The Nonprofit Technology Conference continued to be awesome, judging by the Twitter stream! Here are some more fantastic, bite-sized bits of knowledge shared on Twitter from the event:
@jcbivins: Great advice // Stop doing things that don't work, stop doing things that don't make sense, stop. #12NTC
@silsen: Individuals represent 82% of all philanthropy. We need to put some responsibility for innovation in that camp. ~ @laagving2 #12ntc
@NicoleCOP: Brian Reich: I don't think innovation comes from organizations. Comes from individuals and ideas. #12ntc
@artezonline: "11% of all web traffic is currently mobile devices - your website is 'mobile' whether you like it or not" - @PayPalNonprofit #12ntc
@ntenhross: Every year, my convos at #12ntc help me rethink and reshape what @NTENorg can be. Thank you all.
@nativemedia: 90% of people that click "Like" on Facebook org pages, never visit the page they "Liked" again (b4 timeline) - @cariegrls #12NTCLike #12NTC
@SteveHeye: RT @VisionLink: "Behind every great organization, there is 1 central thought. that thought needs to be BIG, SIMPLE & TRUE" #12ntcMsg #12ntc
@CenterNonprof: Sometimes when you have silos you need a really big manure storage tank #12NTC #12NTCsynchro
@ericamills: Easy fix for synching communications: Media center with downloads of logos, key messaging, ppt templates, etc. #12ntc #12ntcsynchro
@Schipul: Words people like to click on in Facebook ads: cuddle, snuggle, thrill. Least: museum, statue, square, tree. #12NTC
@OnePercentFndn: The key to going viral on YouTube is to get 45,000 views in the first 12 hours and get people to comment, share, and favorite. #12ntc
@rizado: Take heed #12ntc RT @NathanFillion If you speak in acronyms and someone has to ask you what you mean, are you really saving any time?