Nonprofits' Use of Social Media in Asia Pacific: Interview with Heather Mansfield, Part 3 of 3

This is the final part of 3-part interview series on social media, nonprofits and Asia Pacific. Microsoft Corporate Citizenship caught up with Heather Mansfield, Principal Blogger of Nonprofit Tech for Good, while in Melbourne, Australia, to get her perspectives on social media and advice for nonprofits in Asia Pacific.To find out more about Microsoft’s resources…

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Nonprofits' Use of Social Media in Asia Pacific: Interview with Heather Mansfield, Part 2 of 3

This is the 2nd part of 3-part interview series on social media, nonprofits and Asia Pacific. Microsoft Corporate Citizenship caught up with Heather Mansfield, Principal Blogger of Nonprofit Tech for Good, while in Melbourne, Australia, to get her perspectives on social media and advice for nonprofits in Asia Pacific. As part of our Technology for Good…

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Social Media with Microsoft New Zealand

In November 2013, Microsoft brought 80 nonprofit representatives together in Christchurch and Wellington, New Zealand, for a full day of training on the effective use of social media.Heather Mansfield, principal writer at Nonprofit Tech for Good, conducted the training to rave reviews. “This was the best social media presentation I’ve attended, and I’ve done a…

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Five Online Fundraising Best Practices for Small NGOs in Developing Countries

The full article was originally posted 10 September 2013 on the Nonprofit Tech for Good Blog by Heather Mansfield. Thanks to Microsoft Citizenship Asia Pacific, I’ve had the great honor to present a series of online fundraising and social media trainings to over three hundred non-governmental organizations (NGOs) throughout Asia Pacific over the last three…

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FREE Webinar:: What Nonprofit Executive Staff Need to Understand About Social Media

Join us for this FREE webinar on Monday, 25 November 2013, at 12:00 PM (Singapore time). Register today! Due to its popularity in May earlier this year, we are once again offering the webinar “What Nonprofit Executive Staff Need to Know About Social Media”.  The foundation of a successful online communications and fundraising campaign is…

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Nonprofits Pioneer Apps for Windows Phone

Special thanks to Heather Mansfield, principal blogger at Nonprofit Tech 2.0. For the full list of 11 nonprofits from her original post, please go here. When nonprofits launch, or consider launching, a smartphone app, most would first create an iPhone or Android app. While launching a third version of a smartphone app is rare, the…

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Webinar: What Nonprofit Executive Staff Need to Know About Social Media

The foundation of a successful online communications and fundraising campaign is built upon a well-designed, well-written website and e-newsletter, as well as a clear understanding of how social media has fundamentally changed how organizations engage and inspire supporters and donors. The content of this webinar is specifically tailored for executive staff in the nonprofit sector,…

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Six Ways Nonprofits Can Use Skype

Skype is an amazing technology. Anyone who travels regularly or who has long-distance friends and family and uses Skype to keep in touch understands that regular video chats can erase the miles instantaneously. With more than 245 million users worldwide, Skype is connecting families, business communities and the nonprofit sector in ways that are transforming our relationships, our work…

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Nonprofits and Social Media: Before You Get Started, Get Organized!

This article was written by Heather Mansfield, founder of Nonprofit Tech 2.0 (Bio) (LinkedIn), author of Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits and owner of DIOSA Communications. Many nonprofits rush into creating profiles on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites without understanding that some of the decisions made during…

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Webinar :: Five Social Media Best Practices for NGOs in South Asia

The Social Web has dramatically changed how non-governmental organizations communicate with supporters, donors and volunteers. Even though a large percentage of NGOs in South Asia now regularly use social media in their online fundraising and communications campaigns, few social media practitioners in the NGO sector have been properly trained on how to best utilize sites…

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