Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Lindsay Nichols

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

8:00 am – 10:00 am: As soon as I get in (usually around 8 am), I log on to Hootsuite, Outlook, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, our internal communications portal called The Front Porch, our blog, and Spotify. On this particular day that included editing a document that a colleague sent to me that she wanted to post to our internal communications portal. I then helped her post it to the portal. I wrote several colleagues to discuss messaging for our new APIs.

The Rise of OpenGood


In addition, friend Marc Drapeau recently wrote a fascinating piece on Open Government Entrepreneurship and the National Library of Medicine launched their new API portal. In honor of #SocialGood Day, I wrote a post for the IQ Solutions blog reflecting on the TEDxChange event and calling for #OpenGood. Disclosure: IQ Solutions is my employer.)

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#SocialNetworks: Set Up & Take Advantage Of Google+

Non Profit Marketing 360

For a tour of nonprofit sites already on Google+, visit this portal to get some great ideas. Moreover, Google is establishing the connective technologies and APIs that will allow you to update your nonprofit’s page through such third-party platforms as HootSuite and BuddyMedia and Vitrue that your organization may already be using. Setup takes seconds.

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DevDay for Nonprofits


4H Club My4H Resource Portal: Advanced Engagement Tracking using Events. Do more with the Convio API using luminateExtend.js. Drupal migration magic with the Migrate API. If you are a nonprofit techie based in DC or will be attending the Bridge Conference August 1 st at the National Harbor then you should definitely check out DevDay.

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My daughter doesn’t talk on the phone


You can also create a donation tab which enables people to enter their credit cards within Facebook and send the info via an API into Convio or another tool.). This study reviews what NFG learned from $381 million in online donations made through the Network for Good system, which powers charity Web pages; portals where donors can find charities, such as,, or; and for social media sites such as Facebook Causes and