Webinar: YouTube, Flickr and Pinterest for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

After YouTube, the webinar then explores how nonprofits can use Flickr to better tell their organization’s story through slideshows. Click-by-click, the webinar demonstrates how to successfully set up a Flickr profile and create slideshows that make a strong visual impact and utilize HTML. Nonprofits that excel in their use of Flickr are featured. Flickr Pinterest Webinars YouTubeDate: Thursday, July 5, 2012. Time: 1pm-2:30 ET. Cost: $50.

Dive into the Flickr Pool!

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I on the other hand was fascinated by the sign next to the shark head asking visitors to upload your photo to the Birch Aquarium Flickr pool Last month I took my daughter to Birch Aquarium at Scripps. As we were walking around the shark tank she saw a huge plastic shark head with his jaws wide open. You could go this shark head and have you picture taken. My daughter though it was funny and wanted to do it.

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Twitter + Flickr = Twitterfountain

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Engage your audiences, help supporters of your non-profit keep up with any tagged topic on Twitter and Flickr, or publicize your event with a custom Twitterfountain , a nifty new mashup you can embed on your blog or website — Have you ever wanted to see what was happening at that one event you could not go to? Twitterfountain comes to your aid: we mash up tweets and Flickr-images that share the same tags into a spectacular visual.(

Help Tell Your Organization's Story with Flickr

Tech Soup Blog

Flickr gives nonprofits and libraries an easy way to store and share these powerful images. And with new interactive features and a new Android mobile app, there are now even more ways to share Flickr images. Don't have a Flickr account? Eligible organizations (including organizations serving youth ) can request Flickr Pro account donations through TechSoup. To get started, you just click on "Start a Photo Session" from within your Flickr photo stream.

Flickr for Good

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I led a Flickr for Good workshop in London on Friday. The feedback was great

Flickr Code | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

Flickr has allowed us do things that previously would have required a completely custom build and cost considerably more money. In these projects, we use the Flickr API to allow us to interact with photos stored in Flickr. Flickr just launched a new site that collects all of the information needed for this kind of stuff together in one place.

Youth Organizations Are Now Eligible for Flickr Pro

Tech Soup Blog

Nonprofits and libraries with missions focused on youth activities, children, and child care are now eligible for the Flickr Donation Program at TechSoup. Showcase Your Community with Flickr. Organizations can upload, organize, and share their images with anyone, anywhere, with Flickr Pro. Flickr in Action. Check out TechSoup's Flickr pool. Flickr is a convenient way to organize and archive your photos. Because Flickr is part of Yahoo!,

Flickr Adds Twitter Integration

Tech Soup Blog

Ian at roots.lab reports that Flickr has just added a "post to Twitter" feature. If you use either or both of these tools to keep followers up to date on the work you're doing in the field, the new feature is great news. It's already gained a lot of traction in the past week. read more. Tools Web Building

4 Ways to Search Flickr by Color

Wild Apricot

We’ve talked before about good tools that will search Flickr for Creative Commons-licensed images based on the keywords you choose. Tags: Non-profit technology nptech images websites search Flickr Now, check out another (more colorful) way to find the pictures you need for your blog or website. Just don't be surprised if your productivity drops - these color-based search tools are fun! read more ).

Flickr for non-profits – 8 lessons learned | Social Media 4 Good

AFP Blog

Flickr for non-profits – 8 lessons learned | Social Media 4 Good: "I have been using Flickr for about two years to increase visibility of the work of Red Cross Red Crescent. Today, I’d like to share some of the lessons I’ve learned.Why Flickr?I Flickr is a great website to show what your organization is doing or why it is

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Flickr for the Cultural & Heritage Sectors

Steve Bridger

You may already know that I’m a huge fan of Flickr. the Flickr community continues to build great things, such as The Commons , which I talked a little about on Monday, and which has it’s own passionate supporters. You can view this deck on Slideshare, but this time I thought it would be appropriate to upload the slides (as images) to Flickr! Tags: flickr speaking commons heritage smex09

Flickr Experimentation

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I love how flickr enables conversation around your photos and connections to people with same intense interests Instructional Materials Originally uploaded by cambodia4kidsorg.

