Social Media or Web 2.0
5 Smartphone Apps for Nonprofits
Are you using your smartphone to the max? Here are apps that will make your nonprofit tasks easier.
The Wild Woman's Guide to Social Media - a Review
If you want a book about social media that easy to read and that provides advice you can implement today, Mazarine's book is for you.
Measuring the Networked Nonprofit - a Review
Measuring the Networked Nonprofit is the blueprint that will take your organization from just flailing around to fully focused.
Google+ for Nonprofits - A Review
Google+ is hot. This book is one of the first to focus on that social network and how nonprofits can use it as part of their social media mix.
QR Codes for Dummies - a Review
The use of QR Codes has outstripped the public's understanding of them. Joe Waters' new book explains QR Codes and how they can be used in marketing as well as personally.
Getting Started with Social Media: Where Do Nonprofits Begin?
Confused about where to start with social media for your nonprofit? Here are a few starting points.
Twitter for Good - How Nonprofits Can Tweet for Friends and Donors
Looking for ways your nonprofit can use Twitter? Twitter for Good has the tips and the examples that will help you get started or do it better.
Social sites are about relationship building and it is harder than it looks....
Is your charity still struggling just to create a presence on social media? Here are some tips to make it easier.
Social Media For Nonprofits: The Dos and Don'ts of Sharing
How much should a nonprofit share on social networks? And how much is too much?
7 Easy Ways to Promote Your Nonprofit Facebook Page
There are a jillion ways to promote your nonprofit's Facebook page. Here are a few of them.
The Lazy Person's Guide to More Social Media Action
How do you organize your social media activities? Here are some of my favorite tools and ways to keep up with it all.
How to Manage Social Media for Your Nonprofit
Are you overwhelmed with the management of multiple social media sites for your nonprofit? Here are the tools that will keep you cool and in charge.
Why Your Nonprofit Should Be on Facebook
Wondering if Facebook is really worth the effort is now old school. This social networking giant is a fixture now, and nonprofits must have a presence.
How to Market Your Nonprofit on YouTube
People don't read like they used to. That's why they are all over YouTube. But your nonprofit can ride the wave of video with these tips.
Social Change Any Time Everywhere - A Review
This book is a cookbook for multichannel campaigns that you'll reach for again and again. Basic principles undergird the tactics and strategies, while examples of small and large organizations creating social change inspire.
How to Use Social Media to Win More Grants
Did you know that social media can even help grant writers? The world of grants is changing rapidly and social media is important for a nonprofit's visibility and to find those new fangled grants.
How Alex's Lemonade Stand Invites Supporters to Engage Through Social Media
As much as professionals in the nonprofit community love to talk about social media, it is important to remember that the general pulic is not made up of experts or even dedicated users of social media. This is something that Melissa Jones, Social Media Specialist for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer, understands to the core.
Should Your Nonprofit Be On LinkedIn?
LinkedIn is a great social network for nonprofits. They can connect with other professionals, with potential donors, and scoop up a lot of information.
How Do You Manage Your Social Media?
How do you manage your social media? We all have unique situations and time restraints. How do you handle yours?
Twitter Tips for Nonprofit Tweeple ... People
Don't think you'll reach donors on Twitter? Maybe not, but there is a rich nonprofit community on Twitter that you can learn from.
What Smartphone Apps Do You Use in Your Nonprofit Work?
Do you use mobile apps to help you in your nonprofit tasks? Tell us your favorites.
Story-Telling for the Nonprofit: How to Dramatize Your Cause
We all know that story-telling is crucial to getting our nonprofit messages across to the public and supporters. In Mobilizing Generation 2.0: A Practical Guide to Using Web 2.0, contributor Jonah Sachs elaborates on why story-telling is so crucial and how to do it effectively. His tips work especially well with youthful audiences but they also work with any age. Everyone responds to a story, well told.
How Nonprofits Use Social Networking
For an idea of how other nonprofits use social media and social networking, see the results of this survey.
The Young Are Wired for Social Media: Is Your Nonprofit?
The young are fluent in social media. Is your nonprofit?
Facebook Marketing For Dummies - a Review
Even though social media changes quickly, this book is a good start for any nonprofit that wants to set up a Page on Facebook.
Tips for Using LinkedIn for Nonprofits
It is just like people on LinkedIn to be so generous. I asked people in a nonprofit group to share their best tips and they did.
Is Your Nonprofit Online Brand Engaging or Just a Pretty Face?
Branding your nonprofit these days is all about engagement, not just logos and pretty websites.
Do You Use LinkedIn for Your Nonprofit? - Love or Hate LinkedIn?
Do you use LinkedIn for your nonprofit? Tell us why and what you like or dislike about LinkedIn
Social Media for Nonprofits: Don't Wait, Jump In
So, what are social media? The characteristic that most applies to social media is the ability to "upload." That is, individuals (formerly the audience) are now providing content by uploading information for all to see.
Mobile Giving - How to Make it Work for Your Nonprofit
Mobile giving, the act of donating to a cause through oneÂ’s cell phone, is the newest thing in philanthropy. Learn what it is and how you can make it work for your nonprofit.