Links for Non Profits:

Download the PDF
Follow David on twitter
Contact David's contact info

Newest links:
3/16/09 10 Ways Social Media Will Change in 2009
3/17/09 Chris Brogan at SXSW on using Social Media for Social Good

Be sure to watch this video below - it's very good!

A quick talk from a co-founder of Twitter on how new uses are emerging.

 

SXSW conference speakers : Social Media Nonprofit ROI

Follow these speakers on twitter!
Beth Kanter Consultant, Beth's Blog
Danielle Brigida Assoc Ops Coord, National Wildlife Federation
Wendy Harman Social Media, American Red Cross Bay Area
Carie Lewis Internet Mktg Mgr, Humane Society of US
David Neff Director ... American Cancer Society
Katie Paine KDPaine & Partners
Holly Ross Exec Dir , NTEN Nonprofit Technology Network

Here's the video from the event:

SXSW: Social Media Nonprofit ROI Poetry Slam - Slides, Links, and Poems (long)

The video below is Chris Brogan at SXSW on using Social Media for Social Good http://tinyurl.com/dxrldx

 

 

Videos from the AAF-CC Event:

 

 

Romeo the twittering cat
twitter
blog
NYTimes

10 Twitter Tips for Nonprofit Organizations

Media Contacts

Here's the most current list of media outlets from the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce:
http://www.myrtlebeachareachamber.com/media/docs/MBACCMediaContactList.pdf

 

How-to Videos on Social Media

Blogs in Plain English

Twitter in Plain English

Social Media in Plain English

Online Photo Sharing in Plain English


Slide shows on Social Media

What is social media? And why should non profits care?

PRSA Conf Social Media Q&A


Seth Godin on Social Media

Ode: How to tell a great story
Write like a blogger


Upcoming Webinars

DIOSA | Communications Webinars

For Nonprofit Organizations:
April 7 @ 10am PST: How Nonprofit Organizations Can Successfully Use Facebook and YouTube
April 14 @ 10am PST: How Nonprofit Organizations Can Successfully Use MySpace
April 21 @ 10am PST: How Nonprofit Organizations Can Successfully Use Twitter and Flickr

3/17 @ 2PM EST Getting Started In Social Media Without Freaking Out


Websites (info on Nonprofit social media)

http://nonprofits.change.org

Word of Mouth Marketing: http://gaspedal.com

 

Twitter (a micro blog - just text)

http://twitter.com/nonprofitorgs

http://twitter.com/nptechblogs

Search Bio's on twitter: http://tweetscan.com

Twitter To Go: How one local coffee shop used Twitter to double their clientele.

A big list of twitter tools:


Tumblr (a mini blog - text, photos, video & more)

Tumblr How To Video:


Blogger and WordPress (big blogs!)
http://www.blogger.com
http://wordpress.com


Facebook (sign up here)

A list of organizations with FaceBook Groups:
(click on Non-Profits)
http://www.facebook.com/pages

Notes on how to use Facebook for a non-profit:


LinkedIn
LinkedIn Groups
Web 2.0 for Nonprofit Organizations
check these links:
http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=1172477&trk=anet_ug_hm:
http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=1172477&trk=anet_ug_grppro


Free Tools

A blog for FREE online tools and resources
http://rankraiser.com/rr

Simple web-based software products
http://www.37signals.com



Non Profit Examples

The Global Awareness Project
Blog:
FaceBook

Church At Charlotte
Facebook
website
blog
twitter (church)
twitter (pastor)
tweetcast this is a live tweetcast from the church. By sending a tweet with a #sign,
you can create a searchable #word/term that can be found/followed easily.

Center for Women - Charleston, SC
Facebook
web
bolg
LinkedIn
Myspace

Romeo the twittering cat
twitter
blog
NYTimes

Liquid Highway
Saving Lives One Cup at a Time.
web
twitter
Facebook

 

Contact David Benardo
Tumblr
LinkedIn
Facebook
Plaxo
Twitter
email
phone 843-455-2626
Pinkerton South

btw if I follow you on twitter and you send me a direct message it will go right to my phone!
To send me, or anyone a direct message (that only they will see) start your message with a lower-case "d" followed by the recipients name.
Like this: d username Your message.
Remember "they" need to follow you for this to work.

To send "anyone" a message on twitter, format like this @username Your message.
Make sure there is no space between the @ and the username.
Keep in mind that anyone can view this message if they want - it's not private.

It's best to click on the reply button to send a message or cut-and-paste to spell the username correctly.