Forget MySpace and Facebook and Try Sites for Boomers?

If the boomers have all the money and time for nonprofits, it seems like getting on social networking sites like TeeBeeDee, Multiply, and Eons would be a much better investment of time for nonprofits seeking new donors through social networks than creating MySpace and Facebook pages. This New York Times article describes several recent rounds…

Nonprofit Carnival of T-Day Treats

Michelle Murrain at Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology has posted the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, featuring some Thanksgiving-week treats. You’ll find posts on sustaining online communities, using Facebook, social marketing principles and much more. Next week, the Carnival skips over the pond to London, where a new host, Bryan Miller of Giving in…

Preparing for Your 2007 Annual Report – Free Webinar

I’m hosting another free webinar: Getting Ready to Write Your 2007 Annual Report. As the end of 2007 draws near, nonprofits need to begin thinking about their annual reports for the year. — What information do you need to compile? — What decisions should you be making right now? — What can you put off…

More Reasons to Do Nonprofit Communications Right

Independent Sector has just released Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice, after three years of discussion on the best ways to encourage self-governance and self-regulation in the nonprofit sector. If you receive any foundation funding, you can bet that those funders will insist you adopt these practices and work toward their full implementation. Several…