2010 October | Beth’s Blog - Part 2

Archive for October, 2010

Corporate Altruism: The Blurring of the Lines Between CSR and Cause Marketing

Corporate Altruism: The Blurring of the Lines Between CSR and Cause Marketing by Kami Watson Huyse and Beth Kanter

Aligning with a cause is a great way for a for-profit company to both raise its profile while doing something good for society at large. … Read More

The Ultimate Multi-Tasking: My Networked Nonprofit Keynote at the Blackbaud Conference

Blackbaud’s Nonprofit Conference is from October 20-22 in Washington, DC.  Here’s the list of sessions.   I’ll be doing a keynote about the Networked Nonprofit on Thursday, October 21st from 8-9:30 am along with Allison Fine (live-streamed here).   But, I’ll be in Atlanta at the Independent Sector Conference.… Read More

How Networked Nonprofits Use Twitter and Other Things I learned in Vegas

Last week,  I parachuted into  BlogWorld 2010 in Las Vegas for less than 24 hours.    I presented on two panels (How Nonprofits Use Twitter and CrowdSourced Philanthropy) in the Cause Track curated by Chris Noble and the good folks at WhatGives.  … Read More

What I Learned About Unpresenting from Heather Gold

I first met Heather Gold when she did stand up comedy at the first Blogher conference in 2005.   In addition to comedy,  Heather is a keynote speaker and teaches her unique style of interactive performance in “unpresenting” workshops.

I do a lot of presenting and am spending to much time writing bullet points, creating slides, and practicing what I’m going to say.   … Read More

Video Can Help Boost Donations in End-Of-The-Year Fundraising

Note from Beth: I’m planning a year-end campaign for one of my favorite charities and wanted some good tips on incorporating video.   And since, the busy season is coming up for all you nonprofit fundraisers – year end giving and Network for Good has just announced a Year-End Giving Challenge,  I thought a guest post from Michael Hoffman about you can incorporate video to power your campaigns was in order. 

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