State of the Blogosphere 2009 Introduction Blogging - Technorati

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State of the Blogosphere 2009 Introduction Blogging - Technorati: "Welcome to Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2009 report, which will be released in five consecutive daily segments

Technorati: State of the Blogosphere 2008

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Technorati: State of the Blogosphere 2008: "Blogs are Pervasive and Part of Our Daily LivesThere have been a number of studies aimed at understanding the size of the Blogosphere, yielding widely disparate estimates of both the number of blogs and blog readership.

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Technorati How Tos

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Technorati is a blog search engine. Technorati Tags: Introduction from by Improbulus How to Boost Your Blog Traffic with Technorati (tells you how to claim your blog, rankings, etc) Technorati Hacks (covers some tips and tricks for searching, being found, pinging, etc.). Technorati has a page of links to how-tos and tools. Technorati Tags: net2 , nptech , technorati

Technorati Tag Bookmarklet: The Screencast

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Marshall has a great post about a technorati tag bookmarklet that can save you a lot of grunt work. Technorati tags can help you attract more readers for your blog and also facilitate contributing to the collective community wisdom surrounding a particular tag. About six months ago, I discovered a technorati tag bookmarklet here , created by a guy named Ted. But it required some editing to make it link the tag to Technorati.

Now I know why Technorati ranking hasn't changed in months!

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Most bloggers use the Technorati index to benchmark authority ranking. The last six months, my Technorati rank has been the same, I have not moved the needle. I thought Technorati might be busted or maybe the Technorati monster escaped. Brian poses the question as: Will we need a separate Technorati-type index for measuring the authority of content publishers on Twitter and other micro-media in their own right?

How often, if it all, do you check your Technorati rating?

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Wild Apricot Blog : 10 Reasons Why Every Nonprofit Must Have a Blog

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Dapper – the new open API to end all open APIs? | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

08.18.06 | 86 No Comments [link] Dapper+-+the+new+open+API+to+end+all+open+APIs%3F 2006-08-18+19%3A11%3A38 Allan+Benamer Yup that’s right, this blog is getting close to the #75,000 rank in Technorati.

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Truly a red-letter day (and Sys Admin Day) | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) nonprofittechblog Truly a red-letter day (and Sys Admin Day) 07.28.06 | 74 No Comments [link] Truly+a+red-letter+day+%28and+Sys+Admin+Day%29 2006-07-28+18%3A55%3A48 Allan+Benamer I’ve finally broken the Top 100,000 list of blogs at Technorati!!!

Nonprofit Technology News Celebrity Forecasts for 2014

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Some interesting prognostications collected by Tech Soup Nonprofit Technology News Celebrity Forecasts for 2014 : Now that this year is wrapping up and we have the verdict on nonprofit technology trends for 2013, we queried charity Technorati like Amy Sample Ward, Beth Kanter, Marnie Webb, Peter Campbell, Nicole Wallace, the entire crew at Idealware, Lucy Bernholz, and other luminaries to find out what is in their crystal balls for 2014

nfp 2.0 » Social bookmarking on steroids

Rebooting Charity

Skip navigation Recent Posts Natural blog cycle Buzz Director: the spacewalk metaphor Group fundraising primer When pictures speak a thousand words Another shout for a Netsquared Europe Communicating the soul of your non-profit My Fundraising 2.0

onPhilanthropy: Who's Blogging Corporate Giving?

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Technorati, which tracks blogs, has identified 63.2 According to Technorati, more than 10,500 of onPhilanthropy: Who's Blogging Corporate Giving?: "Who’s Who’s Blogging Corporate Giving?By: By: Jessica Stannard-Friel, 01/18/07It’s no secret that blogs are big. million and reports 175,000 new blogs daily and more than 18 updates every second. And blogging has certainly arrived in the nonprofit sector.

The Non-Profit Version of Google

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Technorati Tags: nonprofit , ngoThis is pretty funny !

Chris Brogan - New Media School

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Chris mentioned this fabulous screencast about how to technorati ego surf - check it out

Great Visual: Why Before What or How

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Technorati Tags: nptagIt's here. I'd love to make one like this for tagging.

