How Smart Nonprofits Do Blogger Outreach Right

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How Smart Nonprofits Do Blogger Outreach Right

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My presentation for the Grouphigh Outreach Marketing Summit. Enjoy! ————– ( photo credit ). Related Posts How to Lead Your Way to a Social Organization BREAKING: LinkedIn is Shutting off the Jobs Tab for Groups Community Management Fundamentals Five Web Design Trends to Watch Adapt Your Website to a Mobile World Did You Miss? 22 MUST READS of 2013. Featured Implementation Social, In Theory

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Top Ten Online Fundraising Bloggers | Inspiring Generosity

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Top Ten Online Fundraising Bloggers | Inspiring Generosity : For the nonprofit professional that’s getting their feet wet in the social (or online) fundraising world, this list can help introduce you to what I consider the best blogs on social media etiquette, philanthropy, and fundraising. From Razoo.

What Makes a Blogger Credible? | Social Media Strategy for Nonprofits and Businesses

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What Makes a Blogger Credible? Social Media Strategy for Nonprofits and Businesses

Nonprofit Podcast and Blogger @joangarry Profiles Healthy Happy Nonprofit Book

Beth Kanter

If you don’t already read Joan Garry’s nonprofit blog and or listen to her podcast , you should. She has the experience of being a nonprofit executive director, but now works with nonprofits, assisting with crisis management, executive coaching and the building of strong management teams to support the work of the CEO. This summer I was lucky enough to be a guest to talk about the Happy Healthy Nonprofit Book on her podcast. Happy Healthy Nonprofit

29 Nonprofit Bloggers to Follow on Twitter « Nonprofit Tech 2.0

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29 Nonprofit Bloggers to Follow on Twitter « Nonprofit Tech 2.0: "* Home29 Nonprofit Bloggers to Follow on Twitter2009 October 19tags: Blogging, Twitterby nonprofitorgsLast week I asked the followers of @NonprofitOrgs to nominate their favorite nonprofit bloggers. Some on the list are very known in the nonprofit sector, and others are completely

Blogger creates trouble!

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

He challenged us to name a new (formed in the last 10 or 20 years) nonprofit Google, or Microsoft or YouTube. Late breaking news from the Gathering. Yours truly clearly ticked off our articulate and thought provoking keynote speaker, Carl Schramm, the head of the Kauffman Foundation. Carl's foundation is the foundation for entrepreneurship. Carl started off with a spirited advocacy for the power of entrepreneurship, touching on the vision of Ewing Kauffman, the founder of his foundation.

29 Nonprofit Bloggers to Follow on Twitter

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Last week I asked the followers of @NonprofitOrgs to nominate their favorite nonprofit bloggers. Some on the list are very known in the nonprofit sector, and others are completely under the radar and providing some very valuable resources to the nonprofit sector. This time around I limited the list to individuals bloggers, rather than blogs maintained by associations, publications, PR firms, etc. Blog: Nonprofit Commons: Nonprofits in Second Life.

Nonprofit Bloggers Give Susan G. Komen Foundation A Huge Spanking

John Haydon

One of the best things I love about the nonprofit community is watching my friends serve up a well-deserved spanking! Allyson shared five key lessons nonprofits can learn from the Komen failure. Don’t you just love nonprofit bloggers! By now you’ve probably read about the decision by the Susan G. Komen Foundation to cease giving grants to Planned Parenthood for breast cancer screenings.

22 Must-Circle Nonprofit Bloggers and Resources on Google+

Nonprofit Tech for Good

There are many other early adopters blazing a trail through Google+ and below are 22 that are useful to nonprofits and worthy of a Google+ Circle all their own. Google for Nonprofits. Nonprofit Organizations. Nonprofit Quarterly. Worthwhile Films | Nonprofit Media. Related Links: Webinar: How Nonprofits Can Successfully Use Google+ and Google Products. HOW TO: Create a Google+ Page for Your Nonprofit. Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits.

