10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

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Next week I'm doing a Webinar for Extension Professionals , a remix of 10 Steps to Association 2.0 which was a remix of Marnie Webb 's Ten Ways Nonprofits Can Change the World. adoption strategies ( remix from Association 2.0). Remixed from here and here ).

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Remix Moma - Part 2

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These audio guides were inspired by a recent podcasting trend called "sound seeing," in which people record narrations of their vacations so others can enjoy. Last week I posted about Dave Gilbert's experiment with podcasting "unnofficial audio guides" at Moma, a project called "Apologia: We love MoMA. Hackers hack a platform out of respect for it." " This morning, Dave Gilbert emailed with a link to the NY Times article about his project. Way to go Dave!

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Five Social Media Fundraising Trends for 2009

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So for this post, I'd like to share 5 fundraising trends that we saw emerging in 2009 related to fundraising and social media and that will most definitely continue to have impact in 2010. What do you think are the key fundraising/social media trends of 2009? Photo by Borman818.

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Trend Blend 2009: A Map of Time and Tide

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Click to see a larger image This is a cool visualizations of trends for 2009 in different sectors. It's from Trends in Living Networks blogger Ross Dawson. You may remember the very popular Trend Blend 2007 and Trend Blend 2008 which used transportation themes.

Great reads from January 6th through January 8th

Amy Sample Ward

2008 Online Giving Trends - Connections - Want to compare your 2008 numbers/results to other organizations? Check out this post which "shares some very early online giving trends from Blackbaud clients. On this site, you can write, edit & remix each other's words - along with those of the past years' presidents - to create an inaugural that reflects your collective viewpoint.

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It’s Not What You Know, It’s How You Learn

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Use video for capturing knowledge from webinars, trainings, skype sessions, and so on – that can be easily remixed into how-to guides and explanations. The Power of Remixable Content.

WeAreMedia: Listening for Nonprofits in a Connected World

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As many of you know who read this blog, I am an early adopter of social media and set up my listening post 5 years ago to scan for people, trends, and ideas related to social media and nonprofits. The above presentation is a remix of a remix of a remix.

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Optimizing Event Outcomes

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Customer Experience (CX) seems to be an ever-rising trend in the corporate world, and this shows nowhere better than at an event, where your staff and volunteers are interacting directly with your constituents and stakeholders.

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What about Pscyho Socialgraphics?

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For this, I'm drawing on the Smart Chart of Kristen Grim and from working with a cadre of smart nonprofit communications folks who have remixed the social media game. This can be designed then into lists, favorite, trends, news and more.

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My Facebook Birthday Cause: Thank You (and Some Unsolicited Feedback To Causes)

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For my 50th birthday, I held a 50th Birthday Card Flickr Photo Remix Party Well, a few weeks ago, I read a blog post by Amy Sample Ward about Birthday Causes, This new feature lets individuals on Facebook create a birthday fundraising campaign as part of a Cause.

NetCentric Advocacy: Pew Press Release on Internet Coverage and Use

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activities, such as blogging, sharing creations online, or remixing digital content. activities, such as blogging, sharing creations online, or remixing digital content. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

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

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This can take place in a variety ways, including brown bag lunches "Facebook Friday," presenting examples from other organizations experiences, sharing market research data about consumer trends and social media.

The NMC Symposium for the Future: Prepping for Virtual Keynote about Nonprofits in 2020

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Lucy Bernholz who writes the Philanthropy 2173 blog is a master of that - and is currently crowdsourcing trends and predictions for 2010. Remix. -- @NurtureGirl Foundations leveraging unrestricted funds to "challenge" people to engage in philanthropy (S.A.

Last Chance to Vote for Nonprofit SXSW Panels: Closes September 4th

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Ami Dar and Nancy Lublin, two social change leaders, present best practices and spot current trends. Submitted by Nancy Lublin. Identity trends on the Social Web. The SXSW Interactive Festival. scheduled March 12-16, 2010 in Austin, Texas) is a mega huge social media industry event.

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Creating Your Organization's Social Media Strategy Map

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It is important to look at trend movements and changes over time, not just numbers. Watch other nonprofits and copy and remix for your next project.

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NetCentric Advocacy: Data:Information: Knowledge: What can we do in 2 years later?

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People find it easier and more satisfying to reinvent the wheel : Give them clear done: not done lists across organizations and movements and in investment portfolios: Make more work creative commons so people can remix and remash content, images, video, etc. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.