Monthly Archives: July 2014

Visual Media: If Facebook and YouTube Had a Baby

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Tonight, in partnership with the Social Media Club of Portland, Jessica and I gave a training to a group of Portlanders working to make the world better—and trying to figure out how to use visual media, social media’s new frontier, to do it. Visual media, we shared, is essentially, social media 2.0—the intersection of our very visual world

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Reflecting on my Top Lessons Learned at Prichard

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First, press play. Then continue reading the post. It’s with heavy fingers that I write my final blog post for Prichard. This fall, I’ll be heading to graduate school at Portland State University for double master’s degrees in Urban Planning and Public Health. My ultimate goal is to work to make livable cities that are

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7 Online Survey Secrets Every Nonprofit Should Know

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One of the smartest investments you can make in your nonprofit’s communications program is to ask the people you serve what they think using an online survey. An online survey can help you meet the needs of your members, volunteers and donors better, and avoid wasting time and money on services that don’t interest them.

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