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Jul
18
2012
Working at a business incubator in San Francisco, I see incredible social innovations springing up from nonprofits, start-ups, and small businesses everyday. But the truth is, the big guys down the road in Silicon Valley are setting a fierce pace by...
Jul
10
2012
Getting around a social media site is not always easy. For some users, it’s a matter of getting used to social media. For others, the issue is keeping up with constant updates and changes to features, privacy settings, and account specifications....
Jun
29
2012
Twitter is big. With over 140 million active users, and 340 million Tweets per day, the social network is one that brands cannot ignore. Indeed, few brands are ignoring Twitter. Our recent report with global research firm Booz and Co. shows that 77...
Jun
25
2012
A Google Hangout is little more than a glorified video chat and could be accomplished using a variety of technology, but they are unique for two important reasons.
Jun
25
2012
Video has long been a powerful medium for organizations that want to create awareness and spur action on behalf of various causes around the world -- but how people can watch those videos is changing.
Jun
25
2012
Until a few years ago, the main way to show your support for a charity was to send in an annual check. As digital and social media evolved, the number of ways you could support your favorite charities has grown. Sending money, of course, remains,...
Jun
21
2012
Calling all bloggers: It’s time to translate all that typing into something tangible. In our Bloggers for GOOD challenge, we’re calling on you to tell us how you’d use your blog to promote a cause with some public benefit. We have $1,000 to...
Jun
21
2012
M+R Strategic Services and the Nonprofit Technology Network last week released a report about Facebook benchmarks that seems to validate a lot of current assumptions and sheds light on previous unknowns. The report analyzed Facebook Insights from...
Jun
19
2012
If Barack Obama and Mitt Romney could collect donations directly from Twitter, would that significantly change the 2012 race for the White House? Chirpify, a Twitter-based commerce platform, is hoping to have a profound impact on this year’s...
Jun
18
2012
Twitter is well on its way to replacing many old-fashioned services, including morning newspapers, TV criticism, and maybe even investment advisors. Is there any chance that it could replace traditional epidemiology too? Probably not, but Graham...
Jun
18
2012
Facebook is aiming to become a one-stop shop for fans looking for information about the Olympics with a new hub with links to athletes, teams and sports.
Jun
13
2012
  Whether it’s keeping up on the latest web memes on Reddit or Tumblr, following your favorite comedians onTwitter, profesionally networking on LinkedIn, or staying in touch with college friends on Facebook, social...

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