Mon.Apr 16, 2012

The Social Executive

SocialFish

Social business is good business. But don’t just take our word for it. “Access to communities and networks improve efficiency and quality.” ” Check out this GREAT slide deck by Rachel Happe. The Social Executive. View more presentations from The Community Roundtable.

Twive and Receive Approaches 100 Cities with Two Months to Go

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Twive and Receive Approaches 100 Cities with Two Months to Go Guest Post By Geoff Livingston. Yes, just what you wanted, another Twitter coined word – Twive, combining Twitter and giving.

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The 2012 Field Guide to Software for Nonprofits

Idealware

PublishDate: April 2012. How do you choose software for your nonprofit? With so many different types of software available, it’s difficult to even know what’s available, let alone what’s best for your organization’s particular needs.

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2012 PANO Annual Conference

Amy Sample Ward

Date : April 16-17, 2012. Location : Harrisburg, PA. Topic : Using Social Media to Tell Your Story and Raise Funds. Description : Is social media helping you reach your organizational goals and meet your mission? Is it even helping you raise money to support your work? This session will provide an overview of the latest research on social networking and online fundraising and provide some guidelines and best practices to get you started today.

5 Workplace Volunteer Coordination Tips

Connection Cafe

Author: Amber Wobschall. Most of my posts are written for the non-profit audience, but this month, I’m taking a different approach.

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How to Build Your Mobile List: Add a “Call to Action” to Your Existing Media

NTEN

Stephen Fishbach. Word Nerd. Mobile Commons. The "call to action" is the quick sentence where you tell people to "Text a KEYWORD to a SHORTCODE." " And you can easily use any of your existing communications to add in the mobile call. When you start a mobile campaign, the first step to success is to get people to sign up for your alerts. In this series of posts, we'll be discussing a few ways to use the resources you already have to build your mobile list.

Six Nonprofit Technology Takeaways from #12NTC | eJewish Philanthropy: Your Jewish Philanthropy Resource

AFP Blog

Six Nonprofit Technology Takeaways from #12NTC | eJewish Philanthropy: Your Jewish Philanthropy Resource : From Blackbaud, six takeaways from the recent Nonprofit Technology Conference: Email is Hot Email should be a critical part of every nonprofits communication strategy. Just like direct mail, email isn’t going away just because some new thing called social media came along.

Juicy Blogging Giveaway and Interview

Have Fun - Do Good

Guess what? This week I'm the featured guest on one of my favorite podcasts, the Tranquility du Jour Podcast, hosted by the inspiring and lovely Kimberly Wilson. Wahoo! You can listen to it on her blog , on the player below, or via iTunes.

With Seattle visitor's center, Gates Foundation invites in the public - NorthJersey.com

AFP Blog

With Seattle visitor's center, Gates Foundation invites in the public - NorthJersey.com : SEATTLE — People are already joking it's a good thing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation isn't charging admission for its new visitor center, which showcases Bill Gates' multibillion-dollar philanthropy, not his computers. But most people don't know what to expect from the glass-clad public space in front of the new headquarters of the world's l

Goodwill D.C. Takes Online Sales Mobile With App Update - Philanthropy Today - The Chronicle of Philanthropy- Connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas

AFP Blog

Goodwill D.C. Takes Online Sales Mobile With App Update - Philanthropy Today - The Chronicle of Philanthropy- Connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas : Goodwill D.C. Takes Online Sales Mobile With App Update April 16, 2012, 10:27 am The Washington, D.C.-area area chapter of charity retailer Goodwill has expanded its online sales effort to allow shoppers to buy items using mobile devices, writes The Washington Post.

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