Slideshare and Pinterest for Nonprofits

Amy Sample Ward

and on this last episode we talked about two popular tools: Slideshare and Pinterest. Slideshare. I use Slideshare for my presentations and other workshop or training materials. Column Five has a new infographic about Slideshare user data with some interesting highlights. It’s also noteworthy the high percentage of business and organizational leaders using Slideshare. Are you using Slideshare or Pinterest?

Nine Ways Networked Nonprofits Use Slideshare

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Slideshare. These are my notes for webinar about Nonprofits and Slideshare , a social site where community members share presentations, documents and pdfs. For a couple of years, I’ve been an avid member of the Slideshare community, sharing, browsing, and collaborating on content and watching how nonprofits use the platform. I drank the Slideshare kool aid in November, 2006. I also share my Slideshare content in my other social streams.

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5 lessons we learned experimenting SlideShare as a visual blog | Scoop.it Blog

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5 lessons we learned experimenting SlideShare as a visual blog | Scoop.it Blog : SlideShare is a great platform for visual content and an amazing company: in just a few years, it has become the YouTube of presentations, one of the Top 150 sites in the world with an impressive 3 Billion views per month from 60 million unique visitors.

Inspired Blogging for Social Change (Video + Slides)

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You can watch the video on the Mission List website, or on the player below: I''ve also uploaded the slides to SlideShare , if you want to flip through and/or download the presentation: There are links at the end to all of the inspiring blog examples. Hello Have Fun, Do Gooders! This summer I taught a webinar about Inspired Blogging for Social Change for The Mission List.

NpTech Tag Summary: The SlideShare Edition

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

SlideShare is a site to host and share presentations. You can upload all your slide decks, and find download interesting presentations. At last month's NetTuesday , Jonathan Boutelle, Co-founder and CTO of SlideShare gave a presentation on how Nonprofits can use SlideShare. I love SlideShare for many reasons that I've shared before. where you navigate by tags, most views, or slide shares by users and events.

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.

Slides: DC's Innovative Data Catalog

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We've blogged about Kundra's presentation previously, but now his slides are available for the first time (with audio). Creating the Digital Public Square View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. Our Web Executive Seminar last month featured a terrific case study by District of Columbia CTO Vivek Kundra on the DC Data Catalog -- an archive of over 200 data feeds.

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LinkedIn Applications: I just added my blog and slideshare content! Wow!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

You can add your blog content, slide shows, reading lists, files, business travel, and more. For my profile, I added BlogLink (it posts my blog posts to my profile automatically) and SlideShare's Application. (In In the video above SlideShare's CEO Rashmi Sinha demonstrates the application.). Meet Sarah on LinkedIn View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. tags: app slideshare ). Linkedin View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own.

Slides from Nonprofits, Healthcare, and Social Media Keynote

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BTW, the photo that graces the cover of this slide show was taken by Patricia). Also thanks to the many people in my Twitter, Linked, Facebook, and Slideshare networks who pointed me to good examples. | View | Upload your own. I was invited to give a keynote at a gathering of 300 IT leaders and managers who work for a large healthcare nonprofit.

7 Easy Ideas to Give Your Next Presentation Oomph

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Include Only One Key Point per Slide. Here's why: Slides with too much verbiage will decrease the interest of your audience. List ye ol' bullet points on separate slides like Damon Nofar does here: 2. According to graphic designer and knower-of-all-things-presentation-related Nancy Duarte , you should look at your slides and determine: "Will the audience understand what I'm trying to communicate in 3 seconds?"

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.

eMetrics Panel Slides, Notes, and Blog Posts: ROI of Blogging, Twitter, and Digg for Nonprofits

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E-Metrics: Followers, Friends, and Fans - Expanding Your Online Community View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. Why Twitter Matters View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. Building Buzz Without a Budget View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. tags: blogging nptech ). Marshall Kirkpatrick has a great post over at Read/Write Web about keeping momentum.    In that post, he describes one technique - make yourself a public case study. 

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Notes from Webinar: Social Media for Organizations

Amy Sample Ward

I had a bit of fun with it, especially with the pictures on the slides, by using a party metaphor: Social Media for Organizations: Enjoy Your Own Party! Here are the slides (Hint: visit the slideshare site by clicking on the link below to see the speaking notes as well!). Tags: presentation socialmedia intro slides social media Earlier this month, I had the great pleasure and honor to lead a webinar with Lori Jacobwith ’s community.

Guest Post by Rebecca Leaman: Social Media for Non-Profits: 26 Great Slideshare Presentations You Can Use

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If you've been thinking of launching or expanding your organization in social media, Slideshare is a good starting point for information and advice. Tip : Whenever you view a slideshow at SlideShare , do scroll down below the presentation area to check for helpful notes on the slides and/or interesting information in the comments thread.

