MyCharityConnects 2010 was an unbelievable two days packed with great information about all the online world has to offer charities and non-profits: social media, community building, mobile giving ... and so much more! Attendees learned all about using the internet to fulfill their mission. Whether they were a fundraiser, marketer, program developer, Executive Director (or maybe all of them!), MyCharityConnects 2.010 got them familiar with the stuff they didn't know, moving on the stuff they did, and correctly evaluating the stuff they've done.
Beth Kanter - The Networked Nonprofit: Using Social Media Effectively to Power Social Change
Jaime woo - Telling Powerful Stories Online
Jane Zhang - The 10 Things You Must Do Online and the 10 Things You Can Do for Free
Marco Campana - Make It Stop Or Bring It On? Filtering the Information Overload
Kirstin Beardsley - Setting the Boundaries: Developing Social Media Policies for Your Organization
Peter Flaschner - Making a Break Through All the Clutter and Noise: Online Marketing Today and Tomorrow
Eric Squair - When Bad Websites Happen to Good Charities: Is Your Website Costing You Donors?
Darren Barefoot - Measuring Social Media Success: Making It Worth It
Eric Rardin - This Ain’t Your Mama’s Newsletter: How to Get Your Email Campaigns Noticed
Mark Blumberg - Social Media, Charity Compliance and Risk Management
Kevin Cantafio - The Power of Innovation
Dale Tomlinson & Louise Bellingham - From Dating to Commitment: Online Fundraising at its Best
Archana Sridhar - If You Fail to Plan, You Plan to Fail: Developing a Social Media Strategy
Corinne Rusch-Drutz, Andrew Delaware & Michelle Hamilton Page - Beyond Mobile Giving: Using Mobile as a Tool for Social Engagement
Matt Thompson - The Power of "Open": Using the Open Web and Social Media to Get Things Done
Mark Farmer & Sean Moffitt - Social Media for Social Change: Mobilizing Change Online
Erin Bury - Build It and They Will Come … NOT! The Fundamentals of Building an Online Community
Anil Patel - Do You Feel Technology is a Source of Frustration or Creativity for Your Organization?