#SOCIALNETWORKS: Let Flickr Tell Your Nonprofit’s Story As It Happens

Non Profit Marketing 360

One of the best ways to share that story is through Flickr. Flickr was launched in 2004 and then was bought up by Yahoo! Google+, or Facebook account (although there is no small controversy about whether such integration is good for Flickr itself). Flickr teams with Pinterest, releases share button for proper photo attribution (venturebeat.com). A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words.

#How-To: Is The World Ready For Google+ (‘Google Plus’)? You Can Be.

Non Profit Marketing 360

You can also create links to your Twitter , Flickr , LinkedIn, Quora , etc., Communications How-to Marketing Social Media Technology Web and Print communication Facebook Flickr GMail Google Google Profile Online Communities Quora Social network TwitterWere you invited?

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How Nonprofit Communicators Spend Their Time (Infographic) #NPCOMM2017

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here’s the big original file on Flickr where you can pick the size you want and here’s the link on Pinterest. Do you wonder if other nonprofit communicators are spending as much time on certain tasks as you?

2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Full-Size Infographic on Flickr. It’s here! We’ve officially released the 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report and infographic. We’ll be sharing more details from the report on the blog in the coming weeks, but wanted you to get access to the goods right away.

Frustrated with Flickr

Marketing for Nonprofits

I LOVE FLICKR. I LOVE MANY OF THE AMAZING PHOTOS ON FLICKR. I GO TO FLICKR ALL THE TIME FOR INSPIRATION but for the life of me I can't figure out the copyright rules. Here's my beef. I know. The rules are listed here. But what exactly do they mean? Can I cut and paste any photo I see as long as I acknowledge the photographer or is sharing only approved for photos under Creative Commons license? I'd appreciate any feedback.

It's Not Just How You Say It, But Where And When

Social Media Bird Brain

By Yevy Photography, on Flickr Communication is a word we use a lot in social media because that is what social media is about: creating a relationship with others by communicating with them. But how is communication defined as a strategy? ONE is an international NGO whose mission is to end extreme poverty by 2030. In a recent article for Stanford''s Social Innovation Review, Jamie Drummond.

Data Driven Campaigns Can Help Small Nonprofits

Social Media Bird Brain

graphic via Robert Kirrily on Flickr I really dislike numbers, but sometimes it can't be helped. SSIR has a good article about learning from Obama's data-driven campaigns. They make it about measurement, but I make it about reach. Here's the gist of it: Target your audience for the best returns on your outreach. Example: Obama's campaign focused on buying ads in places where they could. data segment research measurement targeting Small nonprofit outreach

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More Than Words: Why Visuals Are Critical in Pitching Your Story

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The photo-sharing site Flickr has a rich library of Creative Commons licensed photos, many of which you can use with nothing more than attribution. photo by: Thibault Martin-Lagardette/Flickr. Peter Panepento.

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Your Small Nonprofit's Infographics

Social Media Bird Brain

image via Flickr We all know that infographics have become a big deal - quite a great visual way to breakdown data for your audience, pleasing both those who like data and those who like visuals. By breaking up your infographic into smaller pieces, you can also orient them specifically to segments of your community, too. Take a look at this set of guidelines from Nonprofit Tech for Good and. Beth Kanter infographics nonprofit tech for good small NGO Small nonprofit

Pinterest Primer for Nonprofits


Flickr: stevegarfield. My name is Gayle Thorsen…and I’m a Pinterest addict. Me and 21 million other users, more and more of whom are nonprofit organizations.

Is Social Media Necessary? Sufficient? Myth-Busting Monday

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Facebook unique visitations can be measured in the millions, while unique visitors to Twitter, Flickr, etc., The energies of advertisers, politicians, and fundraisers have been focussed on social media for the last five to seven years. And largely for good reason.

What to do when someone wants to “Pick Your Brain”?

