Vote and Comment for ALL these Awesome Nonprofit Panels at SXSW!

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Chad Norman, Blackbaud. 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits Melanie Mathos and Chad Norman, Blackbaud. Share the link, title, and names in the comments. 2008 SXSW Panel: Pimp Your Nonprofit Cause photo by Ed Schipul. The SXSW Interactive Festival (scheduled March, 2012 in Austin, Texas) is a mega huge social media industry event. The final program is selected through a combination of an open submission and voting process.

Crowd-sourcing to Clean up Elections and Foil Chad - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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» Monday Nov 06 2006 Crowd-sourcing to Clean up Elections and Foil Chad Monday, November 6, 2006 at 04:58PM | by Jordan Wait Source: VoterStory Web site Voters, listen up. How could we forget the infamous "hanging chad?" " Im pretty sure Chad and I had gym class together in seventh grade. Well have to wait and see what effects they might have, but one thing is for certain: Chad probably wont be allowed to vote anymore.

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[VIDEO] Where to Find Potential Donors to Support Your Cause

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Join fundraising master trainer, Chad Barger, CFRE, for a workshop focused on finding potential supporters for your nonprofit organization. Chad will review the best practices in fundraising prospect identification and provide practical tips for how small nonprofits can maximize their network.

50 (More) Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits

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View more presentations from Chad Norman. The big downside is that you miss out on seeing your colleagues and hearing their presentations. Chad Norman and Melanie Mathos presented this awesome session which was not recorded. Chad graciously agreed to write up a guest post — and start a meme asking nonprofit and social media folks to add their favorite social media tactic in the comments below or using the hashtag #50smt and aggregated here.

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10 Steps to a More Effective Nonprofit Website

NetWits

Integrating the social experience into your organization’s web site will help promote the channel, engage supporters, and provide a constant source of dynamic content …” - Melanie Mathos and Chad Norman “101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits: A Field Guide.”. Please comment with stories, ideas or examples – we’d all love to hear them!

10 Reasons Your Email Appeal is Being Ignored

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As a related comment, make sure to track all your links to see which ones are getting the most traffic. These social tools can be implemented quickly and will help your supporters promote the online campaign on behalf of your organization.” – Chad Norman. Don’t keep it to yourself, share your tips in the comments! . I volunteer with a small nonprofit called Fields to Families. We work with local farmers to distribute excess produce to families in need. Brilliant, right?

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Mapping Your Online/Offline Activism: Surfrider Foundation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Today I attended an informative lunchtime presentation by Chad Nelsen who is the Environmental Director at the Surfrider Foundation where he has worked since 1998. Chad did a video clip explaining the slide. (He The above map that Chad explains gets at it. Chad pointed out that they rarely police what chapters are doing and while it might annoy the lawyers, they rarely have to intervene.

Doing Museum Work: Your Thoughts

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But this one resonated clearly, as I got 75 retweets and 61 comments. And here are a few suggestions from commenters. Dana Allen-Greil (@danamuses) November 13, 2019 Learning alongside your team was a suggestion that went across many comments.

Changing the world, one sxsw session at a time

Allegiance Group

If you feel so inclined, add your comments to the panel page as well – sxsw wants to hear what our community thinks about these sessions: Beaconfire Panels: Web ROI: It’s not dollars, it’s (common) sense. Chad Norman, Blackbaud. If there are other Nonprofit/Social Good session ideas we missed on this list, add your link to the comments and we will update! For some people, they can’t wait for excitement of christmas morning.

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[VIDEO] Best Practices for Recurring Donor Acquisition

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But most importantly, please feel free to chat in any questions or comments along the way.

Shameless Ask, Looking for SXSW 2012 Nonprofit Votes!

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I’m sure there are plenty of other folks suggesting sessions … make sure to let us know in the comments. There have been contests with nothing but crickets, comment wars where everyone loses, and the inadvertent mixing of personal and business accounts – often with hilarious results (who here’s #gettingslizzard?) SXSW 2012 session voting is nearing the end. We’ve got until Friday Sept 9th (right, tomorrow).

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Recap: Community Organizing Tools from the Experts

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CoP organizers Praan Misir ( CommBuild ) and Brett Ashley Crawford ( Arts Nonprofits ) and Tech Club organizers Regina Walton ( SFTech4Good ), Paula Jones ( NCTech4Good ), and Chad Leaman and Elijah van der Giessen (both from NetSquared Vancouver ) took time out to deliver the presentation. Leave a comment below! As we all know, the nonprofit tech community is loaded with smart and thoughtful organizers who give their time and efforts to help the rest of us do the good work we do.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Online Forms

NonProfit Hub

Chad Reid is Director of Communications for JotForm , a popular online form building tool and has previously worked for several nonprofits. Let us know in the comments section below. He currently lives in Oakland, California with his girlfriend and three cats. _. Online forms can help your nonprofit help others—whether you use them to improve your bottom line, acquire talented new workers, throw fundraising events or add members.

