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[Net2 Victoria] Google for Nonprofits

Google for Nonprofits (formally Google Grants) offers nonprofit organizations free products and advertising. This includes free access to Google Apps as well as free advertising via AdWords and enhanced video tools for YouTube. NetSquared Victoria recently invited Dylan Touhey of One Net Marketing to provide an introduction to Google for Nonprofits.
 
 
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5 Quick Ways to Improve Your Nonprofit Email Newsletter

Email is not dead and despite what you may think, it should play a critical part in your fundraising and marketing strategy. READ MORE

elijah

How to Recruit an Event Co-Producer for Your NetSquared Group

Coming up with an event idea every month is a big job, but you don’t have to do it alone!

Recruiting a co-organizer is the ideal solution, but the ongoing commitment might scare some people off. Your members may be reluctant to commit to being a permanent member of your organizing team, but everyone has something that they're passionate about. Invite your members to co-produce a single event! READ MORE

Topics: net2, tips
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Thoughts on a NetSquared trophy

Photo of Net2 trophy, printed using 3d printerThe trophy pictured here is more than what it seems.

It shows the potential for us as global citizens to share good ideas and practical tools to make the world a better place. Anyone with a 3-D printer and crafty fingers can print off and construct the trophy. READ MORE

Topics: #net2, sharing
JoeSolomon

9 Tips for Rocking out Your Own Storytellers Team.

Post by Mary Schellentrager and Joe Solomon, Energy Action Coalition

Over at Energy Action Coalition, we’ve had tremendous fun with bringing together “Storyteller Teams” at big events. What’s a storyteller team, you ask? It’s a grassroots team of people who are dedicated to using the power of social media to share and promote movement stories from a conference or event. We’ve had kick-ass Storyteller Teams at Power Shift ‘13 and the San Francisco Divestment Convergence, and together, these teams have reached and inspired hundreds of thousands of people.

Storyteller Teams don’t just happen on their own - they require some planning and recruiting and training and good old cat herding. Below are 9 tips (or rather, lessons we’ve learned) for recruiting and unleashing completely all-star storyteller teams.

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