Twitter, Flickr, Facebook Make Blogs Look So 2004

AFP Blog

Twitter, Flickr, Facebook Make Blogs Look So 2004: "Writing a weblog today isn't the bright idea it was four years ago. The blogosphere, once a freshwater oasis of folksy self-expression and clever thought, has been flooded by a tsunami of paid bilge. Cut-rate journalists and underground marketing campaigns now drown out the authentic voices of amateur wordsmiths. It's almost impossible to get

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Flickr Has Stats!!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I found out about Flickr's new stats package. In analyzing the data, it seems like if folks are looking for Laura Quinn of Idealware and google " Laura Quinn " my flickr photo comes up in the first few results Via Jeremiah Owyang. It is only available to pro accounts and it is pretty basic. More here. My total view count is: 675,233 That's because I have a lot of photos - almost 8,000. But some of my photos have made it into places with lots of traffic.

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Showcase and Grow Your Community with Flickr Pro

Tech Soup Blog

Nonprofits and libraries can upload, organize, and share their images with anyone, anywhere, with Flickr Pro (admin fees: $6 - $15). Since the organization has no official offices and their volunteers all over Northern California, Flickr provided an ideal solution that utilized their two most valuable assets: volunteer enthusiasm and the dogs' pictures: I had pictures of the dogs on my hard drive at home, but what good was that for anyone else in my group?

Flickr to Facebook Bookmarklet

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I've been looking for ways to easily cross post selected photos from Flickr to Facebook Photo Album. That this application lets you do is: Use a bookmarklet while browsing flickr to add your photo to your photo album in Facebook. What I don't like about this application is that you can send anyone else's photo to your Facebook Album, but there isn't an automated link back to the person's photo in flickr for cc attribution.

How To Find CC-Licensed Flickr Photos for Your Blog

Wild Apricot

Tags: Non-profit technology nptech Blogging images application Flickr

Museums and Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" So, I thought I'd use a screen capture of the photo inside flickr instead, but wasn't sure whether I could. I picked up the phone and got a hold of Jim Spadaccini, founder of Ideum, whose blog post I discovered via a discussion thread on flickr and museums on the museum technology list. Here's the description of how they used flickr for the exhibition. ve found ourselves spending a lot of time in Flickr. s images as well as those of other Flickr members.

Flickr How-Tos

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With the arrest of a leading advocate for freedom of expression in Cambodia the last night, there were scant few photos available in flickr. It made me wonder about training materials available for using flickr and the extensions available. Flickr 101: Techniques Basic Guidelines for Tagging on flickr Flickr for Beginners: Tips from LifeHacker. Flickr Official Documents How to get the most out of flickr FAQ.

My Flickr Score

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I had used the commentors flickr photo - "CC BY license" and he stopped to say thanks. Needing a distraction, I checked out his flickr profile and noticed a Flickr Score and link to the Flickr Inspector. Here's my profile The interesting thing I discovered was that you can easily track your blogged flickr photos through the flickr inspector's integrated search. And the Flickr Inspector also gives you a meaningless score too.

Steve Bridger › Flickr for Good

Steve Bridger

Redesigning Charity for the Digital Age Skip to content Home More about Steve Bridger UK Charities Twitter 100 Flickr for Good I led a Flickr for Good workshop in London on Friday. Filed under flickr. Tagged charities , flickr , workshop. Thing is, once you have paid the admin, the cash value of the flickr ‘donation’ barely makes it worthwhile – even for the 5 account max per charity.

Steve Bridger › Flickr for Good

Steve Bridger

Redesigning Charity for the Digital Age Skip to content Home More about Steve Bridger UK Charities Twitter 100 Flickr for Good I led a Flickr for Good workshop in London on Friday. Filed under flickr. Tagged charities , flickr , workshop. Thing is, once you have paid the admin, the cash value of the flickr ‘donation’ barely makes it worthwhile – even for the 5 account max per charity.

