Today my Socialbrite partner Shonali Burke and I are giving a presentation to NGOs (nongovernmental organizations) at the United Nations.
Back in November, an invitation flew into our laps from Amine Lamrabat of the Civil Society and Outreach Unit (CSOU), Division for Social Policy and Development (DSPD), Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA). By gosh, when it comes to acronyms, nobody beats the UN! Continue reading
By now you’re probably aware that your personal Facebook profile has been upgraded to the new Timeline layout, which features a large image, or cover, at the very top.
Nonprofits and organizations don’t yet have the ability to create their own Timeline or use the new layout features — but their supporters can. Continue reading
You’ve started a blog for your nonprofit, NGO, social enterprise or green business and included examples of your organization’s sustainability initiatives. You’ve highlighted your efforts to reduce your carbon footprint and green your supply chain in your marketing collateral. You’ve created guides for your customers of how to be environmentally conscious with your product. Continue reading
They say a picture paints a thousand words, and that may be the case. But if they cost the earth or you don’t have permission to use them, they end up painting nothing much at all. Continue reading
Image by krishnacreations for Big Stock Advice on the approaches to live streaming for your nonprofit and the most popular tools to use Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, businesses, brands, cause organizations, event planners, technology managers, individuals. Guest post by Christina Johns Director of New Media, International Fellowship of Christians and Jews Live streaming is an area of new media getting … Continue reading
Website, email newsletter and Facebook Page head the list for US nonprofits It seems that many nonprofits have their priorities in order for 2012. According to the 2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report from Kivi Leroux Miller, they are putting their website as a top priority, followed by email marketing, then Facebook. This makes sense when you remember that: Your website … Continue reading