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Enchantment: Resisting Guy Kawasaki Is Futile

Yesterday, the Social Media for Nonprofit Conference series kicked off in San Francisco yesterday in War Memorial Green Room with support from Microsoft.   The conference shared practical tips and tools with expert speakers including, JD Lasica, Social Brite,  Susan Gordon of Causes.com, Jonah Sachs of Free Range Studios, Charles Porch of FacebookSusan Tenby of TechSoup Global and Kellie McElhaney, founding faculty director of the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.… Read More

How To Get Fire in Your Organization’s Belly: Key Insight from the Millennial Donor Summit

Millennials – We know they are young, tech savvy and well-educated-but they are also some of the most active when it comes to donating and volunteering.   So what’s the secret to engaging Millennials in your  nonprofit organization’s work?   The Millennial Donor Summit explored this question and others while engaging participants in a virtual setting.     … Read More

What Nonprofits Can Learn at Games for Change Festival

Note from Beth: Back in 2007,   I presented and attended at the Games for Change Festival.    Over the past few years, games and mobile platforms have become more and more important for nonprofits to pay attention to for their communications strategy.  

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NTC Plenary: Moira Gunn and Rep Donna Edwards on Net Neutrality

The plenary session on Saturday morning featured Moira Gunn, host of the weekly NPR show, Tech Nation. Moira Gunn is enchanting storyteller and spent the first part of her session telling one story after another that demonstrated a simple idea: The dirty little secret to technology is how you use it.… Read More

NTC Plenary: Dan Heath, Flip the Switch

The Friday plenary session at the NTC featured Dan Heath, Co-Author of Flip the Switch, and was all about organizational change.

Holly warmed up the crowd with a humorous slide show about the Internet connectivy. This year 2008 people are in attendance, the most ever.… Read More