I wrote this after I wrote part one which is HERE. Living Wage and Livable Income are not synonymous. The latter includes the former and ensures we are considering those who do not earn wages and rely on pensions and/or government income security programs. A livable economy is one that benefits society as a whole,Continue reading “Livable Income IN a Livable Economy (Part Two: the Impacts of AI)”
For you social media nerds (like me). From Charity Digital News.
Most non-profits are active on the web and understand the importance of ensuring there are ample opportunities for cross sharing between websites, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other platforms like Pinterest. My sense is that only a minority of non-profits – truly understand and then embrace social media as being vital to communication with stakeholders, increasingContinue reading “Social Media – What Now?”
Our work in social media strategy development and social media implementation has helped us come across a wide set of resources. This is just a small list of learning resources developed by Mark Holmgren and Brent MacKinnon that can help you understand certain applications as well as facilitate some strategic thinking within your organization. IContinue reading “Social Media Resources”
Wow, this really moved me. We need more of this kind of energy in our community. Thanks to Ken Chapman for posting this on his blog or I might not have seen it.
This presentation was given today via video conference to Hanna Learning Centre and Return to Rural. While a slideshow can’t tell the whole story, this was a three hour session that addressed social media strategy, an overview of marketing and social media (their differences and potential synergies, target audiences, and a tour of various applications.Continue reading “The So-What about Social Media”
CLICK HERE FOR A LARGER VIEW (PDF) social media landcape, originally uploaded by markholmgren. Check this out. A very cool diagram from my colleague, Brent MacKinnon. Check out his website/blog and see what he is doing out in the Toronto area. Brent and I have formed an alliance focused on helping organizations develop social mediaContinue reading “Social Media Landscape”
I came across this on New Media Hire which is located here: http://www.newmediahire.com/ Social Media Policies Ebook View more presentations from Dave Fleet.
Got home a bit ago after taking in the Imagine Canada Forum here in Edmonton. I estimate 80, maybe a hundred folks attended, so a pretty good turnout. This was the first of the provincial forums Imagine Canada will be doing over the next several months. I extend KUDOS to the organization for embarking onContinue reading “Thoughts about the Imagine Canada Forum”
I spend a fair amount of my “free” time looking into trends that are and will be impacting the nonprofit sector. The kind of trends I am interested in go beyond what we gather from traditional sources like Stats Canada and Imagine Canada (both of which I hold in very high regard by the way).Continue reading “Fundraising Innovations (but so much more than that)”
Everybody seems to be doing it. Facebook has 400 million members (well, last time I checked). Twitter is growing like dandelions, and YouTube is now the second most popular search engine. Flickr has created a social network around images. LinkedIn is gaining popularity in Canada as a networking site for professionals. Ning has become theContinue reading “SOCIAL MEDIA AND YOUR NONPROFIT”