same way that Twitter forced me to rethink online messaging in 2008 and onward, Pinterest has made it abundantly clear that expecting our online supporters and donors to read even only 140-characters can sometimes be too much to ask. Posted on Facebook by Save the Rhino International.

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

NTEN

Sign up for Facebook and search for your organization's name there, too. You can also find people you know on Facebook simply by importing your email list from Outlook. Facebook doesn't automatically spam your email contacts. Instead, you get the chance to see who has a Facebook account so you can choose to connect with them -- or not. Maybe you've found enough folks on LinkedIn or Facebook to make setting up an official group worthwhile.

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. services like Twitter, Flickr and Facebook, text messaging, all of these made this possible.

The Future of Authority: Platform Power

Museum 2.0

So when people like me start advocating for the creation of tools and opportunities by which visitors can share their stories, reaggregate the artifacts, even rate and review each others' creations, museum professionals of all stripes get concerned.

Lame Spam of the Day: Lehman Brothers Centre for Women 2008 Newsletter

Robert Weiner

It''s been a while since I got a spam message that rose to the level of true lameness (maybe because I''ve improved my anti-spam tools), but this one hit the target. But the real clincher is that the subject line says it''s a newsletter from March, 2008.

NewsGallery - Australian charities turn to Facebook generation for survival

AFP Blog

PRESS RELEASENewsGallery - Australian charities turn to Facebook generation for survival: "'I'm in no doubt that the tools of the social web are going to be a crucial part of online life for nonprofits in Australia as they are in the USA,' Ms Kanter said.'Whether

What is private? What is public?

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

June 10, 2008 Today, someone on the progressive exchange list asked about a tool called Rapleaf. Rapleaf digs into the usual social networking sites (Facebook, MySpace, etc.), I don’t know whether to be sad or proud that RapLeaf finds only my Facebook profile and no demos.

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

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I use a variety of tools for this analysis, including Google Analytics, Feedburner subscriber counts, and manually tracking comment to post ratios (typepad doesn't have a nifty plugin like wordpress to automate that grunge work) A tool that use to evlauate my content is PostRank. The What, Why, and How of Facebook Fan Pages. Is Facebook Causes A One Night Stand? BackType: Another Listening Tool.

Social Network Management Systems?

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

September 11, 2008 I have been thinking about the software tools we call “Management Systems&# – like Content Management Systems, Document Management Systems, Learning Management Systems… I’ve also been playing a lot with an open source tool called Elgg , and have also played, in the past, with Crabgrass , another open source … “SNMS&# ? What do these tools allow you to do? Think a whitebox version of Ning, or Facebook.

It’s my social graph, darn it!

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January 4, 2008 Some interesting things are happening in Web2.0 There has been quite the dustup, started by Facebook kicking Richard Scoble off, because he’d violated the Facebook terms of service. Because of a script that scraped names and email addresses from Facebook, called Plaxo Pulse. There’s a poll on mashable.com , where the sentiment is most certainly heavily in favor of Facebook opening up the social graph.

My Birthday Cause: Free Geek!

Amy Sample Ward

I have a birthday coming up and over the weekend I received an email from Causes, the social change application in Facebook. Thanks to Facebook, in two weeks all of your friends will see that it’s your birthday.

WeAreMedia: Social Networks - Build the Nonprofit Social Media Tool Box

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Source: Nielsen Online The We Are Media Festival of Tools is starts the last week of work on the Nonprofit Social Media Toolbox with a focus on social networking tools and widgets and apps.   The top social networking sites include some familiar names - Myspace and Facebook.

My Top 10 Social Action Platforms of 2008

Social Actions

I've been working for Social Actions throughout the second half of 2008 - and I've been amazed and inspired by the various networks where you can make a difference online. In 2008, Kiva.org took off with the launch of lending teams and partial loan repayments.

My Top 10 Social Action Platforms of 2008

Social Actions

I've been working for Social Actions throughout the second half of 2008 - and I've been amazed and inspired by the various networks where you can make a difference online. In 2008, Kiva.org took off with the launch of lending teams and partial loan repayments.

American Express "Members Project" - 2008 Experiences - Interview with Belinda Lang

Influence

I had the chance to interview Belinda Lang, American Express Vice President, Consumer Marketing Strategy, and who was involved with their very inspiring 2008 Members Project. I interviewed her Nov 5, 2008 at our Marketing and Online Communities Conference.

Social Networking and Web Tools for Chicago Nonprofits

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Social Networking and Web Tools for Chicago Nonprofits. You already know Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn et al???now The majority of the room had experience in social networking sites and tools, both personally and for their organization. What are some specific tools you like?

Update on social network portability

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Update on social network portability January 8, 2008 Last week, I covered the Richard Scoble dust-up. Thanks to twitter (hat tip to marshallk ), I learned about today’s big news: Google, Plaxo and Facebook joined the Data Portability working group.

WeAreMedia Project

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology WeAreMedia Project August 13, 2008 Yet another great NTEN project is happening, spearheaded by Beth Kanter, to develop a Social Media toolkit for Nonprofits.

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This entry was posted on Thursday, August 7th, 2008 at 3:24 pm and is filed under CRM , Technology. 3 Comments Mark | Thursday, 14 August 2008 at 5:38 pm A scary clown.