Two Excellent Examples of Storytelling about web.20 adoption in slide shows

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here are two wonderful slideshows I found on Slideshare both on the same topic: Web2.0 I especially like slide 13adoption at the enterprise level. Note the visual style with a narrative structure. This are very engaging ways to do presentations.

Slides from Kellogg Action Lab: College of Consultants - Making Sense and Success with Social Media

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

College of Consultants Presentation - Kellogg Action Lab View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. My slides and other resources are on the wiki. tags: nonprofits socialmedia ). Last week I facilitated a workshop at the Kellogg Action Lab's College of Consultants Convening. Kudos to Ron McKinley, Tim Brostrom, and Mai Neng Moua for doing such an excellent job of hosting and organizing this event.

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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?"

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home My Dreamforce Slides My Dreamforce Slides Last Updated on Monday, 16 October 2006 03:38 Written by Steve Monday, 16 October 2006 03:38 Check out this cool service for posting Powerpoint slides on the web. SlideShare takes you ppt file, converts it to flash, then makes in embeddable on your site for viewing. Check out the slides shown next to a video of a session on Salesforce’s site.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

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You can follow the one-hour archived session (or the slides on Slideshare) to get a nice slice of perspective from Amy Gipson of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Melissa Schoen of.

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

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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. tags: nonprofit socialmedia ). I will be co-presenting with Emily Riley , a senior analyst from Jupiter Research. The webinar is sold out, but the folks at Convio are making the recording available if you sign up. More information here.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

Forum One

You can follow the one-hour archived session (or the slides on Slideshare) to get a nice slice of perspective from Amy Gipson of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Melissa Schoen of.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

Forum One

You can follow the one-hour archived session (or the slides on Slideshare) to get a nice slice of perspective from Amy Gipson of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Melissa Schoen of.

ARRGH. Marketing Metrics for Pirates

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I nudged Dave to post his slide deck to SlideShare. Now, I'm going to officially nudge Dave to use the SlideShare Slidecaste new feature that allows you add audio to your slides. I would love to hear Dave narrate his slides He has also posted some recent thoughts on this here. On the surface, it doesn't really relate to nonprofits, but there's lots to translate.

The Future of Online Revenue Generation for Charities

Amy Sample Ward

Here are my slides: The Future of Online Revenue Generation for Charities. If you want to dive into the speaker notes, simply click through to the Slideshare presentation here and use the “Notes on Slide&# tab beneath the slides. Today, I’m presenting at the NCVO Foresight seminar: Changing ICT – what does it mean for your charity? My session focuses on the pretty obtuse topic of ‘the future of online revenue generation for charities.’

Data for Good: Fundraising and Technology Insights for your Year-End Campaigns

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Presented on September 20 via webinar, the slides below highlight data from the 2017 Global NGO Technology Report , the 2017 Global Trends in Giving Report , and Network for Good’s donor platform to determine if U.S. Follow Nonprofit Tech for Good on SlideShare. nonprofits are using technology in the ways that their donors and supporters prefer. Attendees were be given access to exclusive U.S.

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Top Three Platforms Your Nonprofit Should Use

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Two of them (SlideShare and YouTube for Nonprofits) go a long way to increasing a nonprofit's visibly in Google searches and who wouldn't want that? SlideShare. You've probably heard of SlideShare by now or even watched a presentation or two. One reason might be that the audience on SlideShare is mostly comprised business and IT professionals. I can see why this would make nonprofits shy away from SlideShare.

The Anatomy of a Content Model

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My talk was titled “The Anatomy of a Content Model” and you can check out the slides on Slideshare if you’re interested. What is a Content Model? Content Modeling is a hot topic in the Information Architecture community these days. A content model is a document defining the structure of each content type within a CMS , or Content Management System.

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Flickr for the Cultural & Heritage Sectors

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You can view this deck on Slideshare, but this time I thought it would be appropriate to upload the slides (as images) to Flickr! I was invited to give a so-called “masterclass&# [cough] at the Social Media Exchange in London this week. This is me setting up !). You may already know that I’m a huge fan of Flickr. I’ve remained loyal since 2004, and despite some recent ups and downs (thanks, Yahoo!),

Getting Started with Social Media for Small Enterprises

Amy Sample Ward

You can review the slides below, and click through to slideshare where you can view all of the speaker notes as well. If you were part of the webinar today or you reviewed the slides and resources here and have additional questions, just let me know! Today I had the pleasure of presenting a webinar to clients of the Washington Access Fund. Participants on the call come from many backgrounds and situations and are now embarking on new businesses, services and consulting.

