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Social Media Lab: How To Become A Networked Nonprofit

View more presentations from Beth Kanter.

As Visiting Scholar in Nonprofits and Social Media at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation,  I am coaching grantee organizations and leading workshops and peer trainings on how to become a  Networked Nonprofit.  … Read More

A Few Reviews of The Networked Nonprofit

@Clamo88 (Claire Murray) is a technologist who works for human service agencies

One of the most gratifying things about the publication of the book,  The Networked Nonprofit, is that it has re-connected me to colleagues and past clients as well as making connections to new people.… Read More

Twitter Tip for Networked Nonprofits: Follow the Few To Get To the Many

Source: Valdis Krebs

For the past few years whenever I doing a training or speak about nonprofits and social media and more recently when we’ve presented about the book, The Networked Nonprofit, someone always raises this concern:   “Social media is a time suck.”

Networked Nonprofits are not only experts in using social media, but they know how to streamline their work flow often based on an understanding of applying network theory to their practice. … Read More

The Networked Nonprofit in Holland!

For me, one of the joys of  the publication of  Networked Nonprofit co-authored with Allison Fine is seeing people in my network reading it and discussing.    I’ve never met Joitske Hulsebosch face-to-face, but we have collaborated and learned together through the wonders of the social web from US to Holland.… Read More

Networked Nonprofits Deconstruct Social Media Fears

This morning Allison Fine and I got up extra early for a Bagels and Books Event for The Networked Nonprofitat the National Conference on Volunteering and Service here in NYC.

At book events, one of the most common themes we hear from nonprofits is about the fear that organizational leaders have about social media. … Read More