I just wanted to write a quick post to let our loyal readers know that I’ll be on maternity leave starting tomorrow. While I’m caring for my own little activist-in-training, Liza Pike and Mary Rickles will be taking good care of this blog, so please keep reading!
Have you ever attended a totally inspiring and energizing training, webinar, or conference, only to return to “business as usual” once you get back to your desk? If so, you’re not alone!
This post features a few tips for getting the most out of trainings, conferences and webinars, using a learning-by-doing mentality.
Over the years New Media Mentors has had the opportunity to mentor a diverse set of organizations that aspire to take their new media work to the next level. Based on that experience we’ve put together “How to Win the Internet” which can be used as a framework for setting nonprofit organizations up for success online.
If you logged onto Facebook yesterday, odds are you saw a red version of the Human Rights Campaign’s logo in your feed, in support of marriage equality while the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments for and against DOMA and California’s Proposition 8.
According to CNN, about 10 million people saw the image on Facebook. So, how the heck did HRC get millions of people to share their logo (of all things)? This post breaks down what made the campaign a success, and what we can learn from it.
You’ve probably heard by now that Google Reader will be no longer as of July 1, of this year. Here’s a great alternative.
More and more, folks are starting to realize that one size doesn’t fit all. If you want your email subscribers to keep opening your emails, taking action, and moving up the ladder of engagement, you’ve got to make sure the emails they’re receiving are relevant to their lives. One of the ways you can do this is with segmentation. This post explores the many ways you can segment your email list.