Can Yahoo Answer My Question About

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That's what Allan Benamer and I want to know. To play with the data on dabbledb, swivel, or many-eyes (see what Chris did here ). The context is here

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User Experience Design Patterns from the Yahoo! Library

Museum 2.0

Yahoo! To a user, interacting with Yahoo! maps and Yahoo! ratings) mean in the world of Yahoo! The solution is a design pattern library, a place where Yahoo! They are used internally across Yahoo! And now Yahoo! Now, these Yahoo! It gives Yahoo!

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How “Facebook Questions” Can Help Small NonProfits

Wild Apricot

Facebook is rolling out a new feature called Facebook Questions – similar to what’s offered by LinkedIn, Yahoo Questions, and other Q&A sites. Ask questions, answer them, and rate (or be rated) for best answers. What does this mean for nonprofits? A new way to reach potential supporters, and to spread the word about your cause! read more ).

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Privacy, Anonymity, and Safety: Protecting Your Community


These are a few questions that were raised for me after attending Yahoo's Change Your World conference at the Newseum in Washington, DC earlier this month. It was hosted by Yahoo! Nonprofit change nonprofits privacy yahooWhat role do nonprofits play in online privacy?

The Answer to Sean's Question: Tools for Effective Listening

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Okay, so let me answer the question by posed by The Tactical Philanthropy blog. Yahoo News Google News. Sean of the Tactical Philanthropy blog called me the batman of nonprofit technology. I've never been referred to as an comic strip character. (It

Can Facebook Questions Bridge the Blue/Red Divide?


On Wednesday, Facebook began rolling out a new feature: Questions. You ask a question and the Facebook community can answer. If he was in it for the money, he would have taken Yahoo's $1 billion offer years ago and run.

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See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Nonprofits Using Flickr for Good

See What's Out There

Recent Posts 5 Questions to Evaluate Your Nonprofit Video ROI Enter the 2010 Tagline Awards Today!

The Q&A: Great FAQ Plugins for WordPress Sites

Byte Technology

For anyone who runs an establishing or burgeoning e-commerce website, questions from clients and customers are a simple fact of doing business in the virtual world. With it you can customize how the questions are ordered on the page and add images if you wish.

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onenws Bookmarks on Delicious


12 13 Next > 129 Bookmarks RSS feed for these Bookmarks Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Tags Options View as: cloud | list Sort by: alpha | count Show tags used at least: 1 , 2 , 5 times Top 10 Tags marketing 26 articles 24 social 23 analytics 21 strategy 18 tools 18 community 16 howtos 16 socialnetworking 16 resources 15 All Tags 145 a Yahoo! Join Now! Whats New?

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » How many site visitors do you have? Or is that the wrong question?

See What's Out There

Or is that the wrong question? All hell broke loose when their new calculation showed that AOL was on top — above MySpace and Yahoo and Google and MSN. Recent Posts 5 Questions to Evaluate Your Nonprofit Video ROI Enter the 2010 Tagline Awards Today!

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OSS CMS Beauty Contest | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

7) Web CMS (11) Web Services (13) where2007 (2) Wikimedia Foundation (1) Wired (1) Wireless (3) Wordpress (3) Working Assets (2) Yahoo! (4) 4) Yahoo! Which CMS has the most talent, looks best in a swimsuit and can answer questions about world peace eloquently? Publicly-traded nonprofit CRM vendors Yahoo!

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How To Create A WordPress Website For Nonprofits On A Budget

Nonprofits Source

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is is the process of increasing your website’s visibility in search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, DuckDuckGo) with the goal of appearing on the first page of results for a any combination of keywords.

It's the End of Tumblr As We Know It (and I Feel Fine)


It’s a perfect coincidence that one week after we launched our latest report at Idealware, Exploring Cutting Edge Social Media , Yahoo! Yahoo! With CEO Marissa Mayer posting on her own Tumblr that she promises “not to screw it up,” it would seem that Yahoo! In fact, not only will it not be adding a Yahoo! Still, there are a lot of good questions one might ask about the acquisition. The answer to all these questions is a firmly neutral, "probably not."

