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Must-Have Technologies

Axelson Symposium May 13, 2010 North Park University
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Jon Boyd

on 13 May 2010

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Transcript of Must-Have Technologies

Must-Have Technologies for Nonprofits with Jon Boyd, Online Media Manager
North Park University
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jboyd@octothorp.us This session Five points
A “flight”
Resources identified at http://8to.me/axelson10 technology ≠ “stuff that needs electricity”
two principles: people and purpose Technology Up-to-date computers and software
Training (books and events)
Collaboration tools
CRM systems
Backups! Your website Content-management system
WordPress

Content
“Content Strategy for the Web”

Extra credit: Mobile-friendly
“How to Detect Mobile Devices” Social media People getting what they need from each other.

The importance of purpose
Read “Groundswell”

Doing it badly
“Mistakes You Can Avoid”

Social media is social
Read “The Cluetrain Manifesto” Broadcast email Communicate, get permission, track (and learn).

Use a service
MailChimp, Constant Contact
Call to action Online giving Let people give online
Read up
Network for Good, PayPal, Google Checkout, Authorize.net
Your bank

Tangents: Square, Wufoo Video is huge. Get started making online videos.
Brainstorm, have fun, and plan
Good light, good sound, and overshoot
Edit to hold people’s attention
Share widely and watch how they do

Reading
“What YouTube Is Really All About”
“Thinking in Pictures” Video Learning

Purpose

People
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