Which Company is the Most Socially Responsible and Generous to Nonprofits: Facebook? Twitter? YouTube? LinkedIn? MySpace? Flickr? Google?

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Nonprofits and their adoption of social media has created an interesting, albeit interdependent relationship with large companies like Google, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr. 4) MySpace. MySpace launched MySpace Impact Awards. Each month MySpace users voted for their favorite nonprofit. MySpace has unfortunately abandoned both programs. Very few nonprofits utilize MySpace anymore. Flickr.

LinkedIn: The MySpace for Adults

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Just like you would in flickr or other social networking tools. I recently did an interview with a HBS student who was researching MySpace and Second Life (looking at Second Life from the standpoint of social networking). I noticed today when I logged into Typepad that it is promoting the LinkedIn widget (ChipIn is the featured widget in the gallery , BTW). I had it on my blog before, but the now the integration makes it look much better and I've decided to add it back.

Trending Sources

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.

nfp 2.0 » Camera Rwanda: Storytelling using Flickr

Rebooting Charity

Mecca Ibrahim : I think Flickr is and always has been perfect for bringing communities together. 1) myspace (1) nspcc (2) oxfam (2) podcast (1) second life (5) social impact (6) social media (16) social networking (6) storytelling (6) tagging (3) web 2.0 (18)

HOW TO: Use Flickr to Distribute and Archive Press Releases

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I have no idea if using Flickr to distribute and archive photo and press releases will appeal to the media and/or blogosphere, but I got the idea from what I think is the best nonprofit photostream on Flickr: The UN Refugee Agency. Just a new twist on how to use Flickr.

11 New Year’s Resolutions for Nonprofit Social Media Managers

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Make new friends (Google+) and keep the old (Myspace). They move with you from one site to the next and maybe in the case of Myspace, back again. That’s something we will learn by watching Justin Timberlake re-launch Myspace in 2012.

Top 5 Social Media Tactics Every School Should Implement

NetWits

Once your blog is in place you could choose to spend time on Flickr, YouTube, MySpace, LinkedIn, etc, but why waste time on every site out there when you can optimize your time. Facebook has it’s roots in education.

10 Common Mistakes Made by Nonprofits on Social Media

Nonprofit Tech for Good

For the past six years I have spent 50 to 60 hours a week utilizing Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, MySpace, LinkedIn, and Foursquare to promote nonprofits. Not creating Flickr slideshows to tell your nonprofit’s story.

33 Must-Read Updates to Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Flickr and Pinterest: 5 Hours Weekly. Niche Networks and Early Adoption (Instagram, Tumblr, Ning, Change.org, Care2, Wiser Earth, BlackPlanet, Quepasa, New Myspace): 5-10 Hours Weekly. Chapter 2 :: What About Myspace? A New Myspace has launched.

The Most Common (Yet Completely Obvious) Mistake Made by Nonprofits on Social Media

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Your nonprofit needs a square avatar for Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, your blog, Foursquare, Gowalla, TwitPic, etc.

Social Media: What To Do If Your Boss Doesn’t Get It

Nonprofit Tech for Good

At the time, nonprofits were primarily only using Myspace and YouTube. The media had made Myspace, and social networking in general, out to be dangerous, life-threatening even. If they have well-executed social media campaigns, send executive staff links to their profiles on Facebook , Twitter , YouTube, Flickr , Foursquare, Tumblr , etc.,

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The social network commitment

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Getting involved in a social network, whether it be something like Facebook or Myspace, or a content-connected social network like flickr or delicious (I’m starting to get used to writing that without the dots,) is pretty easy. The content-focused networks, like delicious, slideshare and flickr, I generally use as primarily a one-way method of publishing specific kinds of content to people I know (and, of course, people I don’t know, since it’s public.)

How Are Nonprofits Feeling About Social Media? Inspired? Bored? Overwhelmed?

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Blogger, LinkedIn and Myspace all launched in 2003. We’re almost a decade into using social media and yet one of the most striking realities when I give in-person social media trainings is the wide variety of experience of the nonprofits in the room.

Five Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Should Hire a Social Media Manager

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Blogger, LinkedIn and Myspace launched in 2003, and yet nine years into the Social Web the vast majority of nonprofits have not invested any financial resources at all into graphic design for their social media campaigns.

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Nonprofit Social Media Managers

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premium services (WordPress themes, Flickr Pro, Facebook custom Tab generators, etc.), Before Myspace then Facebook and then Twitter, I was a voracious reader.

33 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A handy little tool when designing a YouTube channel, Twitter profile, MySpace page, blog, etc. Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

11 Blog Content Ideas for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

It was much more traffic than I would have ever thought possible, but thanks to the burgeoning “Nonprofit Organizations” communities that I had built on Facebook, Twitter and Myspace, launching a blog was much easier in 2009 than it was when I tried and failed in 2004.

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11 Blog Content Ideas for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

It was much more traffic than I would have ever thought possible, but thanks to the burgeoning “Nonprofit Organizations” communities that I had built on Facebook, Twitter and Myspace, launching a blog was much easier in 2009 than it was when I tried and failed in 2004.

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11 Qualities of an Effective Social Media Manager

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The nonprofits that are the most successful in social media today were on Myspace and YouTube in 2005 and 2006.

