There’s a difference between a story, and a story that moves people to action. Karen Dietz explains how you get to tell the second type of story by asking the right kind of questions and listening.
Posts Tagged: awareness
Are you making the most of your metadata? Not sure? No? Get some simple tips here. Yes, we said simple.
If you’re a PR, you need to know how to reach out to journalists on social media. Natan Edelsburg has some tips for you.
One way for nonprofits to stand out is to use more video in their communications. And it’s not as daunting or costly as it might seem. Take inspiration from the upcoming Lights. Camera. Help. Nonprofit Film Festival on September 12-14 in Austin, Texas. Follow the festival on Twitter at #LCH2012 or subscribe to the event Paper.li which will be… Read more »
With technology advancing as quickly as it is, there is often a sense that academia and education will be left in the dust. Professors can be seen as being out of touch with the youth they teach, isolated from the tech-savvy world, and all-around outdated in their methods. However, Bhupesh Shah may have something to… Read more »
What do you want to say about social media? Here are 14 viewpoints you can agree or disagree with.Then add your own.
While political turmoil grabs the headlines in Egypt, Iman Bibars and her team at Ashoka are quietly fostering social change through encouraging and enabling social entrepreneurship. Iman is the Regional Director in the Arab world of Ashoka, which actively promotes social entrepreneurship to tackle specific real-world issues. Tell us about the type of social business… Read more »
Jay Frost has been living and breathing philanthropy for 25 years, most recently as President and CEO of FundraisingInfo.com. He’s also a speaker, consultant and author on philanthropy, fundraising and social media working out of Washington D.C. He has a strong message for nonprofits: learn how to ask for money on social media. He tells… Read more »
What better use for a Paper.li than bringing together many people who are physically isolated and giving them news to look forward to? The Carers newspaper does a great job.
There’s a place for curation in news organisations. Media are starting to look for the right mix.