Monthly Archive: May 2013

How Social and Mobile Media is Changing Nonprofit Print Design

Over the last two months I have opened more than 200 pieces of nonprofit print materials and 95% of them are in the same format and structure of those that I was writing and publishing  in the late 1990’s. Like press releases, print fundraising appeals and newsletters

33 Must-Read Updates to Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits was released in August 2011 and despite the rapid change occurring on the Social and Mobile Web, 90% of the content still rings true. The functionality of the tools discussedhave changed slightly, dimensions have been tweaked, and Google+

HOW TO: Add YouTube’s New InVideo Programming to Your Nonprofit’s Videos

Seemingly less than 1% of nonprofit have upgraded to YouTube’s new One Channel design, but even fewer appear to be utilizing YouTube’s new InVideo Programming option. If you haven’t spent any time recently exploring YouTube’s enhanced tool set, I’d highly recommend that you set aside an hour

HOW TO: Merge Your Nonprofit’s YouTube Channel and Google+ Page

Google’s strategy of making Google+ the thread that links all Google Products together is working. Google+ can now lay claim to 359 million active monthly users and the title of being the world’s second largest social network. If your nonprofit uses Gmail, Search, YouTube, Maps, etc., then you