NpTag Tag and Nonprofit Collaborative Tag Project Types

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I'm tagging information related to discussion, examples, and comments about nonprofits using tagging (or not using tagging) to prep for upcoming session at netsquared.org with the tag del.icio.us/nptag. 2005) Susan Tenby's response to the question, " Why I use Tags " shows progression from retrieval, to social bookmarking, to sharing with others - on a personal level. Tag Sniffing: The old term for this was intellectual butt sniffing, crude. A tag community.

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A Low Tech Version of Providing the Self-Organizing Platform for Movement Building

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last week I was in Michigan to do a training for Chapter Leaders of EPIP. Tags: movement building We were are all leaving Detroit at different times and the taxi to the airport wasn't exactly cheap.

Lights. Camera. Help. is this weekend!

FI Space

We do have some PSAs, like the humorous ones produced by the Ad Council and the hopeful one by the Michigan Humane Society , but we also have feature length films and narratives. Perfect Match - Michigan Humane Society.

Nine Ways Networked Nonprofits Use Slideshare

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

These include CanadaHelps, Npower Michigan , and Michigan Nonprofit Association. Tags: Presenting Tips Tools and Tactics Training Design slideshare webinar Slideshare. View more presentations from Beth Kanter.

Your turn.

SocialFish

Although my work forwarding these and other initiatives related to learning promises to take me beyond the borders of Michigan, I’m committed to making things better here at home, too. Read up on the meme here , post your response in a comment or blog post, and tag some others!

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What the heck is a CryptoZoo? And how does it help my heart?

FI Space

“People obey the principle of inertia; a body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion (starting to exercise) often stays with it,” said Dr. Barry Franklin, AHA Spokesperson and Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Laboratories at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. Tags: Economics Innovation Life Science Organizational Change AHA CryptoZoo Healthy Heart

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Eulogy for my father

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Dad and his friend Lee Canfield were infamous in Chicago’s Burnham Harbor for blasting out German military marches as they sailed Lee’s boat, Go Bananas, out of the harbor into Lake Michigan. Tags: Newman gentleman Fruchterman Eulogy Pawleys Three weeks ago was my Dad's memorial service. A few times a year, I share something outside of the tech enterprise field on the Beneblog. The Definition of a Gentleman Eulogy for James R. Fruchterman, Sr.

Six Advanced Facebook Page Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations

Nonprofit Tech for Good

When you click on Central Michigan University inside of Facebook it goes to a a customized Tab called Unleash the Power. Tags: Facebook Online Fundraising Nonprofits that have been using Facebook for a year or more consistently comment “OK… Facebook is great, but how can we take our Facebook Page strategy to the next level?&# Below are six advanced Facebook Page strategies in response to that question: 1) Create Customized Tabs.

Y so few Ys in the blogosphere?

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Technorati lists two sites tagged YMCA: one is me, and the other is in Japan. But look at how warm and immediate even the most straightforward blog can be -- for example this newsy site from Camp Copneconic in Michigan. tags: blog , blogging , ymca , nptech Of all the various kinds of non-profits we work with, I've thought that the YMCA's might profit most from the community-building benefits of a blog.

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This and That

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Amy Kincaid, whose blog on fundraising is always worth looking at, points us this week to a great list of fundrasing and grantwriting resources hosted at Michigan State University. Tags: nptech , net2As if you don't get enough of my holding forth here, Marshall Kirkpatrick interviewed me the other day for Techsoup's Netsquared project, and posted it here.

Obama Mobile is Going to Get Out the Vote

Mobile Commons

In 2006, Mobile Commons’ platform was used in a study conducted by the New Voter’s Project, Princeton, and the University of Michigan. Tags: All Posts There’s been good coverage of Obama’s Vice Presidential announcement all over the web (particularly GigaOM and the NY Times ). While there has been some grumbling about the announcement coming a little late because CNN got the scoop, overall the Obama campaign is being lauded for their marketing savvy.

