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11 Website Design Best Practices for Nonprofits

October 31, 2011
The following is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of the newly released book Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits. These best practices serve as a foundation for upgrading your website to be compatible with the Social Web and are then elaborated upon in

Support [Your Organization] on Valley Gives Day on December 10, 2014

October 30, 2011
is one of the hundreds of nonprofits participating in the third  annual Valley Gives Day scheduled for December 10, 2014. Valley Gives Day is an innovative online fundraising event that encourages individuals to donate as much money as possible in support of their favorite charities in just twenty-four hours. Throughout

Nine Holiday Card Programs That Benefit Nonprofits

October 30, 2011
This holiday season your friends, family, clients, work colleagues, and major donors will likely be deluged with hundreds of tweets, status updates, and emails wishing them “Happy Holidays!” That’s the Web we all now live and work by, but this year a good old-fashioned holiday greeting with

11 Must-Follow Nonprofits On Tumblr

October 24, 2011
Defying its name, Tumblr user growth has accelerated dramatically in 2011 (up 218% over last year) and the eleven nonprofits listed below are paving the way for early adoption in the nonprofit sector. Part-blogging, part-social networking community, Tumblr makes an interesting choice for blogs that are specific

Four Reasons Why Nonprofits Should Follow More on Twitter

October 10, 2011
How nonprofits choose to follow on Twitter varies widely. Some nonprofits only follow a small of amount of Twitterers, others follow hundreds or thousands, and a few follow more (sometimes a lot more) than they are being followed themselves. However, from browsing more than 80,000 nonprofits on

Nonprofits Can Now Post Status Updates from LinkedIn Company Pages

October 7, 2011
At the beginning of my webinar on Twitter and LinkedIn I always poll attendees on whether they have found and claimed their nonprofit’s Company Page on LinkedIn. The answer usually hovers around a resounding 90%… “No.” The vast majority of nonprofits have not claimed or even know
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