fotomica/Shutterstock / Park Guell, Barcelona It’s the Friday Edit, aka, things I’ve been reading or watching around the web that I found interesting, useful, or downright funny. I hope you enjoy them, too. I have to start with the funny because, well, it’s needed this week! I saw this movie trailer for NGO – Nothing Going On from Poverty […]
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Photo courtesy of Shutterstock ‘Tis the season for holiday gift exchanges and Secret Santas at the office. If you’re anything like me, picking out the perfect gift can seem daunting amidst the stress of nonprofit year-end donation season, end-of-quarter board meetings, personal travel plans, and other gifts to sort out for friends and family. […]
As a follow-up to my post on Periscope for Nonprofits: A Quick Guide & Review, I gave a video interview last week with Stephen Shattuck from Bloomerang. The interview covers how nonprofits can leverage Periscope – Twiiter’s new live streaming mobile app – to better reach and communicate with their supporters and donors. I’ve been getting […]
SourceRise connects journalists and bloggers to sources at international NGOs and nonprofits in an effort to diversify the voices represented in the news and to increase the number of well researched, compelling development and foreign news stories in traditional media.
One of the things we often hear from nonprofits and social enterprises is: How do I manage the torrent of social media conversations coming at me?
The answer used to be: Painstakingly and one conversation at a time. But a new crop of social media tools aims to tamp down the social media gusher by letting you update, monitor, manage and maintain several communication outlets at once.