Happy 2013! It’s a new year and the possibilities for effective online organizing are endless. In the spirit of new beginnings, resolutions, and all of that, here are 5 things you should consider trying this year to boost your online organizing work.
Fast Company recently released a set of social media “rules” authored by experts and crowdsourced via Twitter. The list is easy to scan and maybe even worth printing and hanging above your desk if your organization uses social media.
Many nonprofits and small organizations have jumped on the social media bandwagon because ‘everyone else is there’ or because their competition is doing it. But those aren’t good reasons to go at it without a plan and you owe it to yourself to put some structure in place. This post walks you through developing a social media toolkit for your organization.
You're a busy organizer. We're scouring the Internet for the best new media strategies and tactics and sharing our success stories from our own programs and partnerships. Read more about what we do here.
Netroots Foundation brings together online citizens across America, injects progressive voices into the national conversation and advances the values of justice, equality and community in our nation’s politics. With technology, the information revolution and online communities changing the very nature of civic engagement, we seek to accelerate the understanding and support of this fundamental shift in participatory democracy.