How one nonprofit’s Click to Donate fundraiser succeeded Imagine if making $5,000 for your nonprofit cause were as easy as clicking a button. This nonprofit did, and its cause went viral. The Hoshyar Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at educating girls in Pakistan, created an online presentation with software company Sliderocket, which with each view made a $1 donation up […]
Archives for March 2012
Education-focused social media conference comes to SF April 4 Editor’s note: Socialbrite attended last year’s edSocialMedia Bootcamp in San Francisco, and we’re media partners for the edSocialMedia Summit coming to Fort Mason in San Francisco on April 4. Get $50 off your admission by using discount code ‘Socialbrite.’ Target audience: Educators, students, nonprofits, foundations, social […]
Issues of storytelling, transparency & disclosure come to fore The big social media story of the year so far has been Invisible Children’s 30-minute film on Joseph Kony. I mean, you just couldn’t get away from it last week — 75 million views on YouTube and counting. I was fascinated, not so much by the […]
Over the past week, Beth Kanter and I have been busy converting her Facebook page over to the new Timeline format.
Two things I love about Beth:
• She’s not afraid to experiment (that’s probably a huge understatement).
Last week saw me start out at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and finish up at an event focusing on the use of text messaging in the nonprofit sector in London.
It was a busy week but two new resources were the end result.