Social Media and NonProfits

October 2, 2008 at 4:29 pm 3 comments

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What’s going on here? Many of my newer posts (now below) discuss “[a specific social media tool] and Nonprofits”. Well, there’s a method to my madness (OK, sometimes). Next month, I’ll be speaking at “More Power to You: A conference for community & environmental activists organizing to protect public power in British Columbia”.

BC Citizens for Public Power (CPP) have asked me to talk about Social Media with regards to Non-Profits (what others are doing), as well as offer them some specific suggestions as to how they can get more attention for their cause. So, post with the tag: “Powertoyou” tag (and Tweets posted with the #powertoyou hashtag) will function as a reference for conference attendees, as well as (hopefully) a resource for others interested in this topic.

Please feel free to offer your suggestions – especially with regards to other great examples of how Nonprofits are using these social media tools. And feel free to post about these topics and tell me about it. We’re all learning from each other and I’d love to hear what you have to say.

My Related Posts:

Nonprofits and Social Media – Getting Your Fans to Help You

Flickr and Nonprofits

YouTube and Nonprofits

Facebook, MySpace and Nonprofits

Twitter and Nonprofits

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