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The Machine is… | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

Yahoo Introduces “Pipes&# » The Machine is… Posted Wednesday, February 7th, 2007 at 3:51 pm by usha (14 posts) Kansas State University Digital Ethnography department has posted “ Web 2.0 : The Machine is Us/ing Us &# piece on YouTube. The video is short, but leaves us with a some thought-provoking questions.

Using Social Media Increases Fundraising by 40% [Study]


Here are a few points to consider: Supporter Usage In Question. ShareThis – While the three social tools mentioned above are the baseline, what happens when you want to give your participants access to other social networks like StumbleUpon®, Digg®, and Yahoo!®?

SEO For Nonprofits: A Beginners Guide To Digital Marketing Success

Nonprofits Source

Search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo then use complex search algorithms to index and rank content. Let’s answer the next burning question you might have: “ Is image search valuable?

What is Search Engine Optimization and Why is it Important

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Questions users ask need to be answered and they are searching for solutions to their problems. An improved rating means that a website will feature in the top results in search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing. adds Jobs for Change

Amy Sample Ward

You can also ask the team of advisors any question you’d like and get a public response, sort of like Yahoo Answers but powered by experts. I’m also excited to see how the advice and question/answer content develops.

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Landing Your Emails – Expert Email Deliverability Tips

Connection Cafe

We also had a very lively Q&A, but not enough time to answer all the questions – so we’re continuing that great dialogue here with some of your burning email deliverability questions…. Unfortunately, this is a very difficult question!

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Please Vote for SXSW 2014 Panel: What Social Media Analytics Can’t Tell You

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Questions Addressed: Which people or behaviors get missed by social media analytics, and how can you fill in those gaps with other kinds of data? What questions can you answer by combining social media and survey data? What Social Media Analytics Can’t Tell You.

September Wrap-Up Community Builder Chat: Online, Offline, and Migration

Amy Sample Ward

Question 1 : asked about migrating a community from one tool to another, specifically from listservs to a website/forum. Question 2 : asked how to build a loop between on and offline engagement. There are also some great ways to help make offline action visible online like sharing actions or highlighting content like videos and photos from events online (try pulling content from across the web together on your website via Yahoo!

Sharing Power, Holding Expertise: The Future of Authority Revisited

Museum 2.0

Their questions made me think about a blog post I wrote in 2008, The Future of Authority. Every time you post a photo on Flickr, you give its owner, Yahoo!,

Social Media Monitoring in 30 Minutes or Less


Get the Social Media Fire Hose (using Yahoo Pipes). You may have some questions. What questions do you have about effective online listening?

Is Quora Yet Another Social Network (YASN) or Something Different?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Over the holidays, I finally visited Quora , a social learning site focused around asking and answering questions founded by an ex-Facebook employee. Quora has been around for a year and provides an independent question platform from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn that is similar to Yahoo!

Now What Do You Ask A Job Candidate?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Perhaps the new question is, " If you are stranded on an island and could choose only one media channel, which one would you choose ?"

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Tips to Increase Email Open Rates

Connection Cafe

That’s the first question your readers typically want to answer. That will tell Internet Service Providers like Yahoo and Google that these subscriber should are expecting to receive your email. Author: Guest Blogger. Originally posted on Constant Commentary , here's four tips from Caroline Shahar at Constant Contact on how to increase the open rate on your nonprofit's emails. After all, you have to communicate with your constituents to even begin to engage.

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Consolidate Your Social Media Feeds and Take Back Your Content

Beaconfire Wire

But that raises the question: “How do I do that?” Another way to aggregate this data is to use a 3 rd party service, for example Yahoo! Pipes, or Dapper (which is from Yahoo!). Yahoo!

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What Your Nonprofit Needs to Know About Mobilegeddon

Tech Soup Blog

No matter what Google, Bing, or Yahoo do with their search algorithms, your constituents need to be able to access your services and information via a mobile device. And if you need help, you can always ask questions (and find answers!)

Forget the Leash, Go to the Cloud

Connection Cafe

Take Gmail or Yahoo mail on the other hand. And now she’s asking all the right questions, dropping the right names and building his relationship with the organization. Author: Cheryl Black. The following post originally appeared on YNPN Detroit's blog on June 11.

