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Exporting & Backing Up Your Social Media Data

Javascript is disabled. To see the toolbox, please enable Javascript or see the toolbox page. At Aspiration, we’ve been trying to smooth some of the rough edges that we have with regard to ensuring that we have our data secure. This both means having a reliable and trusted service into which we put that data […]

Online Communications Publishing Matrix Tools

We nonprofit geeks over at Aspiration, the mama organization for Social Source Commons have recently begun working in Social Media for our organization. While this new world can be big, scary, haphazard, constantly changing and full of scary critters, there is a lot of potential value that nonprofits can gain by engaging the different audiences […]

Social Media Conversation

Image Courtesy of eye2eye on Flickr I’ve run across a few articles around the interwebs recently that I thought some of you might find interesting. They all have to do with social media best practices and taking advantage of the conversation that results from tools like Twitter and Facebook. Sometimes (read: all times) there’s a […]

Social Media Tracking Toolbox

Javascript is disabled. To see the toolbox, please enable Javascript or see the toolbox page. As social media tools and services continue to pop up every other day, it can become a lot of work just keeping up with what people are saying about your nonprofit. Many people have offered lists, solutions and techniques for […]

Social Media Listening

At Social Source Commons, we’ve begun to kick up our Social Media presence. This means, among other things, dipping our collective toe into Twitter with SSC_Tweets and working on becoming more active in the NPTech blogging community. Anyone working in nonprofit social media (or social media in general) can tell you that the trick to […]

Facebook vs. Twitter for Nonprofits

In the social media world, arguably the two highest profile tools are Facebook and Twitter. Both have become powerful tools for nonprofits not only for fundraising, but also for posting relevant news and connecting to groups of people otherwise unreached. However, while the two are often used together in the same sentence, Twitter and Facebook […]

Social Media 2009?

As we flip the calendars to January 2009, I wanted to showcase some of the tool predictions that people have speculated about. Beth Kanter posted a great summary of Peter Kim‘s Social Media Predictions of 2009 which collects predictions from a number of social media and nonprofit tech types. But, since we’re all about the […]

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