Sharing with your audience on multiple levels is key Post by Teddy Hunt Target audience: Nonprofits, cause organizations, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, marketers, managers, general public. Nonprofit organizations have to reach their audiences effectively in order to find supporters and donors for the cause at hand. Social media offers nonprofits the very … [Read more...] about How nonprofits can extend their reach & build community
Photo by laubarnes on Flickr Guest post by Sarah Robinson Fierce Loyalty The strategies and approaches for community building are changing. And gaining fierce loyalty from your community is becoming increasingly difficult. There is just so much out there competing for the attention and heart of your members that doing things the same way you’ve always done them will … [Read more...] about 7 ways to create a fiercely loyal nonprofit community
Image on BigStockPhoto by David523 Or, why your organization needs a content marketing strategy Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, cause organizations, businesses, Web publishers, educators, journalists. [author]You understand that there’s more to engagement than simple small talk. You also understand that when folks are truly engaged, … [Read more...] about Are you building an engaged community with content?
[author]Anyone who reads the Kiwanja.net blog, or who follows our work with FrontlineSMS, will know there are two main themes that run throughout our work. First, how do we lower the barriers to entry for NGOs looking to deploy mobile technology in their work? And second, how do we help share information about what mobile means in the developing world to the widest possible … [Read more...] about Social mobile meets Facebook
Where are the best sites for people to stimulate debate around mobile technology? [author]The other week I wrote a post on the difficulties of running a "mobile for development" - or m4d - project. I tried to make it challenging, and was hoping to stir up some discussion around the merits of mobile-initiated development projects versus development-initiated mobile … [Read more...] about Mobile community: The holy grail of m4d?