The New Media Relations for Nonprofits - How Nonprofits Can Get Their Stories Out Through Bloggers and Twitter

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Joanne Fritz covers New Media RelationsThe New Media Relations for Nonprofits - How Nonprofits Can Get Their Stories Out Through Bloggers and Twitter: "Media relations in the world of Web 2.0 have changed dramatically.While it is still important to keep in touch with the so-called 'main stream media,' especially your local reporters, that is no longer sufficient.".

Cambodia Bloggers: Five Years Later – Part 2

Beth Kanter

I started blogging in 2003 about nonprofits and social media and started second blog about Cambodia, “Cambodia for Kids” after the arrival of my daughter, Sara and discovering that there was a vibrant community of bloggers in Cambodia. It was terrific to see Tharum who was one of the first Cambodia bloggers. I also got to reconnect with these Cambodia bloggers - Norbert Klein , Lux Mean , Ramana Sorn , and Kounila Keo.

Nonprofit Bloggers at Blogher

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This is Nancy White making a toast at the Saturday night dinner which was going to be nonprofit bloggers, but was a large group of everyone who wanted to eat together. There was a "birds of feather" nonprofit table and I think I photographed most of the bloggers with an interest in nonprofit blogging. If you were at Blogher and are interested in nonprofit blogging, add a comment below.

Time Management for Nonprofit Techies (and Bloggers)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Some of you in the nonprofit technology field may remember this wonderful cartoon " Time Management for Techies " created by Miriam Engelberg who we lost breast cancer about two years ago. I thought of that cartoon today as I read Chris Brogan's brilliant post " Scaling Yourself " which seems to be resonating with bloggers and micro-bloggers including me. Flickr Photo by Mangee.

Bloggers Who Create Community Award

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Roger Carr from the Everyday Giving Blog presented the Bloggers Who Create Community Award to Beth's Blog! Here's what he had to say: Beth is a guru in the use of technology for nonprofits. She seems to be involved everywhere nonprofit technology is discussed online. Beth Kanter has created a huge community of nonprofit and technology experts who are changing the world. Michele is an amazing blogger and a master of reflection and learning.

So You Think You Can Blog? Guidelines For New Bloggers

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You're happy with the new blog design, you understand the platform you've chosen, you've gotten sign-off from above to move forward, and you've signed a surprising number of your staff up to serve as regular bloggers. You want to offer your bloggers some guidance and make them comfortable with the process since many of them are nervous about blogging and most have never blogged before. Fill your bloggers in! How often do you expect your bloggers to post?

The Killer Blog Strategy Mind-Map For Simple Minded Bloggers

John Haydon

I’m currently working with a number of nonprofits who want to start a blog. For nonprofits, this means using creative email marketing, and discussing your blog posts on Facebook and Twitter. They’ve all gone through a process on deciding whether of not a blog is right for them (Also see tomorrow’s free webinar with Charityhowto ). After we establish goals , one of the first steps is to create a blog strategy.

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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 April 14, 2008 I like hosting the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants. And I get to highlight the work of some of my favorite bloggers, too. SOX First, which is a new blog to me, and focuses on Sarbanes-Oxely compliance, asks whether nonprofits hold the ethical high ground.

Profiles of Nonprofit Bloggers from TechSoup

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Three interviews with nonprofit bloggers by Marnie Webb on TechSoup back in August, 2004 missed this one.

23 Years Ago Today and How Not To Pitch A Blogger Redux (And Twitter pitches too)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last year, I marked the date with the above photo and a post with tips for cultivating bloggers and how it was like a long term relationship. It was from a nonprofit organization, a communications manager, who sent me the link out of the blue, without even a "Dear Beth," and really not saying much about why I would be interested. So, here's some advice on how to not to pitch a blogger. The best first date with a blogger is to leave a meaningful comment on their blog.

SEO Reputation Management for Your Nonprofit

NonProfit Hub

Nonprofit organizations and SEO Reputation. A nonprofit organization can benefit from online reputation management by attracting funds to support their causes. . Prospective donors are unlikely to trust a nonprofit organization with a questionable reputation.

