Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre are hoping to strike gold through establishing an innovation-centered academy at a California university.
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Eventility has published an infographic on four key ways your organization should be incorporating social networking into promoting events.
Will the flood of amateur reporters on social media drown the traditional journalist outlets in a rising tide of crowdsourced news? And, if so, how will nonprofit news sites navigate the current?
Nonprofit data geeks across the interwebs rejoiced last week with the release of the 2013 eNonprofits Benchmarks study.
Organizations often struggle with how to manage all of their social media efforts in a timely manner. Here are some tips from influential leaders in the nonprofit sector.
What are nonprofits measuring in order to understand whether our social media engagement activities are getting us what we want and need to achieve our missions?
Does the reaction to major events on Twitter generally reflect public opinion overall? Not according to a recent Pew report.
Can you guess which nonprofit organization just became the first to chalk up more than one billion views on YouTube?
At recent events in New York City and Washington, D.C., African American millennials gather to share in a more inclusive vision of contemporary philanthropy.
The popular Internet browser Firefox, brought to you by the nonprofit Mozilla Foundation, is about to nix a large category of online ads for its users by blocking third-party cookies.
A conference that consisted almost entirely of male speakers that had been planned in the U.K. is cancelled after a conference organizer delivers an offensive remark.
Is 2013 the year for Google Plus to reinvent the way nonprofits (and others) go about their internal and external communications?
Someone declaring affiliation with Anonymous claims responsibility for hacking into the U.S. Federal Reserve bank and publishing information from more than 4,000 bankers.
The Nielsen Company has released a report depicting the continual growth of social media and related emerging trends throughout the course of 2012.
With over 100 million views, Invisible Children’s Kony 2012 was a viral video sensation last year but the related movement fizzled out. What motivates those who have stuck with it?
Move over, Google? Back away, Bing? The nonprofit Common Crawl is making a gigantic swath of the Web’s data accessible to all at minimal cost.
Nonprofits should keep an eye out for new social media outlets that may be poised to make a splash in 2013.
Social scoring could help organizations evaluate their online audience, but critics raise concerns about a system in which certain online supporters are predetermined to be more important than others.
National Labor Relations Board rules employers can’t fire employees that gripe on social media if the employees are engaged in “concerted activity” for “mutual aid” among workers.
From Apple’s iPhone to Google’s Android, the smartphone market includes fierce competition among for-profit companies. Now, a nonprofit player will enter the fray.
Google Plus communities has the potential to serve as a way for nonprofit to connect their brand, grow their social media presence and track trending topics that their audience is interested in.
There are many mobile apps that can benefit your nonprofit organization without a large outlay of cash or a great deal of organization-wide planning.
Social media can often expand opportunities and has increasingly become a valuable source for finding employment and volunteer opportunities, but it can also hinder some job seekers.
You probably already know that Kony 2012 was the most popular nonprofit video on YouTube last year, but what other videos drew lots of eyeballs to nonprofit missions?
Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer says that new limits on deductions in the wake of the fiscal cliff deal will deter him from giving as much to charity.
What if, instead of thinking big, nonprofits thought small about the actions they want from their social media campaigns?
If or when you signed up to use the popular photography app Instagram, did you think that you would be signing off on your images appearing in advertisements?
An infographic designed by MDG Advertising illustrates the many interesting ways in which social media has played a role in online giving.
Demohour.com, a popular crowdfunding website in China, raises funds for a pretty odd and creative assortment of projects.
Is there something still there in the Invisible Children movement? Or is the Kony 2012 movement so narrowly focused that the mainstream press has deemed it yesterday’s news?
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