Beaconfire Survey: What online innovactions do you predict in 2008? | Beaconfire Wire

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06/28/2010: User Expectations and Interface Response Times 06/16/2010: Making the most of conference hashtags: A tool for presenters 06/08/2010: Beaconfire Survey: Seductive Interactions 06/08/2010: Emailing with Convio – Testing Conditional Content 06/07/2010: Goin’ Barefoot?

Facebook the last frontier?

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Facebook the last frontier? June 18, 2007 OK, so I finally drank the Facebook coolaid – and although it took me a long time to get around to, I have now realized how many people in the nptech field have already been on facebook for a while. And, if you’re already on facebook, add me as a friend.

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Saving Time with the Metadata API Saving Time with the Metadata API Last Updated on Wednesday, 6 August 2008 09:08 Written by Steve Wednesday, 6 August 2008 09:08 We’ve done about 20 Salesforce implementations, and have 5 more going right now.

Digital Web Magazine - Portable Social Networks, The Building Blocks Of A Social Web

AFP Blog

Digital Web Magazine - Portable Social Networks, The Building Blocks Of A Social Web: "Social networks as we know them—MySpace, Facebook, Twitter—each keep identity and personal relationships separate from one another. It’s a familiar process, but in 2008 we have the tools to break that trend

Can A Blogging Work Flow Tool Help Me Be More Productive?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I recently discovered a blogging work flow tool called Zemanta , that according to its web site. That way I can really understand if this tool would help me save time or bring traffic. Are you using Zemanta or similar tool?

Internet Strategy on the Cheap: Tools and Resources

Have Fun - Do Good

We've compiled a list of Tools and Resources to share with participants, and thought that you might enjoy seeing it as well.

Developing a Social Media Plan: Lessons from Election 2008

NTEN

Election 2008 is remarkable for so many reasons. While campaigns employ a variety of communications tactics to win an election (from door knocking to lawn signs to TV commercials), it may be hard to determine exactly what role social media tools have played in this historic year. As agents of social change, there is a great deal the nonprofit sector can learn from Election 2008. Tools you can Use. We can learn a great deal from the best practices of Election 2008.

Join me in a discussion over at Social Edge: Pumping Up Your Professional Network with Social Networking Tools

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Come join me in a discussion about how to effectively pump up your professional network with social networking tools over at Social Edge beginning on September 23rd. Using online social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, and even Twitter can help you reach your networking goals.

Beaconfire launches Employees Facebook App | Beaconfire Wire

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06/28/2010: User Expectations and Interface Response Times 06/16/2010: Making the most of conference hashtags: A tool for presenters 06/08/2010: Beaconfire Survey: Seductive Interactions 06/08/2010: Emailing with Convio – Testing Conditional Content 06/07/2010: Goin’ Barefoot?

Seeking Examples of Women's Reproductive Health Advocacy, Organizing, or Education Campaigns Using Facebook, Twitter, or Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I'm prepping a talk for Funders Network Briefing and seeking any examples of Women's Reproductive Health advocacy, organizing, or education using Social Networks (Facebook), Flickr, and Twitter. Even if you're using those tools as part of a larger campaign, I'd like to see those too.

Facebook gets out the vote | Beaconfire Wire

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06/28/2010: User Expectations and Interface Response Times 06/16/2010: Making the most of conference hashtags: A tool for presenters 06/08/2010: Beaconfire Survey: Seductive Interactions 06/08/2010: Emailing with Convio – Testing Conditional Content 06/07/2010: Goin’ Barefoot?

More on Facebook

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology More on Facebook July 17, 2007 Michelle Martin has a great post this week on Facebook. They have a roundup of what they are calling the 10 best Facebook apps for work. In the last few weeks of using Facebook, I’d already realized how it’s fitting into my workflow in ways that no other social networking site does.

Worldwide Protest Organized on Facebook - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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Segmenting your Facebook Updates | Beaconfire Wire

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06/28/2010: User Expectations and Interface Response Times 06/16/2010: Making the most of conference hashtags: A tool for presenters 06/08/2010: Beaconfire Survey: Seductive Interactions 06/08/2010: Emailing with Convio – Testing Conditional Content 06/07/2010: Goin’ Barefoot?

Creative Profiling: Tools for Defining and Understanding Your Audience

Museum 2.0

Forrester suggests that companies use their profiling tool (and related custom research services) to understand the behaviors and desires of target audiences, and then provide experiences accordingly.

Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants July 27, 2008 This week, it is my pleasure to host the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants. at 12:11 pm Top 10 blog posts of 2008 :: Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology 12.26.08

My iPhone 3G

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology My iPhone 3G August 12, 2008 I once joined the “iPhone non-buyers&# group on Facebook. I swore up and down I wouldn’t get one. I said: I will not be buying an iPhone until they sell an unlocked version that doesn’t need to be hacked to use third party applications. Well, the iPhone 3G changed the equation, some.

Pros and Cons of Facebook Activism

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I joined the various Burma Facebook groups early on because my colleagues in Cambodia were involved from the beginning and documented some of the activism. taking place across various social media sites, including Facebook. I helped her track down the people behind the Support the monks Campaign and Facebook Burma Group, an unofficial representative in the UK named Imran Jamal, Burma Global Action Network. s not neccesarily the tool for building an activist base.???