Pittsburgh Non-Profits


Non-Profit Summit Presentation

Below is the Non-Profit Summit presentation, as promised. Sorry for the delay in getting this up. Hope you find it helpful. If any of us can help in anyway, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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What is Social Media?
September 28, 2009, 2:11 am
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Common Craft provides great plain English videos on a variety of internet topics. Here’s one focusing on Social Media. It’s a great resource for non-profits, or any professional needing a high-level overview of such topics.

To check out all of these great videos, visit Common Craft on YouTube.



How to Sell Social Media to Cynics, Skeptics & Luddites

Need help selling social media to skeptics who are higher up on the corporate ladder? The interactive insights group posted a list of resources for helping you determine ROI and prove that the Web 2.0 is here to stay.



3 Tools to Make Social Media Manageable
September 21, 2009, 2:13 am
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Between checking tweets, updating Facebook pages and uploading photos to Flickr, it’s a wonder social-media users have time for anything else, Adam Pash writes. These three aggregation tools simplify the process: Streamy offers a single interface to manage all those networks, Flock is a browser that integrates social media into your Web surfing, and FriendFeed combines 58 services. Read more
PC World



19 Daily Social Media Chores

Once you’ve made a commitment to social media, there are a host of daily chores required to maintain a steady presence. Chris Brogan offers 19 daily tasks that extend across various platforms. On Twitter, they include following 10 new people and re-tweeting 7 posts. Next, check birthdays on Facebook and reply to wall comments. Provide a recommendation on LinkedIn and reply to comments on your blog. Read more

Chris Brogan