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People to People Fundraising [Free Webinar by Ted Hart]

Connection Cafe

Coming up next in our npEXPERTS Webinar Series , Nonprofit Coach Ted Hart, ACFRE and CEO of Hart Philanthropic Services will share how Nonprofits + Internet = People Inspiring People this Tuesday. 3 Keys you will takeaways from Ted’s webinar are: What is People to People Fundraising?

Fundraising is all about people connecting with people. The question is, how well do you know yours?

Connection Cafe

I’m talking about the people who support your nonprofit organization and the mission you so passionately focus on – those who open up their wallets, give their free time, and tell their friends about you. How well do your know your audience?

Mission Driven or People Driven?


Is your organization mission or people driven? We value principles more than people. Are the two mutually exclusive or can they co-exist? I am confused. The claim of being “mission-driven” has been increasingly cropping up in our conversations with association executives lately.

Captivology: The Science of Capturing People’s Attention

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The book shares how and why our mind pays attention to some events, ideas, or people and not others. Disruption: Violates people’s expectations to change what they pay attention to. Reward: Appeals to people’s motivations for an intrinsic or external reward.

Everyday People Are Heroes: Using Big Data to Engage New Agents of Change Online

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Everyday People Are Heroes: Using Big Data to Engage New Agents of Change Online Guest Post by Cheryl Contee. Everyday people are the most powerful agents of change. People-powered campaigns do good better. for a wide coalition of everyday people. Photo by CogdogBlog.

4 Easy Ways Your Nonprofit Can Use Pokémon GO to Engage People


This game is already revolutionary because it uses Augmented Reality (AR) and is getting people up and moving, exploring the world in places that are often off the grid. Pok é mon GO has been all the rage the last couple of days.

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How to Influence People in Online Communities


I would argue, and many others have too, that Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People is a great primer for social communities and, more importantly, for defining your Code of Conduct. Social Networking – Relating it to Six Ways to Make People Like You.

The Art of People Powered Storytelling Through Social Media


Petri Darby is the Director of Brand Marketing & Digital Strategy at Make-A-Wish Foundation of America. He blogs at darbyDARNIT. And he’s an all around funny guy (I love the one where he’s reading O Magazine).

Infographic: Why People Use Social Media


NM Incite, a Nielsen McKinsey company surveyed 1,865 adult (18+) social media users about what motivates them to friend people on social networks, and what causes them to dump their friends. Why do people unfriend or unfollow?

How People Use Social Media

NCE Social Media

The nice folks at Wolfram Blog have created a set of charts identifying how people talk on Facebook as they age. Wolfram Alpha allows people to donate access to their Facebook feed so that they can study how we use technology. More than one million people have done so to date.

How to Manage People Who Work Remotely

Tech Soup Blog

Call it what you will, telework or telecommuting or remote work has grown nearly 80 percent in the U.S. since 2005. It is also something that TechSoup and several of our donor partners have championed for years.

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5 Ways to Get Your Facebook Content Seen by More People


Facebook recently changed its algorithm again. This can have a major impact on your work if you run a nonprofits Facebook page. TechCrunch has been studying these changes over time and shared some useful tips on how to keep your nonprofit's Facebook page engagement up.

The Most Obvious Reason People Use Social Media That Most Brands DON’T Get

John Haydon

It seems that most brands don’t understand why people really share on social media. Yes, people use social media for entertainment, to connect with others, and to be heard. But there’s a deeper motivation behind why people share anything on social media.

Get Real, People: Authenticity as a Social Media Strategy

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The post Get Real, People: Authenticity as a Social Media Strategy appeared first on The See3 Blog. Yes, you should be smart and thoughtful and strategic. And part of that strategy is to, quite literally, be yourself.

Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World


Our book is out!! Humanize is a practical guide for realizing the true potential of social media—not for marketing, but for leadership.

How to Turn Regular People Into Fundraising Pro’s in 3.5 Minutes


The thing that turns regular people into fundraising pro’s. “Go and do Good!”. That’s what Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) tells it’s event participants to do at the end of this video. FMSC is doing something that every nonprofit who runs an event fundraising program should do.

Employee engagement: Keeping the right people

ASU Lodestar Center

In Good to Great , Jim Collins spends 24 pages dissecting employee selection and management before ultimately concluding that “people are not your most important asset. The right people are.” By engaging those employees, we have the best chance at retaining those “ right people ”.

Matterness: Making People Matter More in a Social World

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The post Matterness: Making People Matter More in a Social World appeared first on The See3 Blog. This is a guest post by Allison Fine, an activist, social media revolutionary, and author of the new book Matterness: What Fearless Leaders Know About the Power and Promise of Social Media.

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Power to the Online People


Our desire to reach people wherever they are any time of day has radically changed the way we communicate with constituents, colleagues, and friends in the last decade.

The Talent Development Pipeline: Putting People First in Social Change Organizations

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Click To Get Your Copy Now! Heather Carpenter and Tera Wozniak Qualls, along with Alexis S.

