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.".

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Tips for Disaster Relief Bloggers

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Here are some of the tips they gave for other disaster relief bloggers: Tips from Grace 1. People want to hear real people’s stories and see photos of the town they are giving to, so she posted stories and had a Flickr photo stream. You don’t have to create a nonprofit or NGO.

Nonprofits: Diversify!

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Author: Guest Blogger. A recent article from The Wall Street Journal offered up a compelling argument that nonprofits should be operating more like commercial businesses — using similar efficiencies, disciplines and strategies.

A Nonprofit Guide to DIY Fundraising

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The concept of ‘DIY Fundraising’ has been quite popular in the nonprofit world for some time now. Whereas traditional peer-to-peer methods will focus on one single event, such as a run, the DIY model does not,” writes Henry Vashon, a blogger at Draftbeyond.

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The 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

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In the past year, thousands of nonprofit pros took advantage of our definitive Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar, and we're so excited to share our brand new 2016 list! Nonprofit technology, and more! 2015 - 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar. Nonprofit FundCon.

How Nonprofits Can Raise Money Using YouTube

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Julia Campbell , a social media and storytelling consultant for nonprofits and author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits. She regularly provides useful tips and resources to the nonprofit sector through her blog, #501SocialBlog.

13 Twitter Hashtags to Follow for Nonprofit and Charity Updates, Events and Inspiration

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But rather than go on a random keyword search for relevant hashtags, check out these hashtags that every nonprofit expert should follow. Major Nonprofit and Charity Hashtags to Follow. That is why it so easily translates to raising money for social or nonprofit causes, as well.

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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 NTC Links April 6, 2007 There has been a little bit of blogging and the like at NTC – although it was certainly hindered yesterday, when the internet was down for most of the day. And I think most of the bloggers are too busy giving, or going to sessions to blog much.

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5 Types of Data Your Nonprofit Should Use for Marketing Success

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Kayla Matthews is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub. She is a writer and blogger with a passion for self-improvement and helping others. Check out these five types of data your nonprofit should prioritize to achieve marketing success. Featured Nonprofit Marketing Plan

Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits

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To be alerted of when new best practices are posted, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Also, since the Google+ Pages launched after the release of Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits , please consider this blog post a supplement to the book.

Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits

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If your nonprofit has yet to get on Google+, now would be a very good time to start. If your nonprofit is already on Google+, then the best practices below are meant to help you better learn how to tap into and inspire the Google+ community. Add your nonprofit under “Employment.”

22 Must-Circle Nonprofits on Google+

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As a follow-up to Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits and 22 Must-Circle Nonprofit Bloggers and Resources on Google+ , below are 22 nonprofits that are regularly using Google+ effectively to engage and inspire the Google+ community.

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2008-05-27+16%3A28%3A37 Allan+Benamer Check out [link] for a live video/audio stream of Netsquared… Keep up on my twitter stream at [link] Relevancy Ranking ( 1 votes, average: 5.00 You can use these tags: « Kintera Delisting is Nigh » Blackbaud Buys Kintera Search Only Non-profit Links Click here to add nonprofit search to your browser! Publicly-traded nonprofit CRM vendors Yahoo!

11 Obvious Signs Your Nonprofit Needs Social Media Training

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Many nonprofits need social media training - they just don’t know it. I spend 50-60 hours a week studying nonprofits and social media and even with that level of absorption I still have regular “Aha!” Many nonprofits are neglecting their YouTube Channels.

The ethics of blogging for $ | Beaconfire Wire

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05/17/2010: Method Tweeting: Act I Updates in Your Inbox Beaconfire at Play More of Beaconfire Bloggers photos www. The key requirement that bloggers and the rest of the social web seems to be asking for is disclosure.

The Nonprofit Publisher’s Perfect Storm

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Nonetheless, I think it is descriptive for what nonprofit publishers, like me, have experienced recently. But I’m a first time blogger here, so before I invoke that well-worn (but apt!) Under this model, our revenue stream was bumping along for many years at a very consistent clip.

33 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

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The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. A social search tool that allows you to easily track mentions of your nonprofit on social networking sites, blogs, and websites.

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Why Your Nonprofit’s Volunteer Base Should Blog for Your Nonprofit

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The more attempts you make, the more likely you’ll be able to snag users into your traffic stream. This should result in a workflow that looks like this: Suggested Blog Workflow For Nonprofits. And this is why I believe blogs are essential to cash-strapped nonprofits.

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Gear Up for Giving: Social Media Tutorials for Nonprofits

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The Case Foundation is launching a new online series next week called Gear Up for Giving: Social Media Tutorials for Nonprofits featuring some of the best nonprofit communications and social media gurus like blogger and social media trainer Beth Kanter, Katya Andersen of Network for Good, Geoff Livingston of CRT/tanaka, activist and author Allison Fine, Holly Ross of NTEN and more. Tags: Nonprofit Events

4 Fabulous Nonprofit Marketing Mavens

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I always think that more heads are better than one, so I asked 4 nonprofit marketing mavens and bloggers if they would take a look at socialactions.com, and share their tips for how Social Actions can communicate and market their mission more effectively. nonprofit marketing web

A Sneak Peek at TechSoup's Nonprofit Commons

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Bfelice Flickr Stream. The diagram above shows the 30 office spaces available for nonprofits in the project and who has claimed which space. There is also a new Web site featuring multiple bloggers with offices in this space has popped up chronicling this group's experiences.

