Nonprofit Web Design Process Part 3: Content Strategy

Connection Cafe

Content for your website includes your headlines, body copy, photos, captions, graphics, videos, audio clips, etc. Articulating content priorities for your homepage and other key pages/sections of your web presence.

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Did You Miss? 22 MUST READS of 2013

SocialFish

Those articulated here are just a few that we have found to have great consequence on building and sustaining better marketing and better businesses.” Here’s a truly amazing audio map. Here are some of my absolute favorite posts of the year.

Fascinating Meeting at the Copyright Office

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I came away with a much better understanding of the issues they are exploring and certainly did my part to articulate why I support the positions we have. The Author’s Guild asserts that they control the audio rights and that delivering a text ebook to a device which could speak it aloud with synthetic text-to-speech and that their commercial market for audio books will someday be significantly affected by TTS.

SXSW Reflection: Using Social Media to Facilitate A Global Back Channel at a Panel Session

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In order to do this, you need to give people a brief context and articulate the interaction rules. producer who can help with the AV and two laptops. Also, if you’re using videos, wireless mics, and fixed mics – make sure the conference provider has enough audio inputs.

My Learnings from the Boston Media Makers Meeting

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Some techniques that I learned about that I want to put into practice in future work: Capturing secondary audio with an external mic and recorder and then synching them during the editing process. Click here to play video. The Boston Media Makers meeting on Sunday was inspiring.

Adventures in Artist-Driven Public Engagement: Machine Project at the Hammer Museum

Museum 2.0

Artist as Problem Solver vs. Artist as Problem Explorer Mark Allen (director of Machine Project) and I have talked about this issue several times, and Mark articulates it beautifully. It would have been more like those audio tours, and it’s not about that.

Links Roundup - April 1-10

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Not a how-to , she's put together a list of possible applications for this technology in the non-profit arena that - especially if your a text-based dude like me who has not gotten too excited about audio media yet - may get you thinking about buying a good microphone before the week is out. Tim Anderson tackles an issue I've troubled over in the back of my mind but never quite articulated. Here are a few sites and resources I've found worth bookmarking in the last week or so: 1.

501c3 Cast

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

and he has promised to me sound smart and articulate!). One of the things I learned in my experimenting with online audio conversations with others who work in the npo sector is that any way we can make things scannable and quick to listsen to is good. I'm on a little podcasting kick here.

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112 Nonprofit Blog Posts, Articles, and Stories from 2013 You Can’t Miss.

Connection Cafe

Colleen Fahey’s article, How Audio Enhances Your Brand Content: Find Your Signature Sound , provides guidance for how your nonprofit can strengthen its voice. Being a good communicator involves more than just good articulation; it’s about understanding your audience. It’s been quite the year. And if the collection of resources and highlights below are any indication, a lot has happened in the nonprofit industry over the past 365 days.

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Turn Brand Strategy into an Effective Website

Tech Soup Blog

The ideas and narrative are laid out in a well-articulated strategic brief. The best place to start when developing a website is with a clear brand strategy.

Self-Censorship for Museum Professionals

Museum 2.0

You can view (and download ) the slides and audio here, which feature our provocations and the discussion that followed. The audio starts noisy. Few were able to articulate a response policy that wasn't based entirely on the volume of the ire raised.

The One-Look Virus and Immersive Environments for Teaching and Learning

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I don't think she is saying SL is a fad that will go away as other people without her depth of knowledge have articulated. While poking around Koo's blog, I found the transcript and audio for the session , along with screen capture of what Second Life participants looked like from the view of those sitting in the room at Harvard Law School.