Guest Post | Beth's Blog - Part 34

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How To Get a Wikipedia Page for Your Nonprofit

Note from Beth: Here’s another terrific guest post from Manny Hernandez.   What has been your experience getting a Wikipedia Page for your nonprofit?

Guest Post by Manny Hernandez

Because it was such a painfully long process and because I couldn’t find too many complete articles when I googled “Wikipedia nonprofits“, I decided to share the lessons we learned so that you may not make the same mistakes we made.… Read More

10 Ways Geolocation is Changing the World

Note from Beth: It’s vacation week for me, not publishing much this week or next accept for guest posts and a few book reviews or if I find inspiration.  This guest post was written by Rob Reed. He is the founder of MomentFeed, a location-based marketing, strategy, and technology firm.Read More

How Can Volunteer Coordinators Help Their Organizations Become Networked Nonprofits?

Note from Beth: Last month, we did a Networked Nonprofit session at the National Conference on Volunteering and Service.  Robert J. Rosenthal, Director of Communications for VolunteerMatch was a participant.   He offered to write a guest post.

Recently I got my first full-on blast of the Networked Nonprofit at a session the authors presented at the 2010 National Conference on Volunteering and Service. … Read More

How KaBOOM! Is Using a Networked Approach To Scale Social Change

Note from Beth: Please join me on June 21st from 1-2 PM PST for the virtual launch of The Networked Nonprofit.  One of the key messages in the book is that nonprofits need to work less as isolated institutions and more as networks. 

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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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