Beth Kanter\'s Blog - Part 226

Apple or Android? Which One is More Nonprofit Friendly?

Mobile

Which phone is more nonprofit friendly?

This must-read editorial by Jake Shapiro, the CEO of PRX, (the company behind the popular This American Life iPhone and Public Radio Player apps, argues that Apple’s policy barring solicitation of donations by nonprofit groups is a cop-out and blocks a major revenue stream for public radion (and other nonprofits)—whose content enhances the value of Apple’s devices.… Read More

How Many Free Agents Does It Take To Change A Nonprofit Fortress?

Case Studies, Fundraising, Networked Nonprofit

 

 

Allison Fine and I are honored to be delivering a conversational keynote at the Personal Democracy Forum today in New York City.   Our session is part of a series brief talks that look at the future in a networked age.  … Read More

Knitting Together Your Website, Email, and Social Media Content

Books, Content, Guest Post, Tips

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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How can we prepare organizational leaders to work in a networked world?

Guest Post, Leadership, Networks, Organizational Culture

Photo by Eugene Eric Kim

Guest post by Patti Anklam

Guest blogger, Patti Anklam, author of  Net Work: A Practical Guide to Creating and Sustaining Networks at Work and in the World, explores the role of organizational leadership in a network world.

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Microsoft’s Networked Approach To Accelerating Social Change Through Technology

Philanthropy

Ed Granger-Happ, Nethope; Claire Bonilla, Disaster Response Microsoft; Daniel Ben-Horin, TechSoup Global, Vida Durant, CARE USA

Earlier this month, I had an opportunity to attend Microsoft’s  “Accelerator Summit,” a day of conversation with Microsoft employees, partners, academics,  journalists, and bloggers about their corporate citizenship program.   … Read More