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Ten Things Nonprofits May Not Know About MySpace [But I Wish They Did]

Nonprofit Tech for Good

As I spent the Thanksgiving weekend pondering gratitude, MySpace made the top of my list of things to be grateful for. If it were not for MySpace, my professional life no doubt would be much less fulfilling. And for that, I will be eternally grateful to MySpace and the “Nonprofit Organizations&# MySpace community.

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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. That said, the community on Daily Booth has a lot of active teens. If your nonprofit works with teens and young people, this is a mobile photo-sharing community that you should definitely explore.

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MySpace and Nonprofits: A couple of articles on how-to

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A couple of good articles about how nonprofits are using myspace and some dos and don'ts this week. I have a myspace site but I haven't done any deep experimination. I set it up so I could help some friends with teens who are it and hopefully by the time my kids are teens there will be a different technology use pattern to master.)

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Why Are So Many Participatory Experiences Focused on Teens?

Museum 2.0

Over the past year, I've noticed a strange trend in the calls I receive about upcoming participatory museum projects: the majority of them are being planned for teen audiences. Why are teens over-represented in participatory projects? Teens are a known (and somewhat controllable) entity. The first of these reasons is practical.

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New on SSIR: First and Foremost Know Your Community

Amy Sample Ward

MySpace has become the ghetto of the digital landscape,” Ms. Did you consider MySpace ? You may hear about Facebook, but if your audience is on MySpace, it doesn’t matter how much time and energy you put in. Boyd explained to the crowd. They won’t be there to find you. that you will need validate, or at least advertise?

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Social Networks to Replace Email? NOT!!!


She said only 11% of teens email daily and that they are using SMS (or Twitter) and social networks for communications. And what happened to MySpace? The teens Sandberg referenced are doing just that. Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg fired up the death of email debate at the Nielsen’s Consumer 360 Conference Yesterday.

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HOW TO: Get Your Nonprofit Started on Snapchat

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Launched in 2011, Snapchat is an image and video messaging app that is very popular with tweens and teens and increasingly Millennials and Gen Xers.

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