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  • AIMS event - Building Online Communities

    Lori Halley 30 April 2007 0 comments
    This past Wednesday, I attended the Association of Internet Marketing and Sales of Canada event on “ Building Online Community ”. It had a good line-up of speakers featuring Robert V. Kozinets , Assistant professor at the Kellogg School of Business...
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  • Making people jump through (registration) hoops is a bad idea

    Dmitriy Buterin 30 April 2007 0 comments
    Here is a short tale of how I was made to jump through many hoops for a very simple transaction - and what it reminded me of regarding some online event registration quirks. I was at a Chinese restaurant on Saturday - pretty upscale one, called Asian...
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  • Nonprofits should take advantage of RSS

    Lori Halley 25 April 2007 7 comments
    One of my favorite things about Web 2.0 tools is that they help me make sense of the enormous amount of information, blogs and news available on the web. Instead of going to 10 or 20 websites and typing their addresses or even going through my bookmarks,...
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  • What are the Barriers to Using Flickr in Your Nonprofit?

    Lori Halley 24 April 2007 5 comments
    We received the following comment in response to a recent post about “ Five ways nonprofits can use Flickr to reach new audiences”: "You're right, Flickr has a ton of potential for all kinds of cool social applications for clubs, charities and associations....
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  • Five Ways Nonprofits Can Use Flickr to Reach New Audiences

    Lori Halley 20 April 2007 11 comments
    A couple of weeks ago, I attended a Flickr session at the Non-Profit Technology Conference . A common question asked was “How can we use Flickr to reach new audiences?” A lot of nonprofits have started using Flickr to increase their visibility online....
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  • Online Membership Management Demands Simplicity too!

    Lori Halley 18 April 2007 0 comments
    While going through my RSS feeds, I came across an article by Gerry McGovern that reflects a key aspect in Wild Apricot - Ease of Use. It is an excellent post on the significance of simplicity and usability on the web. The article is titled "Easy to...
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  • Highlights from the 2007 Nonprofit Technology Conference

    Lori Halley 12 April 2007 3 comments
    I had a great time at the Nonprofit Technology Conference last week. This was my first year at the conference, and it was impressive. The conference provided me with many insights and ideas. I met a lot of people and the sessions were very informative....
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  • Wild Apricot release 2.16 - CSS, email customization and more

    Lori Halley 10 April 2007 0 comments
    We are pleased to announce the release of our Wild Apricot 2.16 (our 16th update since July 2006). Key new features and enhancements include: CSS Customization One significant enhancement - frequently requested by tech-savvy users - is CSS Customization...
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  • Non-profit Leadership

    Lori Halley 09 April 2007 0 comments
    The job of a non-profit leader involves juggling a multitude of tasks and new skills are always needed Copyright, Grantland Enterprises; www.grantland.net . Used with permission. May not be reproduced in any format.
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  • What Every Smart Non Profit Needs to Know

    Lori Halley 05 April 2007 1 comments
    While I was browsing through some posts in Seth Godin's blog , I found an interesting cheat sheet called What Every Smart Non Profit Needs to Know . Produced by Seth Godin, it's an easy-to-read PDF file that lists six free things nonprofits can do...
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  • Tips for Attending Conferences Part II

    Lori Halley 02 April 2007 0 comments
    In the first part of this series , I covered a few tips on attending conferences. In this closing post on getting the most out of conferences, we'll share some helpful tips for conference speakers and presenters. So if you have been selected or volunteered...
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