Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 222

Social Media Lab: How To Become A Networked Nonprofit

Instructional Design, Networked Nonprofit

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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

Using Social Media To Accomplish More With Less

Personal Productivity

Join me on Tuesday, July 13th at 1 PM EST/1o am PST for a webinar hosted by Networked for Good “Using Social Media to Accomplish More with Less.”    It’s free and three lucky participants will win a copy of the book. … Read More

A Few Reviews of The Networked Nonprofit

Networked Nonprofit

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.

I met Claire Murray almost five years ago this month when I was working as a consultant for the Community Technology Center Networks to do training for human service agencies that provided homeless services.    … Read More

Bridging Offline/Online: Tweetups

Tools and Tactics

Networked Nonprofits know how to close the loop between social media and offline actions.  They understand that it is a scaffolded process.   Whatever channel they use, they’re building a bridge from online to onland.   They’re masters at meeting their audience where they’re at and bringing them further along the ladder of engagement.… Read More

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

Networked Nonprofit, Tools and Tactics

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.”… Read More