33 Must-Read Updates to Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Flickr and Pinterest: 5 Hours Weekly. Niche Networks and Early Adoption (Instagram, Tumblr, Ning, Change.org, Care2, Wiser Earth, BlackPlanet, Quepasa, New Myspace): 5-10 Hours Weekly. Chapter 2 :: What About Myspace? A New Myspace has launched.

nfp 2.0 » Going (RED) for World AIDS Day

Rebooting Charity

Mecca Ibrahim : I think Flickr is and always has been perfect for bringing communities together. 1) myspace (1) nspcc (2) oxfam (2) podcast (1) second life (5) social impact (6) social media (16) social networking (6) storytelling (6) tagging (3) web 2.0 (18)

70 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A handy little tool when designing a YouTube channel, Twitter profile, MySpace page, blog, etc. Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

22 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A handy little tool when designing a YouTube channel, Twitter profile, MySpace page, blog, etc. Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A handy little tool when designing a YouTube channel, Twitter profile, MySpace page, blog, etc. Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Facebook Platform – Opening Up

See What's Out There

Facebook is the second big social networking site behind MySpace. And their pages aren’t nearly as ugly as MySpace pages. Embedding a YouTube video is a widget, as are fundraising widgets , Flickr photostream, Photobucket, Slide and many others.

HOW TO: Launch a Mobile Photo-Sharing Campaign for Your Nonprofit

Nonprofit Tech for Good

They were on Myspace and organizing via Facebook Groups years before corporate brands, higher education, and broadcast and print media. You can share (and customize/edit/color) your photos to Twitter, Flickr, and your personal Facebook profile, but only if you have an iPhone.

One Life is Enough!

NetWits

You’re on MySpace, you use the FaceBook Causes application, you keep constituents informed on Twitter, you show your event pictures on Flickr, you share videos on YouTube, and you know the power of blogging tools like WordPress or Blogger. So, your nonprofit is socially networked.

85 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A handy little tool when designing a YouTube channel, Twitter profile, MySpace page, blog, etc. Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

nfp 2.0 » Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do…

Rebooting Charity

Mecca Ibrahim : I think Flickr is and always has been perfect for bringing communities together. 1) myspace (1) nspcc (2) oxfam (2) podcast (1) second life (5) social impact (6) social media (16) social networking (6) storytelling (6) tagging (3) web 2.0 (18)

50 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A handy little tool when designing a YouTube channel, Twitter profile, MySpace page, blog, etc. Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter. Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and others are coming soon! The number of low-cost or free, web-based resources and tools available to nonprofits today is astounding.

22 Must-Read Updates to Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Flickr and Pinterest: 5 Hours Weekly. Niche Networks and Early Adoption (Instagram, Tumblr, Ning, Change.org, Care2, Wiser Earth, BlackPlanet, Quepasa, New Myspace): 5-10 Hours Weekly.

Nonprofits of the Month :: June 2010 :: Beyond Disasterous

Nonprofit Tech for Good

MySpace: Greenpeace. Flickr: SkyTruth. Big Problem. Bad Planning. Beyond Propaganda… Beyond Disastrous. Please follow, friend, subscribe and like: Twitter: International Bird Rescue Research Center. Facebook: Mobile Baykeeper. YouTube: Environmental Defense Fund. Related Links: Nonprofits of the Month :: May 2010 :: Holding Corporations Accountable. BP Logo Redesign Contest. Wikipedia :: Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A handy little tool when designing a YouTube channel, Twitter profile, MySpace page, blog, etc. Creative Commons on Flickr :: flickr.com/creativecommons. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter. This tool is a simple way to create graphics of inspirational quotes or powerful stats that can then also be shared on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Google+. Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and others are coming soon!

Nonprofits of the Month :: March 2010 :: Modern and Contemporary Art

Nonprofit Tech for Good

MySpace: Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. Flickr: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The nonprofits above are featured throughout the month of March on the Nonprofit Organizations Twitter Profile , the Nonprofit Organizations Facebook Page , the Nonprofit Organizations YouTube Channel , the Nonprofit Organizations MySpace , and the Social Media for Nonprofit Organizations LinkedIn Group. March’s theme is Modern and Contemporary Art.

Jason's Job Widget and the Show Yourself Widget

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr /cambodia4kidsorg. Myspace /sharingfoundation. Jason over at Democracy in Action has created a job posting widget ! Beth Kanter. Linkedin /bethkanter. Twitter /kanter. YouTube /bethkanter. Skype /cambodia4kids. Technorati /kanter. Get your own Widget. That's the show yourself widget via Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day with a hat tip to Stephen Downes. I'm so weak. Back to work

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

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[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: The Nature Conservancy

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Flickr: flickr.com/groups/thenatureconservancy. My guess would be either MySpace, YouTube, or Facebook Causes. We’re using all of the main social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, etc. Facebook and Flickr have been two of the most useful social media sites.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

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Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

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Five Reasons Why Nonprofits Who Utilize Social Media Should Also Blog

Nonprofit Tech for Good

MySpace and Facebook weren’t being utilized by nonprofits in 2007 (except for a few early adopters) and Twitter did not exist. Buzz words like “Community” and “Engagement” have become very popular over the last 12-18 months in reference to sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace, but blogging and blogging platforms (like Blogger, WordPress, TypePad) gave birth to the idea of a social web. I have icons for Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, Flickr, etc.