#HOWTO: Tumblr & RSS Feeds – How Do They Work Together?

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Last week we promised to discuss the connection that can be made between your nonprofit’s Tumblr site and RSS Readers around the world. Thus far in this series we have focused on the Tumblr side of things, but today it might be of greater value to focus on RSS, what it is and how it can be used as a means to keep your audiences fully up-to-date with your work. The meaning of the acronym ‘ RSS ‘has been debated, but not hotly.

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#TECH: RSS Readers To Help Save Time & Sort Out News & Emails

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We continued our series on Tumblr yesterday with some guidance to get your nonprofit’s blog out via an RSS feed that allows people to subscribe to your site. The great aspect of setting an RSS feed for your organization’s blog is that you encourage people to subscribe to your feed, then outreach to your supporters is automatic. RSS remains one of the great untapped resources of the internet, despite the fact it has been around since the mid-1990s.

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According to the website, Futurity.org aggregates the best research news from a number of top universities (see image below for the list). But to find the hidden gems, you have to dig, be savvy and subscribe to a number of different RSS feeds, blogs and email lists. Collaboration + Aggregation. journalism aggregation collaboration Communication content content development Futurity.org government news reporting science Susannah Fox university Collaboration.

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A list of mobile apps that I use regularly

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Pulse: I use this aggregation app to catch up on news (both global, local and industry specific) based on sources which I spent some time pre-configuring. Flipboard: I use this app to display hashtag streams, RSS feeds and specific Twitter lists in a visual, mobile friendly manner. Yelp: Usually I will ask my client and/or some locals for dining recommendations, however occasionally if I have just landed I will resort to aggregate Yelp reviews.

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#SM4NP: Automate Your Google Searches To Follow Important Issues

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The alerts will arrive as a digest either to your GMail account (the default recipient) or you can have them sent to Google Reader, an RSS reader that monitors and aggregates news sources, blogs, and organizations that offer free subscriptions – a topic we shall cover later this week. Searching on Google is perhaps the single experience of the internet we all share.

#Interview: Mike Kujawski, VP at the Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing, Blogger & Speaker on Social Media

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Early on, people would leave multiple comments solely on the blog, but now it is aggregated, streamed and accessed by so many different sources. For example, through RSS , my blog content is pulled onto GOVLOOP (a social network for government) where government focused posts get much more discussion than on my actual blog. Mike Kujawski is Vice President of Strategic Marketing & Digital Engagement at the Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing ( CEPSM ).

U.S. gets a new President, White House launches new web site & blog…

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He understands the democratization of the web, the importance of citizen empowerment and the power of the individual (in aggregate) more than anyone. Of course, what kind of President would have a website without also having an Official Blog (complete with an RSS feed ), brilliantly launched and introduced during his swearing in. Being a Canadian, I can’t think of ever being so interested in and passionate about U.S politics as in the last 4 years; Clearly I’m not alone.

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a blog can be like a business lunch

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If this is true for your nonprofit, encourage these major stakeholders to subscribe to RSS or email feeds of your blog. o If you plan to post frequently on a number of topics that will not interest all stakeholders equally, consider a blogging platform that allows you to categorize posts and RSS feeds. Contributors may even go on to publish their own "spin off" blogs, all of which could be aggregated for the user.

Affordable New Tools and Strategies for Online Activism | Network for Good Learning Center - Learn how to raise money online for your nonprofit

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Reaching Activists via Their Preferred Platform Online organizers are facing a migration from email to social networks, instant messengers, RSS feeds, and SMS text messaging. The tool also aggregates the responses to your messages for easier management and allows for confidential forwarding of messages by your recipients. Tis the season for email marketing. We can help.

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