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). Buzz vs. Facebook vs. MySpace vs Twitter –Jeremiah Owyang does it again and offers a strong breakdown of these four platforms.

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series offers an excellent overview of web trends and tools for nonprofits

Studio 501c

A recent series from the popular Read/WriteWeb blog provides a great overview of best practices and resources for nonprofits in using the web, including Facebook and MySpace. Non-Profits on Facebook and MySpace. BLOGGING COMMUNICATIONS EMAIL FUNDRAISING MARKETING NEWSLETTERS PHILANTHROPY RSS WEB facebook myspace net2 netsquared nonprofit web

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series offers an excellent overview of web trends and tools for nonprofits

Studio 501c

A recent series from the popular Read/WriteWeb blog provides a great overview of best practices and resources for nonprofits in using the web, including Facebook and MySpace. Non-Profits on Facebook and MySpace. Tags: BLOGGING COMMUNICATIONS EMAIL FUNDRAISING MARKETING NEWSLETTERS PHILANTHROPY RSS WEB facebook myspace net2 netsquared nonprofit web

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 Buzz monitoring Tools

Search Marketing for Nonprofits

You can also set up RSS feeds and email alerts. Tags: Flickr MySpace Social media marketing YouTube facebook twitter buzz buzz monitoring online monitoring social media analytics social media monitoring I wanted to share with everyone the buzz monitoring tools I’ve discovered and think are useful. This list assumes that you’ve set up Google and Yahoo Alerts and are looking for the next step.

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Social Media for Nonprofits @ the Carnival

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

You’ll find posts related to how nonprofits are using all the major social networks (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter) and more. Switch to an RSS feed reader like Google Reader and you can subscribe to this blog and others, without clogging your inbox.

Easy Fundraising: Teach a Social Media and Social Networking Class for Parents

Fundraiser Ideas

Lots of parents simply don’t understand Facebook, MySpace, Twitter or other mainstream web technologies. An RSS guide. This is great high school fundraiser and a creative fundraising idea. You can easily teach a social media class for adults who would like to become more familiar with these technologies. Some would also like to understand how to text or text more efficiently (using T9, for instance) and become more familiar with texting abbreviations.

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Diva Marketing Talks Online Publications With Deanna Sutton, Angela Benton & Heidi Richards Mooney

Diva Marketing Blog

Follow Dede on Twitter @clutchmagazine Facebook MySpace Angela Benton is the Founder and Publisher of BlackWeb 2.0. Heidi participates in more than a dozen social networking sites including MySpace, FaceBook, Linkedin, RYZE, eCademy, Xing, Yahoo Groups to name a few.

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.

Bloggers Flash Back to 2006 and Flash Forward to 2009

Diva Marketing Blog

Right now there is such a proliferation of blogs, Linked In, Facebook, Myspace, Twitter.you can spend 24 hours a day with this stuff. Improved and simplified RSS feeds would help more novice RSS users add blog feeds to their subscription lists.

Contrasting Web Strategies – Greenpeace

The Agitator

Social media — the homepage features the most popular social media — YouTube (as described), Vimeo (video site, seems new for GP), Facebook (35,780 fans, lots of photos, but a pretty modest presence), Twitter (12,536 followers, but nuttin’ happenin’ here), and MySpace (this seems to be the most robust of GP’s social net sites, including a tiny bit of fundraising). The homepage includes an RSS sign-up option, and even a sign-up for old-fashioned e-mail alerts.