“Know how to listen,” Plutarch supposedly suggested, “and you will profit even from those who talk badly.” Even a not-for-profit organization can benefit from that advice, and many seem to be practicing it on Twitter. We’ve collected a few relevant tweets below—including some by people and organizations quoted in this month’s cover story, “Helping Hands." CRM magazine can be found at www.twitter.com/CRM; live-twittering and links to blogposts are at www.twitter.com/destinationCRM. Reach us directly by starting your tweet with @CRM.
Young Nonprofit Leaders Say “More Feedback, Please”: Constructive feedback viewed as key to retention but rarely given http://sn.im/nonprofit0210d
Three Reasons Why Nonprofits Should Give a Tweet: http://sn.im/nonprofit0210g
@taddruart [director of corporate communications and marketing at Convio]:
[@Atlantic_Online’s] “Political Tech Innovation of the Decade” includes #convio http://sn.im/nonprofit0210a
[Editors’ Note: At press time, YouTube was leading in a landslide, with 49 percent of the votes.]
It would take 3 Frenchmen to equal the charitable giving of an American. This and other giving facts at: http://sn.im/nonprofit0210e
Been working on a newsletter today using Convio. I think I’m getting the hang of it (Convio). Emphasis on the “think” part.
Do you know of any NP mobile apps? @Kanter outlined American Cancer Society’s: http://sn.im/nonprofit0210f (VERY cool), are there others?
Nonprofit 2009 Social Media Round-up http://sn.im/nonprofit0210b
Trying to find a good CRM software for free to use for my nonprofit. I’m not happy with the system we’re using now...
How to Develop an Effective Strategic Fundraising Plan http://sn.im/nonprofit0210c