The Known Unknowns

Idealware

I wasn’t all that picky about the tools I used—Microsoft Word was good, but Google Docs did just as well, and sometimes a pen and paper was preferable if I just needed to concentrate. My daily tasks include broadcast email, file sharing, CRMs, CMSs, spreadsheets, and social media.

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Making Facebook Groups Rock for Nonprofits – Guest Post by Miriam Brosseau

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Think: How can I encourage others to use the group in the same way, not just as a means for marketing/broadcasting information? Docs are like super-simple wikis, and probably the most truly collaborative aspect of a Facebook group. Photo by Laughing Squid.

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33 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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Case Study: Tools for Community Engagement

NTEN

Twitter should be used for cultivation, not broadcasting. Focused engagement, with direct messages, replies, and retweets required a different process and purpose than broadcast messages. When it came to blogger outreach, a Google Doc was the preferred and successful tool. Epic Change used four planning tools, but much of the work was really in just two: a private Facebook group and Google Docs. By Amy Sample Ward, Membership Director, NTEN.

"Google Was Our First Office": Managing a Worldwide Staff

NTEN

They used Google docs to help share documents with the volunteers worldwide as they worked on the magazine. PT also broadcasts some of the events using livestream.com. Efrat Ben-Dor Erez, NPTech Israel.

50 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc. Even more amazing, their smartphone and tablet apps allow you to broadcast live from anywhere, anytime… for free.

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111 Low-Cost or Free OnlineTools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Most nonprofits have not yet embraced Twitter’s new Vine App , thus they may not have an understanding of how to record and broadcast the world (and social good) in six second bites. The number of low-cost or free online resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding.

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

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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NetCentric Advocacy: A little outrage for Thomas L. Friedman

Network-Centric Advocacy

It might be as simple as skype call among the organizers, listserves, or blogs and google docs. TF ,,,,not everyone works at the NYT and can broadcast a story about drowning polar bear to 9 million people. It might be as simple as skype call among the organizers, listserves, or blogs and google docs. TF ,,,,not everyone works at the NYT and can broadcast a story about drowning polar bear to 9 million people.

2014 NTC Report: The Wins, The Fails, The Ideas for 2015

NTEN

From the legacy of volunteers who have created a separate note-taking doc for every single session, to those of you who agreed to be on camera in between sessions and say hello to the OnlineNTC participants, to the number of you who gave constructive feedback through our conference and session evaluations (and via phone call.and Facebook thread.and over cotton candy at the Geek Games…), the generosity of NTEN community members is almost overwhelming.

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60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc. Even more amazing, their smartphone and tablet apps allow you to broadcast live from anywhere, anytime… for free.

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