StumbleUpon Launches Program to Help Nonprofits | GoodWorks - Advertising Age

AFP Blog

StumbleUpon Launches Program to Help Nonprofits | GoodWorks - Advertising Age : "StumbleUpon is officially launching Stumbling for Good, a new advertising program to help nonprofits increase awareness and site traffic. The San Francisco-based company started the program earlier this summer, initially running a campaign for the World Food Programme, and is now opening up the effort to include more organizations

New Social News Site for Nonprofits

NTEN

You're probably familiar with the concept of social news through sites like StumbleUpon and Digg : users post links to stories, other users rate the posts by voting them up or down. While I have accounts with StumbleUpon and Reddit, I rarely use them. Tags: NPTech stumbleupon idealistnews.org idealist.org reddit web2.0 Idealist.org and Reddit launched a joint venture today: IdealistNews.org , a social news site geared towards nonprofits.

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Generating Buzz: Using Social Media to Drive Website Traffic

NTEN

I set her on the path to join all of the major and up-and-coming social media sites like StumbleUpon , Digg , Reddit , Delicious and Mixx. Danielle Brigida, National Wildlife Federation. As social media grows in popularity, one fact cannot be ignored: if used well, it can generate impressive amounts of traffic and increase engagement around your cause or organization. If ignored, however, it can lead to tears of anguish and people punching their computers.

Top 8 Social Media Tracking Tools - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Care2

link] It tracks Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Digg, Delicious, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn. frogloop Home frogloop Home Receive monthly updates Subscribe to our RSS feed Follow frogloop on Twitter Most Popular Posts Social Network ROI Calculator Social Networking for Nonprofits: ROI, Tracking Tools and More "While Theyre Hot!"

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Wild Apricot Blog : Social Annotation: the Next Generation of Social Bookmarking

Wild Apricot

Online Discussion on June 23: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Robert Weiner

The speakers include: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization’s voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. This Tuesday The Chronicle of Philanthropy will host another free online discussion about how nonprofits can use social media.

Transcript: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Robert Weiner

The discussion featured: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization's voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. If you missed The Chronicle of Philanthropy's June 23 online discussion Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes , the transcript is now available.

Transcript: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Tech Soup Blog

The discussion featured: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization's voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. If you missed The Chronicle of Philanthropy's June 23 online discussion Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes , the transcript is now available.

Online Discussion on June 23: Using Social Networks to Promote Good Causes

Tech Soup Blog

The speakers include: Danielle Brigida , the social-media outreach coordinator at the National Wildlife Federation, in Washington, DC where she manages the organization's voice on online networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Care2, Change.org, Digg, and StumbleUpon. This Tuesday The Chronicle of Philanthropy will host another free online discussion about how nonprofits can use social media.

Great reads from December 12th through December 13th

Amy Sample Ward

The Ultimate Social Media Etiquette Handbook: The Most Egregious Sins on Social Media Sites, Exposed » techipedia | tamar weinberg - A great primer on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Social News sharing, FriendFeed, YouTube, StumbleUpon, Blogging and more. These are my links for December 12th through December 13th: Have Fun • Do Good: 2009 Career Coaching Discount for Have Fun * Do Good Readers - If you are looking for some career coaching, Britt is an excellent coach!

Using Social Media Increases Fundraising by 40% [Study]

NetWits

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!®? Do you know how many of your supporters use popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube? 42.3% of the entire American population use Facebook. Twitter has over 16 million users. YouTube is the second most used search engine in the world.

10 secret ways to explode your blog traffic without paying a dime for paid ads

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Whenever you publish any post, share it to social marketing sites especially Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, and Stumbleupon now Mix. Here I have mentioned 10 solid ways how to get traffic for your blog in the long run. On-Page Factors. Using WordPress. WordPress is the best blogging platform and since most of the bloggers are using WordPress- it has its community.

Social Media Case Study Slam Panel at NTC 08: Danielle Brigida, NWF - A Case Study on Traffic

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This case study is by Danielle Brigida from the NWF and her experience using Digg and StumbleUpon for generating traffic. Today I'll be talking about using Digg and Stumbleupon specifically. Slide 4: After attending last year's NTEN, two tools stuck out for me that I really wanted to try- Digg and Stumbleupon. Slide 14: Stumbleupon allows people to thumb up your site and write comments, therefore your ROI can come in forms of thumbs and comments.

My wish for Web 2.5

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I now have accounts at del.icio.us, ma.gnolia, furl, and stumbleupon. too bad they don’t have stumbleupon included. But I’m not so sold on stumbleupon anyway. Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology My wish for Web 2.5 November 28, 2006 Well, both in the process of learning about all of the very cool web 2.0

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[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: National Wildlife Federation

Nonprofit Tech for Good

While the giants (Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Flickr and Youtube) are great for outreach and relationship-building, we’ve had surprising successes with StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, Plancast and other sites. Organization: National Wildlife Federation. Organization Size: 400 employees. Name: Danielle Brigida. Title: Digital Marketing Manager. Website: www.nwf.org. Blog: www.wildlifepromise.org. Facebook: facebook.com/nationalwildlife. Twitter: twitter.com/nwf.

