Nonprofits can now find additional support and get their top LinkedIn questions answered in real time by attending LinkedIn for Nonprofits' new live webinars. Available through the LinkedIn for Nonprofits Resource Hub, these webinars take place regularly and are designed to help nonprofits get the most out of free LinkedIn features.
With over 900 million global members, LinkedIn can be an ideal platform for nonprofits to find and connect with new donors, supporters, board members, potential hires, and more. The LinkedIn for Nonprofits Resource Hub can help, equipping nonprofits with the knowledge and support they need to make the most of free LinkedIn features. Visit the Resource Hub today to learn more.
The LinkedIn for Nonprofits Resource Hub is a free, curated collection of guides, best practices, live webinars, and more that equips global nonprofit professionals with the knowledge and support they need to help their organizations get the most out of free LinkedIn features to further their mission.
July 27, 2009, MediaPost — Marketers that are frustrated with targeting specific age groups or demographics in Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and LinkedIn could glean insight from a recent study by Anderson Analytics.
Profiles, tweets, widgets, avatars, oh my! Social networking has created a wild new world. Given that newness, it’s easy for organizations to get caught up in the notion that they need to reinvent the wheel when it comes to engaging with constituents.
Margelina, my long-lost Second Life avatar, has a friend! Her name is TinaLouise Serendipity. I created her because I couldn’t remember Margelina’s password. So they’re more like stepsisters and, actually, they have yet to meet.
Redondo Beach, CA, May 3, 2009 — A study conducted by Tufts University’s Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE) found an increasingly declining trend in teen volunteer activity for the years 2005 through 2007. In an effort to assist volunteer coordinators and nonprofits dependent upon volunteers, Jesse Torres, bank executive, lifelong volunteer and recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award, today provided to nonprofit organizations the five rules to maintaining long-lasting volunteer participation.
For fundraisers, the first quarter of the year is as much a time to look back as ahead. It’s a time to find out how year-end appeals tallied up, to assess how winter events performed and perhaps to report back to the board on what it all means.