The #FutureOfBusiness WILL Radically Change Everything As We Know It


The contagion that first started with the financial downturn of the housing market from the questionable subprime mortgage practices, quickly spiralled into the financial sector domestically and abroad. I was at Yahoo! VP of Yahoo!

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See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Advice from Shpigler

See What's Out There

And so Microsoft is trying to buy Yahoo! Yahoo! Microsoft is the old school now and Yahoo! I am hopeful that Yahoo! In their negotiations, Yahoo!’s How to Negotiate – Tips for Yahoo!

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Podcast of Conversation with Wanna

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We had just finished an online chat where Nancy modeled some protocols for faciliating a large group chat where we discussed some interesting questions about the challenges of moderating chat with international participants when. I noticed one of the Cambodian bloggers, Wanna , had logged on to Yahoo IM. I've been very busy this week taking a fantastic online workshop on online facilitation from Nancy White at Full Circle.

Do Ads on Facebook work? YES

FI Space

So a big question for all of us in the Social Media game is what works as far as advertising? Yahoo Ad Words? Should I spend on Google Ad Words? Facebook Ads? How can I get my non profit or my stuff in general out to more people? Well in the last few weeks I tried out Facebook Ads for a Fan Page I run. Let me tell you not only was it easy it worked. And on top of that, I was soon addicted to checking it to see how well it was working. My spend limit was 10.00

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How to Produce Your Own Podcast

Have Fun - Do Good

I also appreciate the discussion and sharing of resources on the Yahoo! Feel free to ask me any questions about podcasting, or share your best practices and resources in the comments.

Citizen Tech: Social Media in Disaster Response

Amy Sample Ward

Yahoo set up 100 Internet-linked computers at the Astrodome and developed a meta-search of evacuee registration websites. Today I’m in San Antonio, Texas, for the American College of Preventive Medicine annual conference.

WeAreMedia: Listening for Nonprofits in a Connected World

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

provides free data analytic tracking for services including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and more - accessible through a web dashboard, XML and Dashboard and Yahoo! Listening for Nonprofits in a Digital World View more presentations from kanter.

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Youth Organizations Are Now Eligible for Flickr Pro

Tech Soup Blog

Because Flickr is part of Yahoo!, each donation recipient must have a Yahoo! If you don't have one, you can create a new Yahoo! Organizations must make sure not to post photos or videos of minors unless they've obtained written permission from a parent or guardian of the minor in question. Nonprofits and libraries with missions focused on youth activities, children, and child care are now eligible for the Flickr Donation Program at TechSoup.

A Simple Argument for Why Museums and Cultural Institutions Should Care about Social Media

Museum 2.0

This is an honest and valid question. We engaged in chat rooms and consumed content selected by AOL or Prodigy or Yahoo. When I'm looking for a resource on something, my first stop is Twitter, where I can send my research question to my professional network.

Software for Collaboration


Electric Embers or Yahoo Groups) Existing Social Networking Sites: Online networking sites where users can create profiles and connect with others (i.e. Basecamp or Groove) Message Board: Online forums focused around questions and answers (i.e. Everyone suddenly wants to collaborate!

NpTech Summary: Nonprofit and Social Change Digg Redux

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here's a summary of the distributed conversations, some context, and some questions. Most recently, Marnie Webb created a Yahoo Pipe of the NpTech Feed and runing it through AideRSS to sort it by popularity. The question was also discussed over at Social Actions.

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Earned Media: How to Stay Relevant and Track It - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop


Pose thought-provoking questions that will help spur discussions amongst the community. Yahoo Pipes: You can create your own monitoring tools using Yahoo Pipes which lets you quickly set up your own RSS tracking, complete with filters.

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Groundswell Book Club Part 4: Customer Support

Museum 2.0

Groundswell focuses on peer-to-peer support mechanisms—ways that institutions answer customer’s questions by connecting them to each other. The support forum has become a cornerstone of many businesses which benefit from the eagerness of some customers to answer each other’s questions.

Pepsi Charity Contest: Learning From Mistakes and Level Playing Fields

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

That's a question I tossed back in forth with my colleagues at Zoetica. Kami Huyse , Zoetica's President, suggested that I invite Katherine Hutt to share some thoughts on these questions and others. From my son's kindergarten class. The Pepsi Refresh Contest is the boldest experiment.