Web 2.0

Marketing for Nonprofits

A group of folks were asked to speculate on which of the new web-based tools ( wikis , blogs, social networking sites, RSS , etc.) Embracing "Web 2.0" In a Web 1.0 Conversely, in a Web 2.0 web 2.0Saw an interesting post on TechSoup about the first NetSquared Event. are most useful to nonprofits. While I am personally obsessed with blogs right now, I strongly agree with Bryan Nunez, Technology Manager, Witness.

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

Non Profit Marketing 360

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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Why Web 2.0 is important to small local nonprofits

The Nonprofit Consultant

There's lots of talk about how nonprofits should be using "Web 2.0" - interactive applications, two-way online communications, user generated content, "social media," etc. perhaps so much so that it can be bewildering to smaller, grassroots organizations who are just struggling to get the word out locally and are wondering what they need with a World Wide Web. RSS feeds of your blogs, videos, etc., In each of these examples, the idea is not how Web 2.0

The Words I Removed from My Book

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Web 2.0. I took out all the references to Web 2.0, RSS is still a thing, but people don’t talk about it the same way, especially since most people use apps now to find content instead of a dedicated RSS reader.

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#HOWTO: Create A Tumblr Account And Why It Might Replace Your Blog

Non Profit Marketing 360

The simplicity of Tumblr can give even the smallest charity a professional-looking web presence in an afternoon and with the skills one already has learned using email or a web browser. Moreover, your site will have built-in RSS Feeds (something we’ll be covering later this week)! Nonprofit communication Facebook Foursquare Marketing and Advertising Online Communities Social Media StumbleUpon Technology Tumblr Twitter web 2.0

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Canada Revenue Agency announces YouTube contest

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Whenever I see a new addition on the Government 2.0 The other day I stumbled upon this press release (via the CRA RSS feed ) announcing the launch of The Canada Revenue Agency’s new “Underground Economy - Not your Problem?&# It puts other departments that still don’t know what “web 2.0″ Tags: canada revenue agency government contest underground economy youtube News Rant piracy General Web 2.0

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Maslow on Nonprofits

Marketing for Nonprofits

How are we helping nonprofits to think about using: 1) blogs 2) social networks 3) wikis and other collaboration tools 4) RSS and other syndication tools 5) charity widgets 6) etc. I think it's fair to say that the NPower Network hasn't been at the forefront of promoting the new web 2.0 New web-based marketing technologies can actually HELP YOU to raise your visibility so that you can raise the friends, supporters and partners you need to build capital.

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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. And don't forget to read the comments to these posts--they also have lots of good info): Is The Web Still a Windfall For Non-Profits? Non-Profits Web Tool Kit. Non-Profits: Plenty of Web Resources, But How Much Success? Non-Profits & Web 2.0:

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. And don't forget to read the comments to these posts--they also have lots of good info): Is The Web Still a Windfall For Non-Profits? Non-Profits Web Tool Kit. Non-Profits: Plenty of Web Resources, But How Much Success? Non-Profits & Web 2.0:

Online Marketing Terms in Plain English

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Your domain registrar and web host may or may not be the same company. It is made up of various codes that are surrounded by angle brackets < > Web browsers (like Internet Explorer or Firefox) read HTML and then display it as web pages. Readers of these types of sites subscribe and then receive updates to their RSS reader or email box, instead of having to check all the different sites all the time. How results of a web search are ordered. Web 2.0.

Best of the Blog 2008 & Your Suggestions for 2009?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Where to Put Keywords on Your Web Page. Is Web 2.0 Switch to an RSS feed reader like Google Reader and you can subscribe to this blog and others, without clogging your inbox. I did a quick review of my traffic stats for this blog and here are the top ten most visited posts, ending with the most popular: If Social Networking Isn’t Marketing, Why Bother? Moving Your Print Newsletter to Email - 7 Tips. Bunches o’ Studies and Stats on Nonprofit Marketing.

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Trio of Online Marketing Webinars Coming in Feb. - Reserve Your Spot Now

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Learn how nonprofits are using Web 2.0 Switch to an RSS feed reader like Google Reader and you can subscribe to this blog and others, without clogging your inbox. Looking for an online marketing crash course for your nonprofit? I have a trio of three webinars just for you. Online Marketing Basics: From Email to Social Media (Wednesday, February 11).

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The future of online fundraising

The Nonprofit Consultant

The questions gave me an opportunity to think creatively about the application of some web 2.0 But with proper use of tagging, RSS, etc., Rather than waiting for a potential supporter to come to our web site or sign up for our email newsletter, we will be able to find them based on what they're reading and hook directly into their online experience. > * Why are many nonprofit are still waiting with their online fundraising?

Blogging: If I’d Only Known Then What I Know Now

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

From Beth Kanter of Beth’s Blog : “I wish I had know about Feedburner so I could have tracked my subscriber metrics from the beginning and consolidated by RSS feeds. on web 2.0 Thinking about starting a blog in 2009? Before the holidays, I asked some nonprofits to share with me their blogging lessons learned. Here are some of the comments I heard through NTEN’s Nonprofit Blogging Affinity Group List.

Part II: The Demographic Time Bomb

GenerationYGive

In my last post, I described the background of how Greg became a nonprofit web platform entrepreneur and how his new venture was going to save all those "Abandoned Do Goods" out there. Greg noticed that the sites with the highest levels of web traffic on a local level were local news sites.

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

Diva Marketing Blog

Deanna Sutton publisher – Clutch Magazine , Angela Benton publisher – BlackWeb 2.0 Follow Dede on Twitter @clutchmagazine Facebook MySpace Angela Benton is the Founder and Publisher of BlackWeb 2.0. BlackWeb20.com is a blog that analyzes emerging web trends as it relates to African-Americans and African-American culture. Angela is a frequent guest speakers on topics such as diversity in the web and media industries, web trends, web strategy, and web 2.0’s