Flickr Has Integrated Geotagging!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr has added a new feature to its organizer - the ability to add geotags to your photos. There is now a map tab where you can navigate to a location and then automatically add the geotags to that location to a flickr photo or batch of photos. But it gets better: flickr is now using screencasts! You can also use the geotags and the map in flickr to explore photos. And best of all it is done visually.

New Flickr Toy

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New Flickr Toy Originally uploaded by cambodia4kidsorg. Taking a little flickr break. This is new flickr toy where you can make a poster with up 2-36 photos from flickr - yours or anyone elses. If you follow the link to Fd's Flickr Toys, you'll find many different ways to waste lots of time playing with flickr. Some of these might actually be useful in a classroom context. I think if I were teaching a hands-on computer lab course in Web2.0

Moveon Use of Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I missed the post about flickr use by MoveOn on netsquared when I was in London earlier this month. MoveOn Ever Spent: Flickr via Jon Stahl. The article describes how MoveOn is experimenting with flickr, believed to be the first political campaign to make use of flickr. The article points out that adhoc groups have formed on flickr to support photo sharing and organizing around political topics, but MoveOn's use of flickr is on a larger scale.

Yeha! Flickr Has Implemented Collections!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr has just added a feature called "collections." The official flickr blog post is here. He notes: It is great to see flickr innovating. A while back Flickr received some pretty heated criticism for. their upcoming deadline on Thursday requiring all Flickr users to convert their "old skool" Flickr email log on to a new Yahoo ID. Some users complained that Flickr was taking away something cool without giving anything in return.

Flickr giving away 10K pro memberships (to nonprofits) - News - Internet Applications Software

AFP Blog

Flickr giving away 10K pro memberships (to nonprofits) - News - Internet Applications Software: "Flickr is giving away pro accounts to nonprofits and public libraries to showcase their efforts.Yahoo owned photo community Flickr has launched a new program called Flickr for Good.

24 hours of Flickr Day!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here on Flickr, our members are sharing the world that they see: snapping daily moments, recording history, telling stories, capturing beauty. To celebrate this global community, we invite you to join us in 24 Hours of Flickr, a day-long global photo project. What happens around the world in one day? In a word ??? On May 5 2007, grab your camera and whatever else you need, and chronicle your day in pictures. More info here

Library of Congress Rocks Flickr

Museum 2.0

Workers leaving Pennsylvania shipyards, Beaumont, Texas (LOC) Originally uploaded by The Library of Congress About a month ago, the Library of Congress put two sets of photographs (about 3000 images total) up on Flickr. Flickr is a photo-sharing site (learn more here ). so you have to search by the name of the photo on this site ) from Flickr The LOC collection listing has title, metadata, and some links to other photos in the related subjects.

The Green Side of Cloud Computing Campaign: Flickr Pro

Tech Soup Blog

Finally this week, our featured TechSoup software as a service product is Flickr Pro. The Flickr photo-sharing service has teamed up with TechSoup to offer donated premium professional-level accounts to individuals within eligible organizations. The full list of Flickr Pro benefits are: read more. The theme for week two of TechSoup GreenTech's Green Side of Cloud Computing campaign is Software as a Service (SaaS).

Flickr and Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Marnie Webb asks a great question: Wonder what flickr has to do with nonprofits? Or maybe the question should be what can nonprofits do with flickr as answered in the comments. Inspired by Marnie's musings, Deborah Finn suggests that flickr is great source of highly quality nonprofit stock images, although suggests understanding how flickr creative common licenses work before plunking photos into a powerpoint.

The newest Flickr Toy: Warholizer

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The newest one is called the Warholizer Now, I know where one of last week's Creative Commons Flickr photo entrants might possibly have gotten their inspiration. I discovered this new tool during a discussion on the NTEN Affinity Group list for nonprofits and flickr about how to be efficient using flickr. Mike Connery from OpportunityAgenda shared a fascinating project his nonprofit did in flickr in partnership with students in a media production class.

