The highlight of last month’s Nonprofit Technology Conference in Washington, D.C., for me came when Ramya Raghavan, YouTube’s News and Politics Manager, detailed all the programs and services that YouTube provides for the nonprofit community. At NTC, Google announced that nonprofits no longer needed to apply to each program individually — now an all-in-one application […]
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Perhaps the most anticipated keynote at last week’s Where 2.0 conference in California’s Silicon Valley came from D.J. Patil, the former chief scientist of LinkedIn who is now chief product officer of the hot Silicon Valley startup Color, which recently raked in $41 million in venture backing.
Last week I presented at the NCTech4Good conference here in North Carolina. Our session, “Mobile for Today’s Nonprofits,” was a combination of recent discussions held at last month’s NTEN conference on the big four of mobile as well as an overview of findings from our recently published whitepaper on consumers’ use of smartphones titled, “A Mobile World: How supporters are using their smartphones, and why you should care.”
Have you considered asking the community to support your new enterprise? Target audience: Social enterprises, nonprofits, volunteer groups, sustainable businesses, community organizations. Guest post by Kerry Given Green Marketing TV Finding funding can be one of the biggest challenges for social entrepreneurs. Fortunately, there is a growing number of options for social entrepreneurs and […]
Get Heard: Using Online Tools to inspire Volunteers and Donors View more presentations from erikmintz It’s more important than ever to get face to face with your community Guest post by Erik Mintz Director of Event Marketing, Constant Contact During a presentation last month at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Washington, D.C., called Get Heard: […]