Nonprofit and Activist Women Bloggers in Chicago

Have Fun - Do Good

With just nine days until the BlogHer Conference in Chicago, where I'll be moderating the panel, "Getting It On(line) for a Cause: Raising Money," I thought I'd search around for nonprofit and activist women bloggers in the Chicago area. Christine Cupaiuolo is a Chicago-based blogger who created MsMusings.net , Ms. What other nonprofit and activist bloggers based in Chicago do you read? chicago women blog nonprofit activist

Want to work at Wild Apricot? Marketing Writer/Blogger job posting

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Are you an writer and blogger with social media experience, and a background working with associations or non-profits? Tags: Wild Apricot association nonprofit Job Wild Apricot is looking for a new member to join our marketing team! Are you looking for a great challenge at a great company doing great things? Then we’re looking for YOUR help to grow even bigger and better!

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Gen Y Nonprofits and Social Change Bloggers: Meet Miss Jones

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

and was in the room asked "Where are the twenty something/millennial bloggers writing about social change, activism, and nonprofits?" The next logical step, of course, is to start to get to know some of these bloggers by doing interviews. Meet Miss Jones who blogs about what she is learning as a recent college graduate with her first full time job in the nonprofit sector and as a young woman of color living in a new city trying to find herself.

A New Idealware Blogger: Shawn Michael

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I’m thrilled to welcome Shawn Michael as the newest Idealware blogger! She has more than 15 years’ experience helping nonprofit and for-profit organizations, and governmental entities understand how technology can make their work more effective and efficient. Shawn is the NPower Oregon Director at TACS.

America's Giving Challenge: Bloggers Campaign Roundup

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I launched a bloggers campaign as part of the Sharing Foundation's America Giving Challenge. Roger recently shared some thoughts about why he is participating in the bloggers campaign. I turned to one of my favorite nonprofit marketing bloggers and colleagues, Marc Sirkin , for some advice and help with the America's Giving Challenge for the Sharing Foundation. If you are a blogger and want to participate in this blogger's campaign, you can sign up here

Nonprofit Technology Link Love

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 Nonprofit Technology Link Love July 30, 2008 Here are posts from a small sampling of bloggers I regularly read: Holly Ross shows her geek cred in a great post about DNS.

The Top (insert type) Bloggers Lists

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Seems like the "top bloggers lists" or "the best of XYZ blogs" lists are circulating. Even the idea that there could be a ranking of 'best' bloggers is mistaken. A few days I noticed a " 20 PR Powerwoman blogs " list which has morphed into the magical list of outstanding women bloggers and question, "Who is Missing?" However, I was honored to see this slide in a presentation about nonprofits and social media

3 Tips to Write an Effective Nonprofit Business Plan

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“The way we run nonprofits is actually undermining the causes we love and our profound yearning to change the world.”. All these reasons show that the importance of a business plan for a nonprofit is significant. What is your nonprofit’s mission?

Wild Apricot Blog : Advice for New Bloggers: 12 Tips on Writing for Your Blog

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Best Blogging Practices for Nonprofit Organizations

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Blogging should be part of most nonprofit’s content marketing plans. Used properly, it can leverage a nonprofit’s efforts by engaging its target audience with stories that speak directly about its mission and cause. Featured Nonprofit Content Nonprofit Web Design

Cambodia Bloggers Summit: Help Young Cambodian Bloggers Join the Global Conversation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Cambodian young people are joining the global conversation in the blogosphere and sharing their perspectives through different forms of grassroots citizen's media thanks to the efforts of a dedicated team of Cambodian bloggers. They are organizing the first " Cambodian Blogger Summit (aka Cloggers Summit) " to take place 30-31 August 2007 in Cambodia. I've been given an opportunity to help by leading a training and sharing my experience with nonprofits and social media.

Tips for Disaster Relief Bloggers

Have Fun - Do Good

The panelists were Grace Davis , who created the Hurricane Disaster Direct Relief blog; Sara Ford, a native of Waveland Mississippi whose posts about Waveland after Hurricane Katrina turned her into a disaster relief center of one; and Dina Mehta who set up a community blog, Mumbai Help , after the tsunami, that grew in three days from a few bloggers to 250 contributors. Here are some of the tips they gave for other disaster relief bloggers: Tips from Grace 1.

