MycroBurst offers readers special discount to try out service Target audience: Nonprofits, social enterprises, foundations, NGOs, cause organizations, startups. When I was at BlogWorld Expo in New York earlier this month, I spent quite a bit of time walking around the exhibit hall. One of the companies I came across was MycroBurst, a marketplace that […]
I‘ve been impressed every time I’ve stopped by VolunteerSpot, a tool that makes it easy for anyone to coordinate and organize volunteers. At BlogWorld Expo, I got to chat with founder Karen Bantuveris shortly after she appeared on a panel about fueling real world action through social media. “Just by making it easier to volunteer,” […]
Most nonprofits and cause organizations look at Twitter as a key ingredient of their social media strategy. But Twitter offers a number of other opportunities for collaboration to advance the social good — many of which you may not know about.
George Weiner, CTO of DoSomething, during our panel When you moderate a panel at BlogWorld Expo, ironically, sometimes you’re the last person to blog about it. Such is the case with the Oct. 16 “Mobilizing your social network” panel with this all-star lineup: Andres Glusman of Meetup.com, Justin Perkins of Care2, George Weiner of […]
Mobilizing your social network View more presentations from JD Lasica. Can individuals and organizations mobilize their online social networks to advance the social good and create meaningful change? In his Oct. 4 article in the New Yorker, author Malcolm Gladwell argues no. The revolution will not be tweeted, he says. “We seem to have forgotten […]