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Is it Time to go Geosocial?

A recent Pew Research Center report on Americans’ technology habits finds that 74% of smartphone owners are using location-based services. The report also found that use of geosocial services, like Foursquare, to check-in at locations is now at 18% of smartphone users. Most notably, use of geosocial services more than doubled among the general population […]

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Mobile for Nonprofits: Lessons from the Innogive Conference

The Innogive Foundation‘s Innovative Giving Conference came to San Francisco on April 2. The conference helped nonprofit leaders understand how to use mobile technologies to deepen engagement and support fundraising efforts. The conference featured speakers from organizations such as PayPal, Microsoft, Network for Good, The American Cancer Society and more. Nonprofits that are hesitant to […]

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[VIDEO] How To Create a Google+ Page

Now that Google+ has released brand pages, it seems a lot of organizations are looking to dive right in and create their own. The video in this post will guide you through the process of creating a brand page.

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The Social Media for Nonprofits Conference Returns

The Social Media for Nonprofits Conference (SM4NP) returned to San Francisco after making its first tour across the country to equip nonprofit leaders with the tips and tricks to get the most out of social media for their causes. The conference again brought together experts from leading social media and technology organizations before a packed […]

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Group Texting for Teams

When most people think of text messaging (SMS) as a nonprofit tool, most tend to think of it as a tool for fundraising, advocacy, sending calls-to-action or growing your organization’s email list. However, texting can also be used as a tool for internal organizing within your staff or volunteer group. Group texting can be used […]