The Social Round-Up

SocialButterfly

Now that I’ve finally switched my RSS reader from Bloglines to Google Reader, I find myself there a lot more–even more so than Twitter (gasp). flickr credit: Benimoto.

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Free Buzz monitoring Tools

Search Marketing for Nonprofits

Social Mention - searches across a variety of social media sources , including Google blog search, Twitter, Delicious, FriendFeed, Flickr, Digg, YouTube. You can also set up RSS feeds and email alerts. The major social media sites that Serph uses are: Technorati , Digg , YouTube , Flickr , Google Blog Search , Bloglines , and Newsvine. I wanted to share with everyone the buzz monitoring tools I’ve discovered and think are useful.

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Setting Up a Social Media Listening Dashboard

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I pull in RSS feeds from the various websites that contain information relating to our mission. I use the same RSS concept to pull in Flickr alerts, Myspace and Facebook.

Free tool of the week: CommonCraft tutorials on social media tools

ImpactMax

flickr/dorineruter. The videos include: RSS, social media, social networking, social bookmarking, online photo sharing, blogs, podcasting, twitter, and wikis. Need to introduce your staff or anyone else to social media tools? CommonCraft offers a set of nine very short (3-4 minutes each) beautifully simple YouTube tutorials in plain English that appeal to even the least experienced among us. They really are small works of genius.

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2009 Webinar Schedule & the Pass Winners Are.

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Photo by Snapr on Flickr. Switch to an RSS feed reader like Google Reader and you can subscribe to this blog and others, without clogging your inbox. I’ve published the preliminary schedule for the 2009 Nonprofit Marketing Guide Webinar Series.

Getting People to Open Your Nonprofit’s Email Messages

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Photo by terren in Virginia on Flickr. Switch to an RSS feed reader like Google Reader and you can subscribe to this blog and others, without clogging your inbox.

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How the New York Botanical Garden Uses Tumblr to Delight Their Fans

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" And then you can hook your Tumblr into your Twitter (using an rss-feed reader like TwitFeed), and boom, your message goes out on Twitter too. . Another thing I have done is to link our blog's RSS feed into our Tumblr.

Tactics—Step 4 in strategic communications planning for nonprofits

ImpactMax

flickr/popculturegeek. 2) subscribe to the RSS feed of the Nonprofit Marketing Zone , where someone is sure to be covering nonprofit uses of the latest communications tools and channels. This is the last in my series of posts guiding nonprofits through strategic communications planning.

Make Your Next Hire a Writer

Marketing for Nonprofits

This photo is by churl on Flickr. I'm finishing up Inbound Marketing | Get Found Using Google, Social Media, and Blogs by the fabulous folks at HubSpot.

Some Golden Nuggets of Social Change

SocialButterfly

Lately, it’s become a blog staple–the kind that you can’t wait to read when you see there’s a new post in your RSS reader. flickr photo credit: Curtis Gregory Perry.

What Creates a Revolution?

SocialButterfly

Today, I was skimming through my RSS feeds and one of my favorites had an update: Mike Kujawski’s Public Sector 2.0 flickr photo credit: Wesley Fryer. “A revolution doesn’t happen when a society adopts new tools, it happens when a society adopts new behaviors.”. –Us

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flip the funnel, but flip it feasibly

Studio 501c

Thanks to Michael Gilbert's Nonprofit Online News , I learned about the latest publication of prolific marketing writer Seth Godin : his nonprofit edition of Flipping the Funnel (free PDF download) shows how nonprofits can gain new supporters by asking current supporters to use free Web tools such as blogs , Flickr , del.icio.us , and his own Squidoo. (As flickr.

flip the funnel, but flip it feasibly

Studio 501c

Thanks to Michael Gilbert's Nonprofit Online News , I learned about the latest publication of prolific marketing writer Seth Godin : his nonprofit edition of Flipping the Funnel (free PDF download) shows how nonprofits can gain new supporters by asking current supporters to use free Web tools such as blogs , Flickr , del.icio.us , and his own Squidoo. (As flickr.

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

delicious NonprofitMarketing

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. Tis the season for email marketing. We can help.