Wild Apricot Blog : Five Ways Nonprofits Can Use Flickr to Reach New Audiences

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Reflections from the TechSoup Flickr Online Event

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A few days ago TechSoup and Flickr sponsored an online event discussion about the use of Flickr and photography in non profit organizations. Michaela Hackner participated and had some great insights. She blogged her reflections into one excellent post! Enjoy! More from the TechSoup blog

A Flickr Best Practice from TechSoup Event

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Today, I'm co-hosting an online event on TechSoup about Flickr with Heather Camp, Flickr Community Manager. When I was at the height of my Flickr obsession (and living overseas when I had a lot more time), I limited myself to posting no more than 4 images at a time for this reason. I love online discussions with a mix of experience. I just learned something really important from colleague Michaela Hackner about uploading.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Nonprofits Using Flickr for Good

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Home • About Us Mission Team News Partners Careers • Services Overview Interactive Marketing Video Web Design and Development • Clients Clients List Client Login • Resources Overview Events YouTube for Nonprofits Guide to Online Video Video FAQs Our Blog • Contact POSTED BY Michael Hoffman MAR 13, 2008 Nonprofits Using Flickr for Good Allan Benamer over at the Non-Profit Tech Blog has a podcast with Tara Kirchner, the Senior Marketing Manager of Flickr , which is owned by Yahoo!

Comparing the Flickrs of Video.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I had been wondering what the selection of flickr like tools where you can share your videos was like. Here is a review/comparison from TechCrunch. Technorati Tags: net2 , nptech

NetCentric Advocacy: fastr - a flickr game: Guessing Folk

Network-Centric Advocacy

Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Distributed Research on Stardust Project - Public to look for dust grains in Stardust detectors | Main | Pew Backs Value of Network-centric Advocacy Approach to Organizing » January 25, 2006 fastr - a flickr game: Guessing Folk This is cool. how would the flickr community tag the images. Link: fastr - a flickr game. Fastr is a game that uses flickr images.

N-TEN Conference 2007 - Flickr Session!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Just finished the flickr session. I am having lots of computer/Internet access issues and am now able to find this photo via Chris - who was a able to post to flickr! Most of the people in the room are folks who aren't participating in the NTEN Flickr Affinity Group and were new to flickr. What happens if a photograph that we don't like is put in our flickr group? What is the conversion rate from sharing photos in flickr to donations or advocacy?

NetCentric Advocacy: Community Photo Shoots: MoveOn Flickr

Network-Centric Advocacy

Like Vote! ) » January 02, 2006 Community Photo Shoots: MoveOn Flickr I remember sitting down with the Sierra Club staff and talking about a" day in the life" and all the work the club staff put into telling the story of its members and painting a real face on the movement. Flickr has done a similar job for the rest of us. MoveOn Photos Flickr makes it easy for folks to add photos. Flickr: The Best $24.95 Flickr has done a similar job for the rest of us.

Npflickr: Flickr as Nonprofit Documentation Tool

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What happens when you give a grantmaker a camera and flickr account? An interesting use of flickr as a documentation tool! Last May, I documented a project of the Sharing Foundation's in flickr. I got a comment with a great idea - take the flickr API and integrate some Andy Goodman story telling structure and viola an online story generator! If you want to talk about flickr and nonprofits, there's a place to do so here

What Can We Do With Flickr?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

What Can We Do With Flickr? CogDog Blog has assembled a fabulous set of instructional resources geared for educators on how to use free online tools like flickr, Youtube, delicious, and others. Originally uploaded by cogdogblog. Well researched, fun, and creative. Enjoy

Seeking Stories, Examples, and Tips from Nonprofits About Using Flickr

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by Locator. I'm doing a panel at NTC with Susan Tenby and will be talking about Flickr and (and Twitter). So, I'm hoping that your nonprofit is using Flickr, could you leave me a comment and a URL? I'm working on article too. I'm hoping to update this list