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This blog post was written by our Marketing Intern, Meghan Bisbey. You can follow her on Twitter @MeghanBisbey.
In case you missed last week’s Nonprofit Technology Conference the folks at rally.org created a visual summary of the 2012 NTC. Ironically (or perhaps not so ironically) one of the emerging trends in nonprofit tech is the visualization of an organization’s impact using infographics, video, and other digital storytelling tools.
Along with the NTC, NTEN released its 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Study. Don’t have time to download or read the entire report? Frank Berry has compiled the top 12 take-a-ways. Or, to continue on the visual bandwagon, visual.ly designed an infographic that highlights the report’s key findings.?
The poster child for nonprofit visual storytelling, Invisible Children, is back with KONY 2012 Part 2. While KONY 2012 may have convinced you of the importance of a PR crisis plan, Kayla Cromer explains why it is also improtant to be ready to respond quickly to positive social media buzz.
Just for fun, have you seen YouTube’s most-shared ad in March? It’s a two-year old dancing the jive.
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