- Engage and Connect with Social Media – Event roundup
January 15th, 2010
I had the privilege of presenting with Rachel Beer (founding partner of Beautiful World) and Leah Williams (Recently Head of Communications at Women’s Resource Centre and now at Breast Cancer Care) at the event – Engage and Connect with Social Media held in London at the Window (a wonderful venue and a fabulous lunch provided […]
- Open letter for access
November 30th, 2009
An open letter from Andy Clarke detailing how a popstars vibrant website excludes so many from accessing the content. An eye opener for all website owners, includes screenshots and guidance to make the site better for all. Read the article – ‘Dear Taylor Swift‘.
- Connecting with your supporters
November 23rd, 2009
Amy Sample Ward shares an example of how Greenpeace International uses social media, data, calls to action and community with an in-depth look at their Facebook page. Read the article – Greenpeace: An example in connecting with your supporters.
- Gear Up for Giving – A month of social media tools and techniques
September 9th, 2009
Gear Up for Giving from the Case Foundation, is providing a series of social media tutorials throughout the month to help nonprofits understand how to use tools and techniques to raise awareness, create action and also to bring new supporters and donors to their cause. As part of the programme for the month ahead, organisations […]
- Jaded About Social Media For Change?
May 21st, 2009
Joe Solomon shares his and others responses with a collaborative conversational article over on the Netsquared blog – ‘Jaded About Social Media For Change? – Let’s Talk About It!‘
- Resources and examples of nonprofits using twitter
March 20th, 2009
Head over to Beth’s blog where Beth Kanter shares some great examples of nonprofit organisations who are using twitter, resources to help get you started and the post includes a slideshare presentation by Laura Lee Dooley on Why Twitter Matters. View the article – Nonprofits That Tweet: Roundup of lists, resources, and examples.
- Audio talk about accessibility for website content administrators
March 17th, 2009
Recently an event was held WxWM (West by West Midlands) which brought together a wide range of people coming together to network, discuss the web and social media. One of the talks during the event was from Andy Mabbett who spoke about web accessibility and delivered an enthusiastic and vibrant overview aimed at content administrators […]
- The Dog’s Trust shares it’s successes with using social media
February 6th, 2009
Many charities are reaping the benefits and the value of using a mix of different media can reach out to supporters and help to raise awareness of their work. Earlier in the week, I read and mentioned Allan Benamers’ thought inspiring post on Build a Nonprofit’s Technology Assets from the Ground Up which starts at […]
- Pyramid of nonprofit technology needs
February 4th, 2009
Allan Benamer shares an excellent first part of a two part posting on how nonprofits should have a Maslow’s hierarchy of needs when it comes to implementing technology, starting at the baseline of your organisations mission and climbing up the pyramid of techonology needs. Essential reading for small nonprofits, head over to – Build a Nonprofit’s […]
- Social Media and accessibility reminder
January 28th, 2009
An article on Third Sector website shares insights from at a recent social media conference raising awareness that by focussing too much on social media such as Twitter, Flickr, blogging and podcasts for campaigns and marketing, it could exclude people with visual or hearing impairments as well as those who have no access to the […]