Create a More Effective Nonprofit Website: Part 4

Tech Soup Blog

"Integrating the social experience into your organization’s web site will help promote the channel, engage supporters, and provide a constant source of dynamic content …" – Melanie Mathos and Chad Norman, 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits: A Field Guide. Please comment with stories, ideas, or examples – we’d love to hear them.

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It's NTC Community Voting Time!

NTEN

No hanging chads here, my friends. A: Click the session title or the "Leave a Comment" link to be taken to the session''s detail page. You can leave comments there. Our comments are moderated, and mean and/or inappropriate comments will be laughed at by NTEN staff, then promptly deleted. A: If you''d like to speak at a session, leave a comment (by going to the individual session page) and let us know. It''s 14NTC Community Voting Time!

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QR Codes, Electronic Devices,Nonprofits, and Concert Etiquette

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Chad Norman shares a post of some interesting nonprofit examples , including one from the South Carolina Aquarium that created the Be Rare Contest , which used QR codes as the focus of a city-wide scavenger hunt. Joe Waters shares an example used for Cause Marketing. The announcement prompted some discussion in the comments about the use of electronics during concerts.

Eating my own dogfood. It sometimes tastes yucky.

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

There are still some, shall we say, hanging chads. 3 comments… read them below or add one } 1 Kevin Mark 07.09.07 Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Eating my own dogfood. It sometimes tastes yucky. July 9, 2007 So I talk a lot about both open source software, and the preciousness of one’s own data. I rail against vendors who promote lock-in.

09NTC Nonprofit Radio: How to Make Podcasts That Promote Your Brand and Engage Supporters

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I’m here at the 09NTC in Corey Pudhorodsky and Chad Norman’s session on podcasting! Chad: baudcast. Blogging - if you blog about your sessions it helps Google pick it up; also gives people opportunity to comment and talk back. Session Description: With portable music players, smart phones, and cheap bandwidth everywhere, more and more online marketers are turning to podcasting as a powerful way to extend the reach of their brands and engage supporters.

Guest Post by JD Lasica -- Socialbrite: A new sharing & learning hub

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especially Dennis Yu, Chad King and Austin Stierler — who took us under their wing and agreed to host us for free. And a thank-you to the coders at Intense Debate for the commenting system we settled on. Chad Capellman of Boston, who lent his development help and keen CSS eye to this project. Submitted by JD Lasica, publisher of Socialbrite Socialbrite.org fills a glaring gap in the social media world.

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NTEN Member Buzz Round-Up: Week of October 16th

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09 NTENnies At Large (Blackbaud's Chad Norman, and Convio's Jordan Viator) (Note: This is a weekly round-up of NTEN members doing and sharing their nptech awesome. Check out the comments on this post , including the response from another NTEN member, Ted Fickes ( The Wildlife Society ), who plays devil's advocate on WHY your nonprofit would engage with online social tools anyway.

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101 +1 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits

Care2

That is why Chad Norman and I co-authored the book 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits – to provide actionable ideas with mini-case studies featuring the leading social media rock stars in the nptech world. By the way, we are also giving away a free copy of our book to one lucky Frogloop reader, so be sure and add a comment below about why you would like to win a copy. Well, if there is a typo, I will blame it on that… or Chad.

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Nonprofit Technology News: The Demise of Facebook Causes and Cloud Storage for Charities

Tech Soup Blog

Chad McEvoy of Global Giving is the BRIDGE project manager. The big news is that the new draft taxonomy is now live and online and open to public comment. Find out how to submit your comments in the Taxonomy Draft Review FAQ.

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NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference: A Vibrant "Social" Community of Practice

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We have a hashtag and many of us tweet to one another, leave comments on blogs or Facebook profiles regularly. Chad Norman did a fantastic job at summarizing and blogging the key points. I have not been blogging because I've been at the NTEN NTC Conference , the premier event for nonprofit techies taking place in San Francisco. I've been coming to this conference for ten years now and it's a like a family reunion.

Social Media in the Nonprofit Workplace: Does Your Organization Need A Social Media Policy?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

And the senior managers got concerned, "do we want our staff commenting on blogs? Last week, I heard a wonderful presentation by Chad Nelsen from the SurfRider Foundation. The CEO of SurfRider commented that it was a function of their organization's culture - that everyone is focused on the mission and principles and they have a DIY culture.

Visitors in Focus

Museum 2.0

Alli Burness, Meagen Eastep, Jenny Kidd, and Chad Weinard gave a great talk ages ago about cell phone photography/ social photography. Share here in the comments or on social. Visitor (though, really my child) at the Maritime Museum, Greenwich, UK As I said, last week, I’ve been to a travelin’ girl for the last couple of years. Not quite a troubadour, as my karaoke skills are more humorous than sonorous, I’ve enjoyed being on the road.

