Over the past four years, it's been my pleasure to shepherd the Small Act community...Read More
Google+, LinkedIn, and Tumblr are three sites organizations tend to put on the back burners of their social strategies, for a variety of reasons. But each has great potential.Read More
Check out this awesome new infographic from the RAD Campaign and craigconnects!Read More
To all our friends who will be attending the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference, We were really looking forward to seeing you, but unfortunately, some last-minute, unavoidable circumstances are preventing us from attending. We wish you all a great conference, and hope to have some great news to share with you soon!Read More
The Oscars broke Twitter this past Sunday, as Ellen took the "selfie heard 'round the world" (or at least the selfie that ended up being the most-retweeted image of all time).
There is much a nonprofit can learn about what happened with social media on Sunday...Read More
Our friend John Haydon shared this slide deck on Twitter, and I thought it was fantastic and everybody should see it. Check it out.Read More
It started with a video I saw posted on Twitter. In short, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon give each other crap, in a very entertaining fashion, as they explain a fundraiser that includes the opportunity to win a trip to hang out with them. I enjoyed the video, so I made a small donation to the cause. But then, it gets better. Earlier this week, I got the email below...Read More
Yesterday, Beth Kanter shared a fantastic series of resources on Facebook, and I wanted to pass it along here.Read More
Facebook turned 10 this week, as you may have noticed from the stream of personalized nostalgia videos that suddenly spawned on Facebook feeds like sea turtles hatching from a clutch of eggs.
Facebook hasn't exactly been kind to nonprofits of late, but that's no reason to give up on the platform completely. After all, adult usage of Facebook is growing.
Here are some helpful how-tos to aide your nonprofit Facebook strategy...Read More
Finding compelling photos to accompany your blog posts and e-newsletters can be a real struggle. Fortunately, there's a new site that offers free, beautiful images that are public domain - which means they don't even require attribution to use.Read More