Deaf Blogs

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Technorati Tags: nptech , blogaccessibility , net2From Deaf Blogs comes the first official proper vlog post.

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Getting Attention

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Technorati Tags: attention , nptech , net2No, not Ed Batista. Nancy Schwartz. Via Michael Stein (West Coast).

It's Andrew Gianni!

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Technorati Tags: net2 , nptechI just stumbled upon Andrew Gianni' s blog!

Is Peach The New Killer App?

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There’s a new social app called Peach that’s trending with the technorati and social media community. Developed by Vine co-founder Dom Hoffman, the app is a mix between Twitter and Slack. Last week it reached the top 100 apps in the Itunes store. No easy feat. It’s also received a lot of major press coverage ranging from the New York Times to CBS News and WIRED. Social Networking

Ponzi's Coverage of Blogher.

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Technorati Tags: blogherPonzi has posted her coverage of the Blogher Conference.

Mouse Aerobics

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Technorati Tags: nptechIf you are working with people who have never used a computer, check out Mouse Aerobics.

N-TEN Webinar Tommorrow on Tagging

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Technorati Tags: nptech , net2 , taggingN-TEN is presenting a Webinar on Tagging tommorrow. Reserve your seat now! I just did. The informaton is here.

Yay!

SocialFish

Bmart points out that I am in the top five association blogs according to Technorati. Excuse me while I take thirty seconds to pat myself on the back. This blog will be one year old on August 21. So, I'm thinking that's not bad going :) Step 2: take over the world. Anything's possible!

The Hands That Created the Blogher Logo

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Technorati Tags: blogherLook at these gorgeous rings and bracelets, but more importantly these are the hands that created the Blogher Logo!

Swag/Flickr Photo Contest Mashup: I Love It!

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Technorati Tags: nptech Photo in flickr. Creative Commons is running a Flickr Contest encouraging people to use their photographic skills to support Creative Commons. The official rules are here. What a great idea!

Marc Canter: Spell My Name Correctly!

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Technorati Tags: lesblogs , backchannel , net2 , nptechHow Marc Canter deals with the backchannel: Just spell my name correctly! I can relate. My name is constantly mispelled. And here is a little context about why the Canter/Cantor/Kanter/Kantor name.

Comparing the Flickrs of Video.

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Technorati Tags: net2 , nptechI had been wondering what the selection of flickr like tools where you can share your videos was like. Here is a review/comparison from TechCrunch.

Net2 Case Studies and Logo.

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Technorati Tags: net2Looks like Netsquared is morphing before our eyes. Case study content is beginning to appear, some of it developed by fellow Boston area nptecher, Deborah Finn.

Attract Tech Volunteers To Your Nonprofit With These 5 Tips

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Image courtesy of Technorati. We all know nonprofits don’t have a huge budget for a full IT support staff, but some nonprofits look for volunteers to help keep the technology cranking. Techies are an interesting type of person–many intrigued by the challenge of being presented with a problem or something that does not work as well as it could, and being asked to fix or solve the issue.

Blogher T-Shirt Arrived: One Week To Go!

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Technorati Tags: blogherMy blogher t-shirt arrived with one week to spare! The text you can read says "Hat Tip" Alexandra Samuel. Here's the ordering information for how to get your blogher t-shirt and other items.

nptech + blogging = Great collection of posts and articles about nonprofit blogging

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Technorati Tags: nptech blogging. Want to find a good collection of posts and articles on nonprofit blogging? Want to add your own great posts on nonprofit blogging? Simply tag with nptech and blogging. Check it out. nonprofit

Add Your Cause-Related Blog to the List of Change

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Each blog's ranking is established by statistics: Technorati ranking, Technorati inbound blog links, Bloglines subscriptions, Alexa rank, Google pagerank, and Yahoo! Livingston Communications has launched a new ranked list of cause-related blogs called List of Change. If you are using your blog for social impact, you can submit your site to be included on the List by filling out this form.

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Why are CEOs Afraid of Going Social?