New Study Shows People Don’t Read Articles, they Retweet


” A new study by Chartbeat, which measures real-time traffic for some of the biggest websites like Upworthy, said their research shows that many people aren’t reading articles that they retweet. Plus people tend to skim on the web, especially with the rise of mobile devices.

Samaschool Uses Tech to Empower Low-Income People

Tech Soup Blog

And when you don't you don't know how to do that … Our mission is to equip low-income people to succeed in the digital economy." million people in 2020.

PCs for People Brings More Great Refurbished Computers to Nonprofits through TechSoup

Tech Soup Blog

Meet our newest Refurbished Computer Initiative (RCI) partner, PCs for People! PCs for People, as a leader in U.S. PCs for People is a large nonprofit refurbishment program headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Design around people.


“Smart businesses are re-orienting themselves around people, their friends, and their network. How we have different relationships with different people. How we trust some people more than others. In this talk, you will hear stories that illustrate the social patterns in our lives, and how businesses can use that knowledge to build new products, market themselves in more relevant ways, and create experiences that people value.

The Future of CSR is People (Your People)

Connection Cafe

CSR’s future is our people. Along the way, I’ve seen a change in how the larger business world thinks about how to engage with their people. At Blackbaud, we know our customers and products are important to our people.

How make people trust your nonprofit

John Haydon

You could look at this pyramid in two ways: What people require to eventually donate or volunteer. What you can do to gain their trust. You have absolutely no control over #1, but have complete control over #2. What do you think? Be Human building trust donor relations

Is the New Facebook “People Talking About” Metric As Meaningless as Number of Likes?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The next action was an uncontrollable desire to compare my “People Talking About” with my peers, realizing that benchmarking of meaningless data is well, meaningless. Photo by lecercle.

New Study Highlights What People Like, Comment, and Share on Facebook


People Comment the Most on Text Updates. I know what you are thinking – yet another social media study.

Let's Stop Talking about What People Need

Museum 2.0

"Our job is not to give people what they want but what they need." It''s presumptuous to suggest that we know what people "need" in a cultural context. In my experience, the "needs" of audiences often look suspiciously like the "wants" of the people speaking.

Quiet People, Event ROI & More

Wild Apricot Blog

This week’s link round-up is a mixed bag of expert insight, cautionary tales and practical tips. We explore everything from “getting more ROI” from a conference, to the importance of capturing emails and saying your thank-you’s. Fundraising events Apricot Jam membership

The 2013 Rob Stuart Memorial Award: Invisible People, Mark Horvath


The 2013 Award Winner Invisible People uses the lens of a television camera to tell the stories of homelessness and the organizations trying to help. Flickr photo: Anne Helmond The Rob Stuart Memorial Award honors the spirit of the man who was so pivotal in creating our community.

Give Local America: Getting People Excited About Giving Days

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Getting People Excited About Giving Days by Guest Post by Marika Lynch. With 23 nonprofits participating, the contest reached more than 5,000 people, raised the profile for the foundation’s campaign and produced content for their nonprofit partners.

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Study: More People Donated to Charity in 2012 Than 2011


People donated more money to charity in 2012 than in 2011, according to a Blackbaud survey , where over 4200 donors from the US, the UK, and Australia responded to a variety of questions about their donation habits to nonprofits.

Where Do People Turn to for Election and Political News?


We asked people about, and explored six media types in the survey: • Cable news stations • Network news • Newspapers • Talk radio • Internet new sites • Blogs and social media.

How Angelica Ross and TransTech Address the Unique Needs of Transgender People of Color

Tech Soup Blog

In less than a year, this organization and its dynamic founder, Angelica Ross, have gotten lots of attention for their work to bring more transgender people into the workforce. However, transgender people continue to face significant levels of discrimination and violence.

Employment Rate for People with Disabilities – January 2012

Vertex Systems

Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics has released disability employment statistics for January 2012 showing that the percentage of people with disabilities and the unemployment percentages: January 2012 (Not seasonally adjusted) Labor Force Participation People with disabilities: … Continue reading → The U.S.

How to get people talking about you

John Haydon

If you’re like most people, chances are you tell friends about brands that do the unexpected. Think about the last time you told a friend about a product or a service. Why did you tell your friend about that brand instead of another brand that does the same thing? They’re remarkable, not just different. The same. Read More. Online Fundraising email marketing Facebook Fundraising Facebook Marketing Non-Profit Branding word-of-mouth marketing

Google Plus Will Replace Blogging For Many People

John Haydon

Yesterday I posted the following on Google Plus: What I’m starting to see is that Google+ could actually (and I know this sounds crazy) replace blogging for many people.

Photos Get the Most "Likes" on Facebook, But Do They Engage People?


Interestingly, answering questions on Facebook are also quite popular, which signals that people still like to be engaged in more social ways and offer their opinions. Then the photos get published in Instragram's feed and shared on other social networks where people are prompted to "Like" it.

Watching People Code: the Interesting Things We Learn

Beaconfire Wire

Using code tests, we get a sense of how evolved people’s skills are and how well they understand the technologies we need them to. It’s true that you can learn a lot from watching others work.