WeAreMedia ToolBox: This Week We're Working Crowdsourcing, Micro Media, and Lifestreaming Tools

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

  We're talking about tools like Digg, Stumbleupon, Reddit and others.  The month of October we've been focusing on building out the Nonprofit Social Media Tool Box and awarding t-shirts to contributors! Week Three of the We Are Media Toolbox begins! 

Social Network Tracker: How to Find your Supporters on Social Networks

Care2

StumbleUpon. Ever wanted to find out where your donors and activists are hanging out on social networks so you can continue deepening your relationsips with your supporters and foster more two-way conversations? Thanks to Care2's new Social Network Tracker that allows you to match your email lists across major social networks it's now super easy to do.

Guest Post by Angus Parker: Review and Book Giveaway - The New Community Rules by Tamar Weinberg

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Finally, since I've never really been able to understand StumbleUpon , a social bookmarking service that we use to great effect at WiserEarth, it was a revelation to read the description in the book. Note from Beth: I got a review copy. I read the book. It rocked. I was going to write a review and do a book giveaway, but I stumbled upon Wiser Earth blogger Angus Parker's excellent review.

Google +: The Trade Off Between Privacy Needs, Community, and Social Context

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Let’s consider the list of most used forms: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google+ (assuming all continues to go well), LinkedIn, FourSquare, Gowalla, StumbleUpon, Tumblr, and your own site. On Friday, I tripped down the rabbit hole of Google + field test with many other social media early adopters and nonprofit technology (#nptech folks) who were kicking the tires. Google + is Google’s new social sharing platform.

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How Much Time Does It Take To Do Social Media?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Buzz tools include FriendFeed, Twitter, StumbleUpon, and Digg - and of course you add many others to this category that are found in other categories. Time Chart - See Flickr Discussion on Version 1 Wanna Remix it? Download it here. I'm getting ready to a workshop later this week, I did a simple pre-workshop assessment, asking folks about their level of experience/comfort and their burning questions.

10 Questions to Get You Started Using Social Media for Your Nonprofit or Do-Good Project

Have Fun - Do Good

StumbleUpon , Delicious ) Wiki (i.e. One of the most common questions I'm asked as a social media consultant is, "Which tool is the best?" Unfortunately, there isn't an easy answer to that question. If you have a do-good project, or a small nonprofit that you want to promote, fundraise for, or build an online community around using social media, your first step is to create a plan.

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A Photo A Day Keeps Lack of Engagement Away

Care2

Photos on Pinterest are referring more traffic than Twitter, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn, and Google+. How many photos do you take a day? A week? Do you capture your nonprofit's monthly potluck? The office plant that just bloomed? How about your office mascot ? Or more importantly, that special dinner with donors? Or awesome volunteers helping out at your major events? They say that a photo is worth a thousand words. And if nothing else, it's worth a whole lot of social engagement.

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Interview with Jonathon Colman: Social Media Secrets from a Green Geek

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

s taken us a long time to build up credible, authoritative profiles and groups on sites like Care2 , Digg , Facebook , Flickr , and StumbleUpon. ??? StumbleUpon. StumbleUpon referred nearly 17,000 people to nature.org this past January, and what most marketers don???t t know about StumbleUpon is that the traffic performs in a manner that???s Jonathon Coleman's Twitter Avatar.

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8 Benefits of Having a Nonprofit Blog

Have Fun - Do Good

When they find it saved by someone on a social bookmarking site like del.icio.us , StumbleUpon or Digg When another blogger links to it on their blog. Should all nonprofits have a blog? Can having a blog benefit your organization? Below are eight benefits of having a nonprofit blog. Blogs help provide quick, up to the minute news about your organization and cause. If you've worked for a nonprofit, you know how painfully long it can take to put together a newsletter.

The Perils of Popularity

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A lthough neither Digg.com, StumbleUpon or NetVibe purports to be a social network, replacing a Facebook, each is a leader in new forms of social Internet use. I like Rashmi's new slide show, especially the title. It helped me clarify some fuzzy thoughts about social networking, pattern analysis, and information overload.

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Social Media 101 TweetChat Recap: Tagging

Tech Soup Blog

Social bookmarking sites include well-known sites such as Delicious, Digg, Stumbleupon, Reddit, and Technorati. The final installment of TechSoup's Social Media Mondays tweetchat series, an interactive companion to its Nonprofit Social Media 101 wiki , covered the topic of tagging. Tagging, a feature found across many social media channels, is used to help surface content during searches.

Guest Post: 8 Benefits of Having a Nonprofit Blog

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

When they find it saved by someone on a social bookmarking site like del.icio.us , StumbleUpon or Digg. Submitted by Britt Bravo, publisher of Have Fun • Do Good Should all nonprofits have a blog? Can having a blog benefit your organization? Below are eight benefits of having a nonprofit blog. Blogs help provide quick, up to the minute news about your organization and cause. If you've worked for a nonprofit, you know how painfully long it can take to put together a newsletter.