Web2.0 and the Wizard of Oz

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This is a wonderful slide deck because: It uses narrative structure to convey the information. I found on Slideshare my favorite web2.0 Few words, more visuals. application right now. Vicky Davis , one of my favorite bloggers, is preparing for some presentations at conferences and thinking about presentation 2.0. I don't know why, but we seem to be on similar tracks in terms of our interest, only slightly different applications

A Simple 6 Step Plan for Creating a Facebook Page that Works

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Make sure to check out the full presentation slides. You can view them below or download them from SlideShare by clicking here (look for the download button right above the slides when you get to SlideShare). In my last session as part of the Schools out for Summer Series I took a deep dive into how Schools can get the most out of Facebook. It was a lot of fun presenting (and talking to) this extremely engaged group of people.

NTEN Webinar: Social Media Building Blocks

Amy Sample Ward

I will be posting my slides on SlideShare and this blog after the event to continue the conversation started during the webinar. I’m really looking forward to it and have already started putting together some slides and ideas. NTEN & TechSoup have teamed up to deliver a series of webinars on storytelling and social media - and I’m the presenter for the first one! First, what’s a web-inar?

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How To Be An (effective) Social Butterfly

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

How To Be A Social Media Butterfly View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. Danielle Brigida has posted an excellent slide show about her work flow as the social media person for the NWF. tags: brigida danielle ). I like her point about listening is actionable! It isn't just about looking at the what people saying -- it's about doing some pattern analysis and linking it back to a decision - like what should we write about on our blog.

The Guardian Reports on TechSoup Global/Guardian Charity Data Seminar

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Their slides are also available via SlideShare here. His slides are available on SlideShare here. Download his PowerPoint presentation, Data @NCVO , or view his slides via SlideShare here. Download Nathaniel Manning's PowerPoint presentation, Ushahidi: Made in Africa , or view his slides on SlideShare here. This post is republished with permission from GuideStar International's blog.

Connected Generation: Youth Workers and Social Media

Amy Sample Ward

Here are the slides ( Hint: visit the slideshare site by clicking on the link below to see the speaking notes as well! ). Earlier this month, the Connected Generation conference brought lots of folks from organizations and direct services groups, as well as practitioners, educators, and researchers together in Bristol, UK, to talk about the use of social media in youth work.

The Top 10 Most Effective Donation Form Optimizations You Can Make

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Check out the slides on SlideShare. Online giving was up 13.5% in 2013 and has been growing by double digits ever since. Though it still doesn’t represent a massive amount of total giving, it’s well worth the effort to optimize your online channels in order to get the best possible performance out of it. Simple math tells us that: If you get 1,000 visits to your donation form and 1% convert into donors, you’ll have 10 donors. But. .

Great reads from around the web on June 11th

Amy Sample Ward

" Nine Ways Networked Nonprofits Use Slideshare | Beth’s Blog – Beth has a great post up about how organizations can use SlideShare. I use it for all my presentations and it even allows me to share my speaker notes since most of my slides are usually just pictures. I come across so many great conversations, ideas, and resources all over the web every day. Here are some of the most interesting things I’ve found recently (as of June 11th).

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Networked Nonprofit: Get the book!

Amy Sample Ward

Review the slides below for an overview and introduction to The Networked Nonprofit. Hint: remember to click on the “Notes&# tab below the slides on SlideShare so you can see the speaker notes that go with each slide!). Networked Nonprofit Slides. Beth Kanter and Allison Fine ‘s book, The Networked Nonprofit , is now out and starting lots of conversations. But what’s everyone talking about?

SXSW Social Media Nonprofit ROI Poetry Slam

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Thanks to Beth and Holly, you can enjoy the full length video of the performances and slideshare presentation below. SXSW Poetry Slam Slides View more presentations from kanter. One of the highlights of this year's SXSW for me so far has been the Social Media Nonprofit ROI Poetry Slam where a rockstar lineup of panelists put explaining the value and return on investment of social media to poetic verse. Literally.

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Wired Wealthy, Budha and Freud.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I'm hoping that will put their slides in slideshare. And, while I wishing for slides to magically appear on slideshare, I hope Bill Strathmann will post his slides from his ROI session -- another session that I wanted to attend, but was also presenting The connection between these two items are two people, Mark Rovner and Katya Andresen. The Wired Wealthy.

Eight Easy Steps to Green Your Organization's IT

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You can also view the presentation slides on slideshare. This post originally appeared on the TechSoup for Libraries Blog and was written by Sarah Washburn. My colleague, Jim Lynch, and I recently presented at the Amigos Going Green at Your Library 2 online conference. Jim is the Computer Recycling and Reuse Director for TechSoup's GreenTech Initiative , and I was thrilled to tag team with him.

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Socially enabling your mission – how nonprofits can benefit from online communities

Connection Cafe

Below are my slides on best practices for building and managing an online community. I'm always looking for new nonprofit success stories and personal best practices, so if you have anything helpful to share with the community share here or on my Slideshare page

Bringing Your Community To Life - Alexandra Samuel

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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. I wanted to attend the session by Alexandra Samuel from Social Signal about community building. I had to finish my video blogging assignments. However, I was able to get the key points from live blog posts and tweets from my colleagues.

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