YouTube has become a new breed of "television" that lets people interact with the things they care about. The new “YouTube Campaigns” allows nonprofits to set a campaign goal for their videos. Learn more here.
Does your organization block social media in your workplace? International social media and communications expert Shel Holtz makes a business case for open access in this presentation from BlogWorld and New Media Expo Los Angeles.
One of the benefits of social media changing the nature of brands' conversations with their customers is the increase in many companies' philanthropic efforts. Here, a conversation with Rachel Armbruster, author of "Branding Together For A Cause: Proven Strategies for Revenue and Awareness Generation."
Video is a natural medium for storytelling, and that's what the annual report should be. Here, a collection of video annual reports produced by nonprofit organizations, courtesy of Community Organizer 2.0.
Storytelling is the substance that fundraisers need to use to be effective online fundraisers. Cara Jones, founder of Storytellers for Good and an Emmy Award recipient, shares her advice on how nonprofits can use storytelling for fundraising and how to craft the most compelling story.
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