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  • Twitter Lists 101

    Lori Halley 16 October 2009 18 comments
    Okay, yes, Twitter did ask its beta testers not to tweet about the new Lists feature just yet... but who really expects to keep a secret on Twitter? The news is already widespread online - so let's go ahead and take a look at Twitter Lists, how they work, and what they can do for you.
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  • Yes, Blog Action Day is Kind of a Big Deal - What Can Your Nonprofit Learn from #BAD09?

    Lori Halley 15 October 2009 4 comments
    Blog Action Day started in 2007 as the initiative of just two people. Look how it’s grown! This year, some 9,400 blogs in 150 countries are spreading the word about climate change to almost 13 million readers. There are good lessons and ideas here for even the smallest nonprofit organization.
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  • Can You Tell Your Nonprofit's Story in 5 Photos?

    Lori Halley 12 October 2009 1 comments
    TechSoup’s Digital Storytelling Challenge offers a chance for your photos and videos to win cool prizes for your organization, ranging from a Flip video camera to Adobe software. This contest is wide open to all — submissions are welcomed from the...
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  • Multiple RSS Feeds on Multiple Facebook Pages

    Lori Halley 25 September 2009 2 comments
    We’ve talked recently about how to publish your Twitter updates to Facebook Page or personal Profile page. Now here’s a new Facebook application that can take your RSS-to-Facebook to a whole new level. Do you want to post the content from several different...
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  • Non-profit Website or Non-profit Blog?

    Lori Halley 23 September 2009 9 comments
    Think a blog is just another name for a online journal, not really suitable for a serious non-profit organization? Think again! A blog can be whatever you want it to be. In fact, the main differences between a website and a blog are in the technology behind the scenes, and how your visitors interact with your content.
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  • Topic-Based RSS Search LazyFeed Opens to the Public

    Lori Halley 26 August 2009 2 comments
    LazyFeed is a new RSS feed engine based on topics, not sources or individuals, that offers a new way to find information online blogs, news services, podcasts, social media updates, and so on — content from any site that publishes an RSS feed. The...
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  • Twitter + Flickr = Twitterfountain

    Lori Halley 14 August 2009 3 comments
    Engage your audiences, help supporters of your non-profit keep up with any tagged topic on Twitter and Flickr, or publicize your event with a custom Twitterfountain , a nifty new mashup you can embed on your blog or website — Have you ever wanted to...
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  • 100 Online Tools for Non-Profits

    Lori Halley 05 August 2009 39 comments
    Tight in the budget and short on staff, non-profits are always on the lookout for new ways to get things done — and the Internet is a real treasure trove of useful tools. Here are 100 different applications to help you out with a variety of tasks from project tracking and collaboration to donor and membership management, and from building your non-profit website to tracking its effectiveness.
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  • SociafyQ - Free Social Media Tracking and Analytics

    Lori Halley 23 May 2009 4 comments
    By now, even your grandmother knows social media is hot, but what’s the ROI on that social networking? Even for nonprofits on a tight budget, there are plenty of good monitoring tools. But what if you could track stats for all your major networks - free - from your desktop or home page, without giving out your passwords? SociafyQ is designed to do just that.
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  • Social Media for Non-Profits: 26 Great Slideshare Presentations You Can Use

    Lori Halley 12 May 2009 20 comments
    Great new presentations on social media are coming out almost daily, and many are directed specifically to the needs of non-profits. But it can be time-consuming to search out those that are up-to-date, actionable, and appropriate to nonprofits. Here's a hand-picked selection of slideshow presentations to get you started.
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  • Animoto Gives Free Pro Accounts to Non-Profits and Causes

    Lori Halley 10 May 2009 4 comments
    Animoto is quite possibly the easiest way to turn your photos and music into a dynamic, DVD-quality video without special skills or expensive technology. Last year, the video creation platform gave free pro accounts to educators - now, "Animoto for a Cause" offers free all-access pro accounts to "organizations and people who are working toward improving their community and the world at large."
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  • What Else Can We Talk About? 10 Years Since The Cluetrain Manifesto

    Lori Halley 28 April 2009 4 comments
    Ten years ago, Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls, and David Weinberger laid out 95 principles for communicating with customers online. The Cluetrain Manifesto , sounded a visionary wake-up call that the Internet would change — was already...
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  • Faith Online: How Christians and Churches are using Web 2.0 Technology

    Lori Halley 06 April 2009 4 comments
    Technology already plays a significant role in many North American churches, and to expand a church's ministry to the Internet is not a great leap. "The internet is a mission field," says John Saddington of ChurchCrunch, "and sometimes it's easier to be effective if you see it as one."
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  • 12+ Great Ways to Share Your Non-Profit's Knowledge Online

    Lori Halley 03 April 2009 3 comments
    Collecting information is a large part of what many non-profit organizations do as a part of their mission. When you need to share that information online, PDF format leaps to mind. But aren’t you just a bit bored by PDFs? Your audience, too, may be looking for something fresh.
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  • How Memes Can Help Your Nonprofit Blog

    Lori Halley 19 March 2009 4 comments
    When the venerable Fieldstone Alliance surprised its readers this week with 25 Random Things that Make the Nonprofit Sector Great , picking up on a popular fad that’s been making the rounds of Facebook, it was a strong hint to take a closer look at...
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