Guest Post | Beth's Blog - Part 30

Archive for the ‘Guest Post’ Category

A First Look at Jumo

Note from Beth: The long anticipated social network site for social change, Jumo,  launched.   Here’s the article from today’s New York Times.   Many of us have been up early playing with  Jumo, setting up our individual profiles and finding issues and organizations or setting up profiles for organizations.  

Read More

Blogging to Support Policy Goals: MomsRising Shares Lessons Learned

Flickr Photo by Vox Photo

Note from Beth: Last spring,  I had the pleasure of meeting Ashley Boyd,Campaign Director, for who told me about Joyful Funerals.    Ashley and her colleague Anita – as well as the whole team at Momsrising does a fantastic job of reflecting after each campaign on how it could be improved. 

Read More

Sparked, Micro-Volunteering Network, Has Volunteers Standing By For Your Nonprofit’s Next Small Project

Note From Beth: Colleague Ben Rigby, co-founder and CTO of Sparked, a micro-volunteering networked has a problem.  The site matches skills-based volunteers with nonprofits to do just in time projects like logo or business card design, marketing help, and other small volunteering tasks.  

Read More

Social Media for Social Good Video Roundup from #BBCon

Flickr Photo by Geoff Livingston

Note From Beth: Frank Barry from BlackBaud kindly agreed to write a guest post showcasing some of the best presentations caught on video at the BlackBaud’s Conference last week.  Enjoy.

Guest Post by Frank Barry: Social Media for Social Good Video Roundup from #BBCon

Blackbaud just finished hosting a pretty large conference for the non-profit industry.… Read More

50 (More) Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits

View more presentations from Chad Norman.

Note from Beth: Last week I presented remotely at the Blackbaud Conference.   The big downside is that you miss out on seeing your colleagues and hearing their presentations.     Chad Norman and Melanie Mathos presented this  session which was not recorded and built on an earlier presentation.    

Read More