Wild Woman Fundraising

Red Flag, by RVW on Flickr. advice advice to consultants avoid wasting time in meetings flickr mazarine treyz mobile giving networking meetings red flag time-wasters volunteering your timeHave you ever met someone who wanted to “Pick your brain&# ? How did you respond to them?

#Development: Listening To Social Networks An Important Investment Too

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Click to enlarge (posted on Flickr). Advertising Advice Blogs Campaigns Case Study Cause Marketing Communications Community Fundraising Marketing Marketing Budget Marketing Skills Measurement Nonprofit Public Relations Site Administration Social Media Beth Kanter communication design Facebook Flickr Marketing and Advertising Non-profit organization Online Communities Tumblr web 2.0 The field got built only after Ray listened.

Reader Questions: Are you being bullied at work? What can you do?

Wild Woman Fundraising

by Flickr photographer Cortnee B. From Flickr photographer KK+. Flickr image: Mujalifah. By Flickr Photographer Grumpy Puddin. Recently, a reader wrote to me and asked if I could give her some tips about bullying, for a friend.

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6 Ways to Train All-Org Messengers

Getting Attention

Flickr: Chip Griffin. The pressure is on to connect and mobilize your people as the world in which we work grows increasingly complex, crowded, and uncertain. Why not recruit folks already connected with your organization to help as marketing and fundraising ambassadors?

Ep206: 98% of Corporate Sustainability Programs Fail. 4 Proven Ways to Boost the Success Rate

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Photo via KT on Flickr.

Who Comes Next?

Social Media Bird Brain

Tags: Web Blogger Flickr social media Google Docs Volunteering Twitter WordPress TypePad nonprofits

What Do You Mean, "We"?

Social Media Bird Brain

Tags: social networking volunteers Flickr social media Twitter nonprofits

7 Free Tools to Improve Your Nonprofit Marketing

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You get results from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Vine, Google Plus and Flickr. Billy Attar. We know you guys love your nonprofit marketing tools – especially when they are free! Billy Attar of Pipl is here today to share some tools we haven’t even heard of.

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The 5 Things You Need In Your Nonprofit’s Online Newsroom

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They also include a photo library (or a link to a Flickr page) and make the images in that library available to media organizations. Photo by Jurg Vollmer.

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New Ideas in NGO Structure - The Participation Nonprofit

Social Media Bird Brain

Via Flickr Robert Shiller, who is an economics prof at Yale, recently wrote a NYT article called "How Donors Give More When They Feel a Sense of Belonging." Within the article he posits a new form of nonprofit, the participation nonprofit. Rather than request donations, it would sell shares in the nonprofit, though how the valuation would be calculated, I don''t know. Shareholders would. co-opts NGO nontraditional participation shareholders shares small nonprofits

What’s Happening this March?


flickr credit: eaglegrl76. Spring is in the air… Well, almost. Here’s a look at some of the top social change events happening this month. Where do you go for your inspiration? March Events. Observances. National Nutrition Month. March 2011, [U.S. Health Observance].

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Nonprofit Comms Team Size, Budget and Salary [Infographic] #NPCOMM2017

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Here’s the Team Size Infographic on Flickr | Here’s the Team Size Infographic on Pinterest. The 2017 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report is officially available! We have so much to share that we are doing three infographics. Here’s the first on team staffing, budgets, and salaries. We’ll share another next week. Thanks so much to everyone who participated in the survey and special thanks to those of you who submitted photos.

'Free' and Cause-Related Marketing: Part I

Cause Related Marketing

Tags: Wired Trendwatching.com Flickr Chris Anderson Suze Orman Prince Oprah Craigslist The Long Tail

9 Ways that Charities Get Grey-Sky Thinking

Wild Woman Fundraising

Picture from Elsie Esq from Flickr Creative Commons. So Blue-Sky thinking is being overly optimistic. Grey sky thinking is rather less so. Nonprofits seem to sit on their own hands rather than take a risk with anything having to do with spending money.

5 Steps to Powerful Staff Messengers

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Flickr: OpenUniversity. How often have you banged your head against the wall because you just can’t squeeze any more from your existing team and budget?