Guest Post by Steve MacLaughlin: Creating a Social Networking Strategy (Part 0)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

They don't need to understand the latest techno widget or the nuances of StumbleUpon vs. Digg. Submitted by Steve MacLaughlin, publisher of Connections For a while now I've been talking with a lot of nonprofits about using social media and social networking in their organizations. I thought it would be useful to blog about how to create a strategy for using these channels. Before starting to create a strategy it makes sense to set a baseline. Where are we today? What's going on?

Web 2.0 Part IIa: Social Bookmarking

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

at 3:02 am Have you tried StumbleUpon for ’stumbling’ upon websites that other like minded people have visited and liked. Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Web 2.0

Intersting Post: Information Overload and the FOOD IS THOUGHT Metaphor

Network-Centric Advocacy

Surely, even with the most efficient recommendations from StumbleUpon and all sorts of filtration tools, those tenths of seconds still must add up? I love this riff. For a long time people in the nonprofit sector that I work with have complained about information overload. In this following post, the author spells out information overload like a Vegas buffet. Just because it's there doesn't mean you have to overeat. It is not a bad thing that all the information is there.

WeAreMedia Live Workshop: Reflections

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Experiment with StumbleUpon. Flickr Photo: Illustration of Participant's Learning Questions Earlier this month, we piloted the first two-day workshop on social media strategy and tools for NTEN 's WeAreMedia project. I was pleased with workshop, even though it was the first time and that is always difficult because instruction improves with feedback from learners. Co-instructors included Holly Ross, Nina Simon, Rachel Weidinger, Britt Bravo, David Cohn, and John Kenyon.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » NTEN Does Web 2.0

See3

Danielle Brigida from NWF presented a case study on Digg and StumbleUpon. In StumbleUpon, she saw results from being the source of quality, relevant info. Home • About Us Mission Team News Partners Careers • Services Overview Interactive Marketing Video Web Design and Development • Clients Clients List Client Login • Resources Overview Events YouTube for Nonprofits Guide to Online Video Video FAQs Our Blog • Contact POSTED BY Daniel Hartman MAR 27, 2008 NTEN Does Web 2.0

NpTech Tag Summary: Chimp Personality, Convio Open API, and More

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" This post from a few months back from Search England Land titled " How To Win Friends and Influence People in Social News Networks " offers some tips for leveraging sites like Digg, and Stumbleupon. Find out what kind of monkey you are for a good cause. The HSUS newest campaign is geared towards helping the 1,300 chimps still condemned to life in research labs across the country.

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Digg This?

Allegiance Group

Easier to determine–and something I can now instruct you to do for yourself–is to learn the difference between Digg , Reddit , Facebook , Twitter , and StumbleUpon. Take a look down at the bottom of this post. See all those little icons? You may know what they are for, you may not, but they are something now appear on most blogs and an increasing number of Web sites.

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Buzz tools include FriendFeed, Twitter, StumbleUpon, and Digg - and of course you add many others to this category that are found in other categories. How To Think Like A Nonprofit Social Media Genius View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. tags: nonprofit socialmedia ). Here are my slides from the Convio " Social Media for Social Good " for tomorrow. I will be co-presenting with Emily Riley , a senior analyst from Jupiter Research.

Netscape wants its gatekeepers back | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

It’s a form of wikiality, to be sure – StumbleUpon is almost built to be a network of goofy stuff. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

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Podcamp Session on Social Media Metrics: Thank You Jeremiah

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Influence/Authority: Scoble defines this as % of posts that show up on Techmeme, Digg, my Link Blog, Slashdot, StumbleUpon, etc. Flickr Photo by whatchamakallit. UPDATE: The presentation slides and wikispace is here. I'm doing a session at Boston podcamp called the Social Media Metrics/ROI Game. I'm slightly out of my comfort zone here because I've only been following this topic closely for a short time, although I have co-authored a guide for nonprofits on technology evaluation and ROI.

SXSW: Social Media Nonprofit ROI Poetry Slam - Slides, Links, and Poems (long)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

With Twitter, Facebook, Digg and Stumbleupon gone are the days forgotten lore. SXSW Poetry Slam Slides View more presentations from kanter. Today, I am moderating a panel at SXSW about Social Media Nonprofit ROI in the format of a poetry slam. The panel will be in room 18BCD at 5: 00 PM. The description: What works and rhymes? A creative report on non-profits, social media, and effective ROIs delivered as poetry slam and expertly judged including interactive crowd participation.

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Brooklyn Clicks with the Crowd: What Makes a Smart Mob?

Museum 2.0

The view counts, comments, favorites, most e-mailed, and leader boards of sites we all love (Flickr, Digg, StumbleUpon, NetFlix, The New York Times, etc.) I've written before about the inspiring work that the Brooklyn Museum of Art is doing with their community-focused efforts. They're now running a compelling experiment in crowd-sourced exhibition creation and curation via the photography exhibition Click.