Fri.Apr 27, 2012

How to Turn Regular People Into Fundraising Pro’s in 3.5 Minutes

NetWits

“Go and do Good!”. That’s what Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) tells it’s event participants to do at the end of this video. FMSC is doing something that every nonprofit who runs an event fundraising program should do. The thing that turns regular people into fundraising pro’s.

Fails, the Center of the Universe, Automating, and Tracking Traffic from Social: 6 MUST READ Posts This Week

SocialFish

Just another quick roundup of MUST READ posts you may have missed: 1. What Does a Washington Post Blogger Resigning Say About the State of Digital Publishing?

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The Networked NGO in Pakistan

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Day 2: Certificates Awarded To Senior Staff Attendees.

10 Ways To Reveal Your Organization's Best Stories

Frogloop

If your organization is struggling to tell your story, you are not alone. Chances are if you are like most organizations, you actually have access to the greatest stories from your donors, activists, and key stakeholders, but these stories just aren’t being captured by staff people or written down.

Three Essential Pillars of a Facebook Content Strategy

John Haydon

Next Wednesday, I’ll be presenting a webinar for Network for Good titled “27 Ways To Increase Engagement On Your Facebook Page” It’s a free webinar that will cover the following agenda in 60 minutes: The three most important pillars of your content strategy.

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Jed Alpert featured in Mashable on SMS Vaccine Reminders

Mobile Commons

Today our CEO, Jed Alpert, was featured in a Mashable piece about the power of SMS vaccine reminders. The article highlights how effective SMS reminders can be in getting parents to vaccinate their children – potentially saving thousands of lives. The great thing about mobile is when you send messages, they’re designed to have an outcome,” Alpert said.

Member Round Up: Active as ever!

NTEN

Flickr: NTEN: Nonprofit Technology We're still catching our breath from the NTC earlier this month, but the nonprofit technology community is as active as ever this week! Learn more about these stories and all the ways NTEN Members are amping up the awesome. Have more news to share? Drop us a line or include your links in the comments! If you attended the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference , our amazing photographer may have snapped your photo.

Wild Apricot Software News - April 2012

Wild Apricot Blog

This month, our Chief Apricot muses on the process of software development, talks about the final stages of our upcoming release Version 4.4, and welcomes two new members to our Apricot team. news Wild Apricot