10 ways to thank your donors

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Image credit: flickr member nateOne After the busy nonprofit year-end giving season comes the often overlooked nonprofit thank you season. Remember to give thanks for donations early and often.

Don’t be a leader. Be a builder.

Wild Woman Fundraising

From Seattle Municipal Archives on Flickr (creative commons). From KevinSchoenmakers on Flickr (Creative Commons). I had a meeting with my business mentor, Behram Atashband , last week. In the meeting, he talked with me and my business partner about hiring more people into our business.

What’s In A Campaign? That Which We Call Change


flickr credit: JanneM. As the science behind social change evolves, how we approach our work must too. And sometimes, it is just semantics. But sometimes, it’s not. It’s a difference in mentality. Take the idea of a “campaign” for example.

What’s In A Campaign? That Which We Call Change


flickr credit: JanneM. As the science behind social change evolves, how we approach our work must too. And sometimes, it is just symantics. But sometimes, it’s not. It’s a difference in mentality. Take the idea of a “campaign” for example.

A surprising way to increase planned gifts

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Used with permission of ken_mayer on Flickr I love that we live in a time of actual research of fundraising. We're finally moving beyond anecdotes to verified research by groups like the Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy. (In

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7 Ways to Repurpose Old Content into New

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

And now, with social media, you may be producing content for a blog, video channel, Flickr group, podcast, Twitter feed and Facebook page.

'Free' and Cause-Related Marketing: Part II

Cause Related Marketing

Tags: Wired Wall Street Journal Facebook Flickr Chris Anderson Andy Andrews Rupert Murdoch Gillette AOL Google Craigslist

12 More Interview Questions for your Fundraising job interview

Wild Woman Fundraising

this photo is by Sofia Ajram on Flickr, with David Alexander. This photo is by Sofia Ajram on Flickr. Are you looking for a new fundraising or nonprofit job? INC magazine thinks they can figure you out, psychologically, with these 7 questions. LOL NO.

Setting Up a Social Media Listening Dashboard

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I use the same RSS concept to pull in Flickr alerts, Myspace and Facebook. A dashboard is a visual way to bring lots of data together easily (hopefully automatically) into an at-a-glance overview of a situation.

What's Wrong with Tom Brady's Partnership with Best Buddies? Everything

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Photo via Best Buddies International on Flickr. I'm a big fan of Tom Brady. As a Boston native, I know how much he's done for the City and for the New England Patriots. I don't believe for a second that he deflated those balls, and he's probably the greatest football player in history.

Yeah, you know you need to learn how to delegate, how about right now?

Wild Woman Fundraising

From Barbara Bedoni on Flickr. So, I’m going to speak it out loud, this is the dirty little secret of our profession, as development staff, as fundraisers. Some of us, not all of us, but some of us are Type As. We like to be in control of every little thing.

The Battle of the Sexes and Other Interesting Crossed Lines of Social Communication

Social Media Bird Brain

Thought by Jason Griffey, Photo by Pierre Metivier (Flickr) Maybe you''ve heard the story about the Philosophy 101 student who wrote ''everything is everything else'' and got an A for the class term. Yeah, it sounds kinda woo-woo, but to me at least, it makes sense. Especially when talking about the internet and social communications. To illustrate, let''s take a look at a few things I found while.

Take it or leave it

Wild Woman Fundraising

Image by jameleh on Flickr. Are you applying for nonprofit jobs? How many do you apply to a week? this Nonprofit job. Take it? Or Leave It? When you’re looking for a nonprofit job, do you get all, uh, how am I supposed to be equally excited for every single job I apply for?

Motivate Colleagues to Spot & Gather 5-Star Stories

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Flickr: Carlos Ubeda. Here’s how to ask, train, support, and reward the front-line folks who have the. greatest access to 5-star stories! Join me to learn How to Jumpstart Your Story-Gathering Team. Thursday, June 30, 1-2PM Eastern.

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