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How to Get Your PSA on Hulu

Mission Minded

If you’re like us, you’re watching more and more television programming on the Internet via sites like Hulu, rather than traditional networks. And you’ve probably noticed that many of the advertisements — particularly for older programs — are from nonprofit organizations.

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Televised Social Networks

Social Marketing and Social Change

 The convergence of internet and television may have just happened. Tags: Social Media Social Networks Television Widget Channel

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Have you ever bought an auction “vacation package”?

Wild Woman Fundraising

Then Guy Debord has something to say to you. ” “meetings with celebrities” and suchlike. Me TOO.

Get Sponsored By Following the Lead of OK-GO and Others

Cause Related Marketing

The video was released to YouTube on Feb 5, 2012 and it has already passed 10 million views. These guys are both rock and roll and nerds.

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Developing a Modern Public Relations Strategy

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

You might actually be better served having your story told by a blogger who writes about your cause or your video shared on YouTube.

The Worst Cause Marketing of 2011

Cause Related Marketing

Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of the CSI franchise on television among many other production credits, personally made $113 million! was no better.)

5 Tips for Turning Small Change into Bigger Change

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

UNICEF makes the most of social media for the TOT campaign (blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube) and it encourages participants to share what they’re doing with their own networks. A guest post by Barbara Becker. My kids and I had tested out the fundraising project firsthand. Many families live day to day for meals. equalsho

Thoughts on working social media from April’s #SMBME

Fundraising Coach

Google owns YouTube. Print/radio/television are dying but they’re not dead. April’s Social Media Breakfast Maine was awesome.

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What’s Wrong With Reaching Out to Bloggers?

Wild Woman Fundraising

Are you a nonprofit marketing person, reaching out to influencers? Are you attempting to get some media coverage for your nonprofit? Utopia!

Social Media "Pioneers" Tell Why

Diva Marketing Blog

It''s pretty much like when television came in in the 1950s and NBC''s Sarnoff dreamed of opera for the masses. Ghostbusters. Some of the Whys.

Social issue documentaries: Building a movement

ImpactMax

The story broke in a community media blog and spread to every other media outlet in the region. hope that changes!).

#INTERVIEW: Chris Forbes, Co-Author of Guerilla Marketing for Nonprofits, Offers Great Advice to Groups

Non Profit Marketing 360

You can see how political movements and even a lot of today’s celebrities came up through YouTube. MKC: What drew you to the marketing field?

On Being A "Pro Blogger" -- Interview With Jane Genova

Diva Marketing Blog

Jane Genova : That’s a world very much like television.  353,000 in 31 seconds. Does any one do tip jars any more?  . And the beat goes on. .

10 Reasons Why You Should Take My Public Speaking Course

Selfish Giving

” This is changing as many people are exposed to more great public speaking at conferences, on Youtube and television and at the movies.

#INTERVIEW: Chris Forbes, Co-Author of Guerilla Marketing for Nonprofits, Offers Great Advice to Groups

Non Profit Marketing 360

You can see how political movements and even a lot of today’s celebrities came up through YouTube. MKC: What drew you to the marketing field?

Political Campaigns Have Changed the Way We Communicate

Social Marketing and Social Change

The platforms included YouTube, which did not exist in 2004, and the cellphone text messages that the campaign was sending out to supporters on Monday to remind them to vote. “The year campaigns leveraged the Internet in ways never imagined. The year we went to warp speed. More on social media and mobile thoughts.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televized

Marketing for Nonprofits

My hubbie brought home The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Democracy, the Internet, and the Overthrow of Everything , by Joe Trippi on Friday night and I can't put it down. Stop relying on traditional media to "televise" your revolution. Trippi, author and Dean's campaign manager for much of 2003 - 2004, is a TERRIFIC writer. Jocelyn.

Bridging the New Media Culture Chasm: Can Elephants Dance?

Social Marketing and Social Change

Maybe like testing television ads in the 1950s with radio audiences. In short, more reinforcement for reasons to not join the dance.