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What is Your Nonprofit’s Holiday Content Strategy for Facebook?

Note from Beth: Recently, Networked for Good offered a free e-book about how nonprofits can development a micro-content for their social media presences filled with useful tips and best practices.    Carie Lewis gives an excellent mini case study of how to leverage micro content during the holiday and get results.

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Enabling a Participatory Culture using Creative Commons Licenses

Note from Beth: Lately, a question on my mind is whether or not the concept of Networked Nonprofits is a global one as I’ve had the opportunity to share some of the ideas beyond the US borders in Kenya and UK.   

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In Search of Bachelors and Philanthropy in Rural Alaska and Video Story Capture Tips

The Story

Last week,  my adventure in Alaska started with a meeting with representatives from community foundations around the state of Alaska hosted by the Alaska Community Foundation.   That’s where I met Joe Page from the Jessica Stevens Foundation who told me the amazing story about the Talkeetna Bachelor Society.… Read More

What Tools Do You Use for Making Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Use Efficient?

Note from Beth: Social media is not a waste a time, but there are ways to waste your time.   On Saturday, I had the honor of presenting at Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp and one of the burning questions was about efficiency.  

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Knitting Together Your Website, Email, and Social Media Content

Guest Post by Kivi Leroux Miller

Kivi Leroux Miller has just launched a book, Nonprofit Marketing Guide: High-Impact, Low-Cost Ways to Build Support for Your Good Cause.  To help her celebrate,  I invited to write a post with some steps and tips for integrating web content, email, and social media.

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