The New Permalink: How?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of his posts, called " The New Permalinks " mentioned that he replaced the words "permalink" in the typepad blog with the actual title of the post. I'd also like to know how to add the "bookmark this post in delicious" feature that Marshall is using on typepad. UPDATE: Via an email from Albert Wenger from Delicious, I got the instructions for how to add the "bookmark this post in delicious" in typepad. bookmark this.

Delicious Bird Tags and Technology Integration

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Use of tags to organize and bookmark Internet Resources related to subjects. I'm starting with number 2 because I found some inspiration at: Emily's World: Tagging Bookmarks with del.icio.us I'm working with an afterschool program/ctc lab to develop an instructional technology plan.

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Using Chris Brogan's Archimedes Principle To Leverage Nonprofits on Twitter Suggested User List

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

While waiting for my plane this morning before dawn, I scanned my Twitter stream thinking that a jolt of caffeine and Twitter would wake me up while I did my morning 20 minute information grazing routine, finding good stuff, retweeting, bookmarking and sharing.

Facebook Community in No Time

Beaconfire Wire

The suggestions I gave centered around adding “share this&# or “add this&# functionality that would allow site visitors to add a link to their delicious bookmarks, share it with their friends on facebook or twitter, or possibly send to a friend via email. Although it integrates with Blogger , Wordpress , Typepad , and any website well, the best feature I believe is in it’s ability to create a Facebook community.

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It works on a number of different blogging platforms, including the one I use, typepad. I might instead read through some blog feeds or find interesting links from people I follow on FriendFeed or Twitter and then bookmark posts on topics (within my "beat").

NetCentric Advocacy: BuzzMachine: Who owns the wisdom of the crowd? The crowd.

Network-Centric Advocacy

So I want to control the things I create: my content (this blog); my identity (my addresses); my collections of neat things (my bookmarks); my analysis (my tags); my reputation (my eBay rating), my behavior (my history, my clicks). So I want to control the things I create: my content (this blog); my identity (my addresses); my collections of neat things (my bookmarks); my analysis (my tags); my reputation (my eBay rating), my behavior (my history, my clicks).

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Content Creation

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

For your blog , one of the well known blogging applications should suffice: Blogger, Typepad, and so on. Distill your notes, scribbles, and bookmarks into entries in your topic list. The last post talked about the importance of selected the right tools for your web publishing project.

NetCentric Advocacy: Commenting On Your Blog: Zero

Network-Centric Advocacy

Oh, we may want to bookmark their stuff, but that doesnt mean we want to talk to them. Oh, we may want to bookmark their stuff, but that doesnt mean we want to talk to them. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « mapping discussion and information: Presidential Watch 08 | Main | How good are you at seeing things?

Wild About Widgets

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Typepad Hacks blog writes has a great introduction to widgets and describes the community building aspects: Ultimately, widgets, like the web itself are about connections??? there's a boatload of social bookmarking sites for instance. a big hat tip to Michelle Martin from the Bamboo Project for pointing me to these two articles in the business press about widgets.

nfp 2.0 » An interview with the Widget King

Rebooting Charity

The walled gardens of the larger social media sites (MySpace, TypePad) will be an issue for groups, but we [ChipIn] are working to provide an aggregated approach to this problem by working with the larger sites to allow our system to work across the board.

Screencast: Using Widgets to Build Community on Blogs Featured on NTEN Blog

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here's a few examples: Delicious Badge : I use this widget to publish my social bookmarking bookmarks on my blog. I'm not a techy, so I use typepad. Typepad has integrated widgets into the. I went through the typepad collection and installed (unstalled) a lot of them. If you're not using typepad, don't despair, you can.

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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. It uses sources such as how many delicious bookmarks, incoming links, how many times mentioned on Twitter, how many comments, etc.

10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If you have a small budget, you might consider a blogging platform like typepad for the ease of use. Tagging and social bookmarking can be useful techniques to easily share your information resources with colleagues or co-workers. Explore and discover other bookmarks using this guide.

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Meet Marshall the Nonprofit Blogging Coach

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

More specifically, I help non-profit, small business and academic groups and individuals learn how to use web applications and services like RSS, blogs, wikis, search, social bookmarking, podcasting and more.

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