10 Blogging Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

This is the third post in a blog and webinar series called 101 Digital Marketing Best Practices for Nonprofits , written and presented by Heather Mansfield. Please sign up for Nonprofit Tech for Good’s email newsletter to be alerted of new posts.

19 Proven Fundraising Ideas from Nonprofit Experts

NetWits

The npEXPERTS e-book includes Forbes’ most influential, top bloggers, CFRE/ACFREs, animal lovers and association pros, pioneers and innovators, peer-to-peer fundraisers, and direct response agitators all in one place. by Beth Kanter, Social Media Expert and Author of Measuring the Networked Nonprofit. by John Haydon, Author of Facebook Marketing for Dummies and blogger at www.johnhaydon.com. Nonprofits + Internet = People Inspiring People.

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Gen Y Blogger Profile: Qui Diaz - Evangelist for Social Change

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

"Where are the twenty something/millennial bloggers writing about social change, activism, and nonprofits?" The next logical step, of course, is to start to get to know some of these bloggers by doing interviews. Her personal blog, EvangeList , focuses on social media, social change, and nonprofits. For about a year now it's been dedicated to 'social media for social causes,' and I usually write about nonprofits and people I adore. Qui Diaz.

Nonprofit Techies: Please Share Your Knowledge With Cambodian Bloggers From NGOS! T-Shirts Too!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Dear Nonprofit Tech Colleagues: I am seeking contributions of t-shirts for the Cambodia Bloggers Summit. Participants will include bloggers who work for NGOS. Source: Tharum. When asked what I should pack in my suitcase , the response was "tech t-shirts." " I've also been cruising the blogs written by Cambodian colleagues. A few work for NGOs. They are exploring technology, open source, social media, and more.

Change.org is Hiring Bloggers for Social Action Blog Network

Have Fun - Do Good

Hey all you do-good bloggers! Ben Rattray of Change.org wanted me to let you know that they are hiring bloggers. I've pasted the blurb below: Hiring Bloggers for Change.org! Want to blog on an issue you are passionate about for an audience of hundreds of thousands of activists and nonprofit leaders? Positions are part-time, paid and start in June. To apply, go to [link].

Meet the Idealware Bloggers Part 4: Eric Leland

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Another in the Meet the Bloggers series, this one from a very fun interview with Eric Leland. Eric Leland On Connecting Nonprofits & Technology Eric started out as a part time assistant for Amnesty International with just one computer running outreach. When Laura approached him about writing for Idealware, however, he felt it made more sense to work with a whole community of authors, not for himself but to help create something bigger than any one blogger.

Meet the Idealware Bloggers Part 5: Michelle Murrain

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The last installment of the Meet the Bloggers series is with Michelle Murrain. Unfortunately we didn't get the chance to sit down together in person at the Nonprofit Technology Conference this year but we plan to remedy that at the next one in Atlanta. Michelle Murrain On Connecting Nonprofits & Technology Michelle's work with nonprofits and technology began in parallel.

Meet Priscilla Brice-Weller: NpTech Blogger from Australia

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Her personal blog, Solidariti , covers technology and nonprofit activism. We talked about nonprofits, social media, the differences and similarities between Australia and US. I did an interview on QIK asking her for her advice about nonprofits and adoption of social media tools. Meet Priscilla Brice-Weller who is the Online Campaign Coordinator for Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR) which is using social media in many creative ways.

The 5 Reasons Nonprofit Crowdfunding Campaigns Fail

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The worlds of nonprofit organizations and startups companies alike are enamored by the thought of capturing the imaginations of thousands of supporters who are eager to launch their ideas. Here are the 5 most common reasons crowdfunding campaigns fail to help your nonprofit find success in the crowd. Your nonprofit’s crowdfunding campaign is only as successful as the number of people you get to see your message. Image courtesy of Crowdfundingblogs.com.

22 Years Ago Today and Some Advice About How Not to Pitch Bloggers

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Blogger relations (not to be confused with blogger relationships like I'm describing above) that is blogger outreach came up as a topic in a workshop I did on social media and the arts earlier this week. Given the interest in this topic by many of my nonprofit readers, and since I'm started off this post with a story about relationships, I thought I'd share some advice about how to NOT to pitch bloggers to write about your organization, product, service, or event.