Roundup for April 2010

April 22, 2010 at 10:48 am

The roundup for this month is divided up by topics. They are websites and blogs, social media and video, volunteers/volunteering,  and other topics.

Websites and Blogs

Is your website accessible? (Nonprofit SOS)

Portrait of a Website Superstar: The Blog (Talance Friendly Web Tools Blog)

4 Winning Elements of a Navigable Site (Talance Friendly Web Tools Blog)

Is your navigation representative of your entire site? (Connection Café)

10 Commandments of User Experience (Connection Café)

A New Website, Glasspockets, Encourages Foundations to Fully Disclose, Too (Seeking Grant Money Today)

Social Media and Video

Webinar Recap: Social Media and Volunteer Engagement (Engaging Volunteers)

Social Media Campaigns are Data Driven (NetCentric Advocacy)

Social Media Advice By the Numbers (The Accidental Marketer)

Social Media Proves to be a Lifeline for People with Disabilities (Community Options, Inc.)

YouTube Nonprofit Program (ChangeMatters)


Service Rx: The Health Benefits of Volunteering (Engaging Volunteers)

Engaging Volunteers in Your Marketing Efforts: An Important Strategy (Talance Friendly Web Tools Blog)

Making the most of high-skill volunteers: initial thoughts (The Nonprofiteer)

Other Topics

2009 Nonprofit Benchmarks: How Does your Organization Measure Up (frogloop)

Fundraising “above the fold” (happy donors)

Social Media Can Help Cause Marketing (A Volunteer’s Guide to Changing the World)

Charitable Giving by the Generations ( Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

Wired Magazine praises Cancer Research UK’s MyProjects crowdfunding site (Giving in a digital world)

The Good, The Bad, The Logo (Talance Friendly)

Shall We Play a Game? Interactive Adventures in Social Marketing (Spare Change)


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