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Take Charge of Your Editorial Process as Air Traffic Control

Submitted on Mon, 11/11/2013 - 5:35pm
Looking for a way to manage all of the different kinds of content that are coming in to your organization? Whether or not you’ve been able to formalize your organization’s content strategy (perhaps starting with these core elements of content strategy), having someone in your organization in the role of Air Traffic Control gives you a way to effectively manage your editorial process.

Member Appreciation Month Week 1 Roundup: Webinars, winners, and what's ahead this week!

Submitted by Julia Smith on Mon, 11/11/2013 - 12:00pm

Member Appreciation Month is in full swing here at NTEN! Last week was full of webinars that were free for members, giveaways, community members sharing their #ntenthanks, plus the important question: "Star Trek, or Star Wars? Check out the latest we have in store this week.

Singing out the #ntenthanks!

Submitted by Megan on Fri, 11/08/2013 - 6:11pm

These are the moments where we just want to sing a big #ntenthanks.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Setting up an Internal Content Creation Machine

Submitted on Fri, 11/8/2013 - 10:57am
"Content creation is a real challenge for organizations of all sizes - often your go-to-staff copywriter has her hands full and may not have the subject matter expertise or bandwidth to tackle every new blog or article idea. So we tried something new at Idealist Consulting this fall - give incentives to any employee who submits content that follows specific guidelines. Here's what we learned along the way."

2013 NTEN Community Survey Report

Report published November 1, 2013 in NPTech Community

The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) conducts an annual Community Survey to find out more about the individuals and organizations in the NTEN community: we want to find out how these individuals and organizations use technology in their work, gauge the impact of NTEN programs and services on their professional development and their organization’s missions, and track trends in the nonprofit technology community over time.

> Download the 2013 NTEN Community Survey Report

Celebrate NTEN's November's Member Appreciation Month and show your #ntenthanks!

Submitted by Megan on Thu, 10/24/2013 - 8:05am

Thanksgiving isn't just for turkeys and pumpkin pie - it's our time to say thank you to our NTEN members. Get ready for our Member Appreciation Month celebration of our members all throughout November!

The 11th Issue of NTEN: Change is out: Managing Through the Noise

Submitted by Michael on Mon, 10/14/2013 - 8:52am

Have you looked outside your organization lately? It’s a busy and crowded world out there filled with digitally empowered, independent individuals that could collectively be your next wave of support.

Amidst the competition for donations, actions, and engagement, how can nonprofits with limited resources successfully amplify their mission and cut through the noise?

Product Spotlight: Making the Case for Mobile

Today, lots of potential donors are using mobile devices to find what they need, to assess their options, to make decisions, and to connect with causes they care about. Nonprofit organizations who start embracing mobile now will be the ones best able to capture support for their efforts. Let us help you understand this mobile transition so you don't get left behind. Learn more »

Webinar: Content Marketing for Nonprofits

Do you hear the call of the wild? Join expert Kivi Leroux Miller as she shares how to recognize, develop, deploy, and evaluate your nonprofit communications approach. If you’ve always wanted to learn why content marketing is different, this session is for you! Learn more »

Ask the Expert: Working With Remote Staff

When you are looking to work with the best people, having a remote team may be the only option. Join Speek co-founder and CTO Danny Boice, who will talk about the challenges Speek has faced with a team located outside of their offices, and how they’ve worked to bring their staff closer together. Learn more »