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It’s Time to Give for Change Every Day

November 23, 2010

You know what really bugs me about the holiday season? That we wait until it’s “the season of giving” to give a damn. Non-profits who serve the needy know that over the next few weeks they will suddenly see more interest in their work than at any other time of the year. They also know […]

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QR Codes – Inexpensive Fundraising for NPTech?

November 23, 2010

In this economy, not to mention at this time of year, a nonprofit really has to pull out all the stops in order to get noticed above all the others vying for support for their services. New York’s City Harvest is kicking off a  campaign that uses QR (Quick Response) codes on signage in phone […]

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Responsibility in Social Media and a Request

May 10, 2010

I’ve been very fortunate over the years to be able to do what I’m passionate about for a living. In the podcast last week with the Jennifer Lindsay we talked about the responsibility of those of us who have social capital and the knowledge to use social media to use it to help others. Whether […]

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#10NTC recap- You shoulda been there!

April 13, 2010

This is the second year I’ve attended the Nonprofit Technology Conference and I have to say it’s hands down the best conference I go to. Not only is it well organized and full of great presenters and speakers, the people that attend this event are just so inspiring. It’s always been a part of our […]

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Crowdsourcing #SOCIALMEDIA NONPROFIT tweet

April 4, 2010

Crowd sourcing is just an amazing way to get things done. When you can tap into the consciousness of hundreds or thousands of people at a time through social media remarkable things can happen. Send out the call and you can raise money in a disaster , true, but it’s not only money. People create […]

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Nattering on about nonprofits and social media

October 14, 2009

The NTEN conference was an amazing experience for me. Just after my Twitter session I ran into JD Lasica from Socialbrite.org and we talked a bit about Twitter for nonprofits. A shame that Tipjoy is shutting down, we liked them! Micro-funding and social media for nonprofits from JD Lasica on Vimeo.

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Blogging tool Zemanta steps up to the non-profit plate

April 9, 2009

Image via CrunchBase I signed up for Zemanta a while back because I liked their”Re-blog” feature. This allows other bloggers to quickly take a snippet of my blog post and add to it on their own blog. The service also offers the ability to insert links to posts on other blogs that have related content, […]

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