Can you use social media to spread thought leadership? Yes you can!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last week I facilitated a workshop in Michigan for the chapter leaders of EPIP which stands for Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy and again this week for the Bay Area Chapter. Tags: scholar Jill Finalyson, SocialEdge.

America’s Giving Challenge Gets Another $75,000 To Give Away

See What's Out There

Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Michigan to help mobilize participation in the last week of the Challenge. Tags: Uncategorized fundraising America’s Giving Challenge is an amazing program from The Case Foundation that See3 had the opportunity to support this year. It is a program that encourages nonprofits, large and small, to use the web to engage people in their work, and to encourage small donations.

Night of the Budapest Bunny

Gavin's Digital Diner

Second, there’s six hours difference between Michigan and Budapest. Tags: Travel Food, Herbs & Spices Chumpness NPTech Technology Wine A Thanksgiving Tale from the Wild Wild East.

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Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Events: One Size Does Not Fit All

NTEN

The Michigan Humane Society’s Mega March , one of the top five largest dog walks in the country, has increased fundraising by 47 percent in the first four years of hosting the event. Tags: NPTech NTEN Fundraising Amy VanWyngarden, Convio. Peer-to-peer fundraising events are growing in popularity - and rightfully so! What better way to tap into your constituents’ networks than to encourage them to ask their friends for donations in support of your organization?

The Epoch of Incredulity

Gavin's Digital Diner

I am but a social node on the network, helping monitor the ebb and flow of the reality called road repair (also called “summer&# in Michigan). Tags: NPTech Technology Government & Politics Gizmos & Gadgets Civil Society Naming an epoch using the superlative prefix of “post&# — as in post-industrial, or post-modern, or the particularly unsatisfying post-millennial — is the one true indicator that we haven’t a clue.

The Epoch of Incredulity

Gavin's Digital Diner

I am but a social node on the network, helping monitor the ebb and flow of the reality called road repair (also called “summer&# in Michigan). Tags: NPTech Technology Government & Politics Gizmos & Gadgets Civil Society Naming an epoch using the superlative prefix of “post&# — as in post-industrial, or post-modern, or the particularly unsatisfying post-millennial — is the one true indicator that we haven’t a clue.

How-to: Manage Your E-mail Campaigns (and Be a Good Guest)

NTEN

After earning his degree in psychological research at the University of Michigan, Matt has dedicated his analytical and programmatic skills to enhancing the fundraising potential of non-profits across the spectrum. Tags: E-mail NPTech NTEN Communications By Matt Burghdoff, Email Marketing & Online Fundraising Specialist, Grizzard Communications. Many nonprofits treat their email program as simply a digital version of their postal mail efforts.

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Night of the Budapest Bunny

Gavin's Digital Diner

Second, there’s six hours difference between Michigan and Budapest. Tags: Travel Food, Herbs & Spices Chumpness NPTech Technology Wine A Thanksgiving Tale from the Wild Wild East. We careened through streets, shrouded in darkness, packed into a grubby ersatz-Fiat 128, a Soviet-era knockoff. I was compressed, folded, and spindled into the back seat, a human shock absorber, a Dell Optiplex cradled in my arms.

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Of Mice and Men and Laptops (A Kind of Buyer's Guide)

NTEN

In that role, he serves on several nonprofit boards including, NTEN, Aspiration, TAG, the Innovation Funders Network, and, the Washtenaw Land Trust, a regional land trust based in Washtenaw County, Michigan. Gavin Clabaugh, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation I walked up the aisle, hat down, eyes shadowed.

Project Agape Releases A Revenue Figure | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Creating Hope International in Michigan has raised 4% of their revenue via GlobalGiving and IDEX over on the West Coast received about 8% of their revenues from GlobalGiving. You can use these tags: « New “How-Tos&# section on the blog » MPayy discusses transaction costs in the nonprofit sector Search Only Non-profit Links Click here to add nonprofit search to your browser! 384 posts in 456 categories and tags, 1,628 comments and still going strong.