Archive for the ‘realtime web’ Category
I want to tell you about something completely incredible that happened last night. I put this simple message out on Twitter: “Hey Twitter, can you help me out? I am looking for small rural clinics and hospitals using social media.” The response was instant and tremendous, because @TweetSmarter picked up my question and retweeted it [...]
Claire Sale at TechSoup’s NetSquared just asked a fascinating question: In 2011, what new web/mobile technologies or tactics will help organizations and enterprises create/increase social impact? How will changes in nonprofit technology shift the way we serve our communities? Here is what I think, and then, I want to hear what YOU think! I think [...]
Have you ever been completely overwhelmed by the internet? It’s like the best library in the world about everything you want to read and it’s always adding new books and it NEVER STOPS! I mean, talk about double-edged sword! Since a lot more people are jumping on the blogging bandwagon every day, and also, Twitter, [...]
First off, who is Brian Massey and why should you care?
Brian Massey was recommended to me by my good friend Vicki Flaugher. When she makes recommendations, I listen, so I started to research Brian. He runs a consulting business called “The Conversion Scientist.” What this means is that he helps people buy your products or services.
The way this relates to you and your nonprofit is that we can easily apply these principles to getting people to donate to your cause.
How can you empower your donors to make something new?
How can you help turn your donors into entrepreneurs for your cause?
What’s more exciting than starting something new, and making it your own?
George Stevens recently posted on R.E. Foundations, the Council on Foundation’s blog, about entrepreneurial donors. He wrote,
“…community foundations are a platform for the nonprofit ecosystem. Do we encourage donor innovation using our platform? Do we engage the entrepreneurial donors in our communities? To fail to do so is to be left behind in the recovery of the nonprofit sector.”
David J. Neff hooked me up with what’s going down! Check it!
The 501 Tech Club!
Meets 3rd Mondays in Austin!
Date: Monday, June 21st, 2010
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Location: Austin Free-Net in the DeWitty Ctr
2209 Rosewood Ave Austin, TX 78702
What’s next on the horizon for nonprofits fundraising online?
Part one of an interview with Amy Sample Ward