111 Low-Cost or Free OnlineTools for Nonprofits

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The number of low-cost or free online resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. That said, to be alerted of new low-cost or free resources and tools available for nonprofits, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech for Good 2.0

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50 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

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The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. Many nonprofit professionals are overwhelmed by the all choices – and as the Mobile Web and related start-ups continue to grow, prepare to be mind-boggled by all the new technology options available to your nonprofit in coming years. That said, to be alerted of new resources for nonprofits, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech 2.0

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Towards a New Kind of Nonprofit Website, Part II

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Drupal is very good at building complex websites that can vault a nonprofit past brochureware or a blog and into the position of being #1 on your subject matter. new bloggers. If they don’t have one, they’re probably not right for your nonprofit redesign.

Towards a New Kind of Nonprofit Website, Part II

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Drupal is very good at building complex websites that can vault a nonprofit past brochureware or a blog and into the position of being #1 on your subject matter. new bloggers. If they don’t have one, they’re probably not right for your nonprofit redesign.

Your nonprofit doesn’t need a blog

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If your nonprofit doesn’t have a blog, someone probably thinks you should. If you don’t have staff with time to devote to blogging (and a manager to oversee the schedule), along with a steady stream of potential topics, you may not be able to maintain the volume you’d like. A blog is a great place to tell stories and share news that don’t fit into your other communication streams. It could be other bloggers.

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100 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

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The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. That said, to be alerted of new low-cost or free resources and tools available for nonprofits, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Nonprofits could use Present.me

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85 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. That said, to be alerted of new low-cost or free resources and tools available for nonprofits, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Nonprofits could use Present.me

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60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. That said, to be alerted of new resources and tools available for nonprofits, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech 2.0 A must-download for nonprofit Twitterers!

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Association Social Media: American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)

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streams on my dashboard to see what people are talking about. I use Feedly to follow and read blog posts from OT bloggers, health news from major news organizations, and other sites where I can typically find good and relevant information for our members.

Five Reasons Why Nonprofits Who Utilize Social Media Should Also Blog

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The world doesn’t need another blogger, right? Here are five reasons why: 1) Blogging allows your nonprofit to have a consistent stream of fresh, timely new content to Tweet, post on Facebook, etc. Blogging allows nonprofits to quickly and easily create and post content that’s timely and relevant to the here and now. The subject of nonprofits and blogging was very popular in 2006 and 2007. Nonprofit Tech 2.0

Why Your Nonprofit’s Volunteer Base Should Blog for Your Nonprofit

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The more attempts you make, the more likely you’ll be able to snag users into your traffic stream. This should result in a workflow that looks like this: Suggested Blog Workflow For Nonprofits. So here’s my thinking: I don’t think it really matters whether a nonprofit blogs to update a site. Here’s the kicker: most nonprofits don’t have the resources to post two or three times a day to their website.

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6 Ideas for Using the Instagram Donation Sticker to Raise Money

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By Julia Campbell , a social media and storytelling consultant for nonprofits and author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits. She regularly provides useful tips and resources to the nonprofit sector through her blog, #501SocialBlog.

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70 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. That said, to be alerted of new resources and tools available for nonprofits, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech 2.0 A must-download for nonprofit Twitterers!

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Why Local Marketing Matters for Fundraising

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According to the 2015 Nonprofit Benchmark Study , online revenue for nonprofits grew by 19% in 2015, a seven percent increase over the previous year. Sure, there are important national programs like United Way or massive online listings of nonprofits that give credibility and visibility for fundraisers. So how can development directors and nonprofits combine the increased interest in online giving and the importance of a local connection?

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Why nonprofits should use tags

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Ruby Sinreich at Lotus Media has written an excellent post on " Why Nonprofits Should Use Tags." " Ruby suggests there are two main reasons why bloggers use tags: 1. Other bloggers do it, and 2. Marnie Webb posted this comment: "I think a critical second step for nonprofits is to use RSS to syndicate the tag stream (for lack of a better phrase) onto their own website."

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31 Days To Better Nonprofit Blogging

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Michele Martin, Bamboo Project Michele Martin is one of my favorite BlogHers in the nonprofit space. Michele covers a wide range of topics related to how nonprofits are using technology. The goal of the project is to help bloggers build traffic for and community at their blogs.

NpTech Summary: Nonprofit and Social Change Digg Redux

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Should there be a nonprofit and social change category on Digg? That was the conversation in the nonprofit, nonprofit technology, and social change social media space. Others who work in the nonprofit sector, perhaps mostly gen y, turn to Digg for news.

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Reaching Baby Boomers: The Next Big Demographic in Nonprofit Online Fundraising - 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!"

Meet Michaela Hackner: BlogHer and Nonprofit Techie

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By the time you read this post, I will be crossing the International Dateline enroute to the first Cambodian Bloggers Summit in Phnom Penh. (No, I was asked to participate on a panel proposal at SXSW 2008 with several nonprofit colleagues. Photo by Michaela Hackner, Kalabird.

What is no longer working in social media: 2014 edition

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Besides, Twitter was never meant to be a broadcast medium and most people ignore much of what is on their incoming streams, or whittle them down to a manageable level, full of only the people they most want to interact with frequently.

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Let’s Connect at SXSW!

Amy Sample Ward

You can always reach me on email or Twitter - or follow this blog and my Twitter stream for updates. Nonprofit & Your Startup. Social Media Nonprofit ROI Poetry Slam. Nonprofits: Be the Web. I’m going to miss the tail end of Tuesday for my flight home…but hope to hear all about what I miss from all the other bloggers! I’m here in Austin, TX, for SXSW Interactive.

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