The Openness of Slides

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Now, this was ten years ago, so he used Kodak slides (remember those) as his visuals. Of course, he gave attribution to all his funders, showing a slide of the project they funded and often including a logo. He mentioned that at one point he was getting calls from funders asking, "Bill, how can I get into your slide show?" She has also shared her slides and wiki here. For the recent presentation, several colleagues shared their slides with me.

The Social Life of PowerPoint Presentations (or why I really love SlideShare)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Which brings me to the reason why I love SlideShare. SlideShare is a social networking site that lets you share Powerpoint presentations. In fact, I have a " Remix This PowerPoint " presentation up on slide share right now! I use Slide Share everyday to increase my personal knowledge about social media and consume whatever I can find related to nonprofits. it has definitely improved my slide shows.


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NpTech Tag Summary: NpTech Slide Decks, Twitter Saves Children, and Visualizing Information for Advocacy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Take the NetSquared Mashup Challenge ! NpTech Slide Decks SlideShare is like YouTube for powerpoint presentations. It also offers groups where members can share slide decks. Here's a roundup of recent additions: Social News for Social Good is about how to build buzz with Digg by Jonathon Coleman and the slide show he presented at Forum One - Social Sites for Social Good. Be sure to check out slide 13 that answers the question, What Can We Measure for Web2.0?"

How To Think Like A Nonprofit Social Marketing Genius: What's Your Brilliant Thought?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

How To Think Like A Nonprofit Social Media Genius View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. Here are my slides from the Convio " Social Media for Social Good " for tomorrow. I point out two good examples, the Hunger is Unacceptable Campaign (which uses the hold the sign meme -- the first one I ever did was in December 2005 for Netsquared ) and the Humane Society's LOL Seals.

Bringing Your Community To Life - Alexandra Samuel

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Kari Peterson said there were great examples shared in the room (as well as chocolate) Laura Whitehead did a splendid live blog post at the Netsquared blog as did Ivan Boothe. Alexandra's slides will be posted on slideshare - but all accounts it was great participatory experience Photo by Laura Whitehead. One of the key benefits of social media is that you can actually be in two places at the same time.

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Recap: Community Organizing Tools from the Experts


CoP organizers Praan Misir ( CommBuild ) and Brett Ashley Crawford ( Arts Nonprofits ) and Tech Club organizers Regina Walton ( SFTech4Good ), Paula Jones ( NCTech4Good ), and Chad Leaman and Elijah van der Giessen (both from NetSquared Vancouver ) took time out to deliver the presentation. The presentation slides have been uploaded to Slideshare. For more information, view the entire presentation on Slideshare , and event Storify.

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Social Networks for Social Change: Ivan Boothe Knows What He Is Talking About!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Using Social Networks for Social Change: Facebook, MySpace and More View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. tags: fundraising advocacy ) I was lucky enough to meet Ivan Boothe at the first (or maybe second) Netsquared Conference back in 2005 and have been following his work for years. So he cautioned me that some of the information might not be entirely up to date that he shared on listserv including a pointer to his awesome slide show with audio.

Women Who Tech Telesummit: Tools Galore Panel

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On May 12, 2009 the second annual Women Who Tech TeleSummit (held via phone and web) brought together hundreds of women from across the US and abroad in the non-profit, political and business world for an incredible lineup of thought provoking panels featuring technology change makers such as Joan Blades of MoveOn and Moms Rising, Allison Fine of Personal Democracy Forum, Lynne D Johnson of Fast Company, Charlene Li, Holly Ross of NTEN, Rashmi Sinha of SlideShare, Lisa Stone of BlogHer and more.

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NpTech Tag Summary: Nonprofits Lead Fortune 500 in Social Web Adoption, and More

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Slides are available in the NpTech group in Slideshare. Through TechSoup's Netsquared project, blogger Beth Kanter, was commissioned to write a weekly summary. Net Tuesdays are spreading around the globe! Tis the Season Is mobile fundraising the next frontier? Katrin Verclas of says the numbers speak for themselves. Holly Ross at NTEN writes about a new ring tone, " Why don't you just shut up?