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How to Solove the Brand Inconsistency Problem You Didn’t Even Know You Had


Your brand isn’t as simple as a logo or website. It’s intangible and emotional while at the same time tangible and based in real life. Your Turn.

The Internet, Social Media and the Democratization of Education


This is a guest post by Zach Buckley, a recent college graduate who is interested in the intersection of technology, education and online learning.

Mobile Data You Need to Know


The mobile market is experiencing some serious growth. As more and more nonprofits begin to test the waters with mobile, here’s some great stats for you to share with your team. There are approximately 792 mobile apps downloaded per second. While that’s an impressive statistic, be careful about getting sucked into shiny object syndrome.

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Supporting NGOs in underserved countries, and recommending consultants

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Packard Grantees from Pakistan, with In-Country Team. One part of this effort is our new, experimental strategic planning website. Why/why not?

Website Matches Philanthropists With Community Projects (Part II) | New York City | United States | Epoch Times

AFP Blog

Website Matches Philanthropists With Community Projects (Part II) | New York City | United States | Epoch Times : NEW YORK—In Our Backyards (IOBY), the only environment-focused, online crowd-sourcing platform, has been helping local community projects find micro-philanthropists.

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AAM Conversations: Want to Talk?

Museum 2.0

(No relation to AAM. Just cute.) I'm heading this weekend to the American Association of Museums conference in Minneapolis. How prevalent is this?

Texas 2-1-1 Moves Forward!


All 25 Area Information Centers will be online later this summer as we bring on approximately 5 new centers every month. Again, well done Texas! Dr. W.

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Free Non-profit Webinars for May 2012

Wild Apricot Blog

Here's our round-up of free non-profit webinars for May 2012. webinar Wild Apricot

Use Your Donation on the Go with TechSoup Donor Partner Mobile Apps

Tech Soup Blog

Want mobile access to the software your organization relies on to get its work done? Microsoft. Not using a Windows phone? Adobe. Acclivity. Flickr.

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A marathon fundraising effort

Connection Cafe

Author: Julia Woodcock. miles across London to cross the finish line on The Mall. To me, this just highlights the changing nature of fundraising today.

Introduction to Website Analytics


Event Price: 40.00. EventDate: June 28, 2012 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm. Type: Live Training. How many people visit your Web site? What are they doing there? Through demos of AWStats and Google Analytics, we’ll look at what analytics packages can tell you about your site. Event Link: https://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/957/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY.

Blackbaud + TechSoup = Like

Tech Soup Blog

Blackbaud and TechSoup recently expanded their partnership to focus more on the technology needs of small nonprofits. It’s an exciting partnership that’s growing in four major ways. Expanded Focus on Understanding Tech Needs of Smaller Nonprofits. You can help us by taking the short survey we’re running. ” 3.

Social Media for Executive Directors


Event Price: 40.00. EventDate: July 26, 2012 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm. Type: Live Training. As a decision-maker, you are responsible for figuring out which social media your organization should use. How do you work through all the possibilities, hype, and data to decide which channels actually make sense for your organization? event_KEY. Social Media

Executive Director Neal Myrick is leaving Groundwire


We are announcing an important leadership transition at Groundwire. Our Executive Director, Neal Myrick, will step down from the executive director’s position on June 1st. Neal has served as executive director of Groundwire since 2010 and as CEO of Groundwire Consulting for the past seven months.

Tech Across Your Org: Program and Fundraising Innovation Sprung from an Internal Technology Project


[Editor's note: The following is an article from the March 2012 issue of NTEN:Change. First things first: we clean water for kids. It isn’t perfect.