Twitter, Facebook and other social networks have long counted on the rise in smartphone usage to help fuel their growth: that trend, however, seems to also be taking a toll on mobile carriers -- specifically in the form of revenues.
Nonprofits have a significant stake in the deal cut between the Obama Administration, 49 states, and the five largest mortgage servicers in the wake of the mortgage crisis. JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, and Ally Financial will pay $25 billion as a legal settlement to release them from federal and state (excepting Oklahoma, which negotiated its own settlement) claims regarding the banks’ failure to help borrowers before foreclosure, their “robo-signing” of mortgage foreclosure documents, and other highly criticized bank practices. The agreement calls for the banks to stop those practices in the future.
Twitter and Facebook gave oxygen to wildfire protest.The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation’s reversal of its decision that would have cut off funding for Planned Parenthood is likely to go down as a textbook case of the political power of social media
Making deep cuts to the funding of critically important nonprofit services and still expecting our economy to grow does not make sense at a time when demand is increasing and these services are more necessary than ever.
From the get-go, Yelp was 100% citizen journalism, for better or for worse. There were editors, sure, but professional journalists were not tasked with generating content. The crowd was left to self-organize and submit copy.
Image via Wikipedia I’ve recruited for over 15 years, and I almost never read my candidates’ cover letters. The one exception was when I knew the hiring manager read the cover letter because then I wanted to see how our feedback compared.
What does Facebook's IPO Mean for Nonprofit Marketing?The web is awash with posts about Facebook and its initial public offering (IPO). There are dozens of reports relating it to the other social media giants Yahoo and Google, and in particular, much is being said about the future of online advertising.
When a major disaster occurs, the result is an outpouring of aid, often in the form of donations to nonprofits like the American Red Cross. But once the dramatic images and news headlines begin to fade, donors often disappear as well.
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