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HOW TO: Create Videos for Your Nonprofit Without a Video Camera, a Budget of $0, and Little-to-No Tech Skills

October 1, 2009
Animoto is a service that allows you to create videos about your nonprofit using a selection of your organization’s best photos. Within a few minutes and a couple of clicks, your nonprofit could have a new promotional video that you can use on your Web site, your

Five Things Your Nonprofit Needs to Know About Web 2.0 Donors

September 17, 2009
Over the last few years we’ve heard a lot of discussion about nonprofits and their use “Web 2.0” and social media. Much of the focus has been on the fundraising tools themselves … What are they? How do they work? Do they work? But very little analysis

Five Most Common Mistakes Made by Nonprofit Admins on Facebook

September 1, 2009
As I was browsing through numerous nonprofit Facebook Pages today, I was quite surprised to see that many nonprofits still really don’t understand the Facebook Page tool set. Here are five of the most common mistakes being made by Nonprofit Admins that I saw today on Facebook:

10 Insights Gained from Spending 7,280 Hours on Social Media Websites

September 1, 2009
This week marks my 3 and half year anniversary of launching the Nonprofit Organizations MySpace. That decision changed the course of my life and my career. Today, I now also run “Nonprofit Organizations” profiles on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, FriendFeed, and LinkedIn, and my business has done

Celebs, Rock Stars and Nonprofits Are Not Friends (or Friendly) on Facebook, MySpace or Twitter!

August 30, 2009
MySpace is the social networking site to all things pop culture. Launched originally as a social network for bands and musicians, there are now over 8,000,000 Music profiles on MySpace. I use MySpace to check out and find new music, but I mostly use it to promote