Supporting Nonprofit Tech Educators Across the Globe

Tech Soup Blog

in congratulating NTENny Award winners and NetSquared organizers Jason King (formerly of NetSquared London), Chad Leaman (NetSquared Vancouver), Roshani Kothari (NetSquared DC), Sarah Rasmussen (PDXtech4good), and Tony Caufield (Tech4Good Las Vegas). Check each month that there are events in each region, and comment out the un-necessary regions. Here's your monthly roundup of free in-person #Tech4Good events.

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Join WVU for Integrated Marketing Degree Information Session - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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Chad Mezera (chad.mezera@mail.wvu.edu or 304-293-3505 x5415) Post a Comment | by Share Article in Integrated Marketing , Misc. Reader Comments There are no comments for this journal entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.

Blackbaud releases three major products – forgets to blog or create a landing page | Non-Profit Tech Blog

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Pipes (1) Blackbaud , Online Fundraising , eCRM , nptech Blackbaud releases three major products – forgets to blog or create a landing page 05.03.07 | 3158 7 Comments [link] Blackbaud+releases+three+major+products+-+forgets+to+blog+or+create+a+landing+page 2007-05-04+00%3A04%3A57 Allan+Benamer Wow! This website uses IntenseDebate comments , but they are not currently loaded because either your browser doesnt support JavaScript, or they didnt load fast enough.

Blackbaud tries to sell itself off as Software As a Service. using Googles Knol | Non-Profit Tech Blog

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Pipes (1) Blackbaud , Google Knol is launched by Google and Blackbaud is Already in It 07.23.08 | 3481 7 Comments [link] Knol+is+launched+by+Google+and+Blackbaud+is+Already+in+It 2008-07-23+20%3A38%3A37 Allan+Benamer I was just looking into Google’s Knol after reading a Techcrunch article about it. This website uses IntenseDebate comments , but they are not currently loaded because either your browser doesnt support JavaScript, or they didnt load fast enough.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Don’t Let the Video Tail Wag the Campaign Dog

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One of their staff members recorded himself in the field helping save lives in Chad in one of the best on-location home videos I’ve seen. Share and Enjoy: 2 Comments comment Andrew Cohen Hear hear, video is indeed not a strategy.

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Featured Article from Care2 News Network (our own little digg) - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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60) Search « Lean, Mean Blogging Machines | Main | Crowd-sourcing to Clean up Elections and Foil Chad » Friday Nov 10 2006 Featured Article from Care2 News Network (our own little digg) Friday, November 10, 2006 at 01:37PM | by Mark Source: Spirit Bear Youth Coalition. Post a Comment | by Share Article in Care2 News Reader Comments There are no comments for this journal entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.

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2011 NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference ? Day 1

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Blackbaud’s Internet marketing manager, Chad Norman, will lead the session, with support from leading experts including Danielle Brigida, digital marketing manager at National Wildlife Federation. Look for more updates the next few days from NTC… Share 0 saves Save If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.

NpTech Tag Summary: Learnings from FriendFeed Experiment

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In the comments of Marnie's post, Laura Whitehead points out that FriendFeed may offer ways to widen the conversation, but some of it depends on how we get our information, manage it, and connection. Roger Carr shared " Why You Should Use FriendFeed " Ruby Sinreich shared " Making Real Friends Imaginary " Chad Norman shared " Let's get Serious About FriendFeed: The 1995 Message Board, The Smart Consolidator and the Stolen Conversation.

Reflection and Analysis: Gnomedex Real-Time Social Fundraising Experiment

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Integrate quick email interviews as you say thanks with donors, pattern analysis of comments or blog posts. Although I did learn from a commenter on Katya's post that I'm not alone - Flower Dust raised 1800 of it in 18 hours, 800 in 15 minutes). So, I did the above analysis manually -- taking the spreadsheet of donor names and comparing it with the list of gnomedex attendees , previous donor lists, and tracking the tweets or blog comments or guest book that mentioned someone else.

More proof Second Life is a boondoggle (well, sort of) | Non-Profit Tech Blog

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Pipes (1) Nonprofit 2.0 , Second Life , nptech More proof Second Life is a boondoggle (well, sort of) 12.12.06 | 154 14 Comments [link] More+proof+Second+Life+is+a+boondoggle+%28well%2C+sort+of%29 2006-12-13+04%3A21%3A50 Allan+Benamer Hilarious yet fascinating blog post about the energy consumption of an avatar in Second Life… courtesy of the sciam.blog. kanter said: Allen, I’ve spent a lot of time exploring Second Life and I agree with your comments re: early adopter.