This month’s Net2 Think Tank topic focused on user generated content. Have you used a campaign or a project to invite contributions? Do you have tips for successful invitations to create and share content with your organization or the community?
This past Saturday, I participated in an experiment: Tweetcamp! The combination of a Tweetup and a BarCamp. (Those links are to definitions!) What this created was a chance for people who use Twitter to come together offline to create community.
Originally posted on the NetSquared blog. NTEN’s 09NTC just wrapped up in San Francisco and many conversations at the conference focused on social media use by nonprofits. With so many tools out there, and different options for individuals and other
Lately, I’ve heard from many organizations that they are on board with social media and excited to be finding, connecting with and engaging their communities online. But, they are struggling with the number of options available and how to differentiate
Originally posted on the NetSquared blog. February’s Net2 Think Tank sprang from an interview with Clay Shirky, the author of Here Comes Everybody. The topic asked: What do you think the role of nonprofit organizations is in the changing world
My conversations so far for February are all focused on the role of nonprofits online. I would LOVE for you to get in on the conversations, too! Standford Social Innovation Review This month’s blog post on the SSIR opinion blog
Originally posted on the NetSquared blog. This month’s Net2 Think Tank question was, “What do you think will be the big changes, new technologies, hot applications, or successful campaigns of 2009?” We had a great collection of contributions this month.
Originally posted on the NetSquared blog. Earlier this month, the world watched as America elected a new president who came from a campaign rich with social media. The campaigns had much more money and resources than all the nonprofit organizations