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This is from a post by Adi Gaskell on Technorati : Does it matter if CEOs tweet? The blogosphere is abuzz with the results of a new CEO.com survey which looked for social media accounts for all of the CEOs of the Fortune 500, and found that 70% of CEOs are not using social media.

6 Hashtag Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Probably Making

TechImpact

Image courtesy of Technorati. Social Media can be a fickle beast. What drew huge engagement one week, could fail to even spark a hint of interest the next. So what gives? It’s not your content. That’s been refined, edited twice, and is discussing a timely subject. It’s not the time when you submitted the tweet, blog post, or Facebook share. You’re posting based on a calculated system , when the social media network in question is most active.

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Jason's Job Widget and the Show Yourself Widget

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Technorati /kanter. Jason over at Democracy in Action has created a job posting widget ! Beth Kanter. Flickr /cambodia4kidsorg. Myspace /sharingfoundation. Linkedin /bethkanter. Twitter /kanter. YouTube /bethkanter. Skype /cambodia4kids. Get your own Widget. That's the show yourself widget via Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day with a hat tip to Stephen Downes. I'm so weak. Back to work

Why go to Face-to-Face Conferences? Inspiration!

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Technorati Tags: nptechI have to blog this: "The most underrated benefit of the face-to-face effect of conferences is INSPIRATION." " Kathy Sierra's post about the value of face-to-face interaction in the age of remote conference attendance.

So, You’re Thinking About Blogging? How To: Create a Blog for your Organization

Amy Sample Ward

Get data and information about the blogosphere from Technorati. Last year, I had the unique privilege to help facilitate The Local Philanthropy Workshop with the TechSoup Romania team. It was a lot of fun, and as much as I was asked to share some of my knowledge and ideas, I learned a great deal from the local participants. The social media/technology landscape in Romania is very interesting – with a diverse set of issues, struggles and opportunities.

Open Source Algorithm for Metric for understanding of blogs

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Mary Hodder's post Link Love Lost or How Social Gestures within Topic Groups are More Interesting Than Link Counts comes directly out of the discussion at blogher at the Technorati 100. Currently, blogs are measured in systems like Technorati or ranked in PubSub by links or by number of subscribers to a feed in Feedster. In Particular, the Technorati Top 100 is based purely on inbound links. Technorati Tags: blogher nptech

What blogs should your non-profit comment on?

John Haydon

Use Technorati to find the most popular blogs in your niche. Technorati will rank the results based on authority. Bloggers are out there right now talking about your cause. They might not be talking about your nonprofit, but they’re definately talking about your cause. For example, right now with wikileaks in the mainstream media, certain bloggers are writing about why free speech matters.

Live Blogging the Live Blogging Training Sessions

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Someone who used to work for Technorati told us a secret about using the Technorati tag - you don't have to link to them. Here's structure to avoid giving Technorati the link. This is Miriam ! We're starting with more extended introductions which I'm not going to capture, but suffice to say that I'm in the room with a lot of incredible women. There is a range of experience in the room in terms of live blogging. Live Blogging Tips.

Is this what Harry and Sara might do soon?

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Technorati Tags: nptech , nptechkids , net2Not too long ago, a researcher looking at early childhood and technology asked me for permission to include a reference to my post, " Mommy, what's a blog ?" " Today, I discovered the future: Miniscobleizer ! Thus inspired, I started a group on flickr called nptechkids.

Software Coding Bounties

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Technorati Tags: nptech , net2Via the 501-C3 Tech Club for Boston list, the Participatory Culture Foundation (Worcester, MA) has announced a new. website for listing free and open-source software coding. bounties: [link]. I couldn't find anyplace on the site defined what a software bounty is, but assuming from the listings it means getting paid for coding as opposed to coding for coding's sake.

Netsquared is Scobleized

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Technorati Tags: net2Here's Robert Scoble saying a few words during the Global s London Summit. He refers to that moment in a post about netsquared titled Making the World a Better Place Through Your Browser. And, here's an article from OpenDemocracy briefly touching on that moment.