from Nonprofit Geekery:
The annual SXSW Interactive conference in Austin, TX – which brings together tech geeks, social media peeps, and other online folk – wrapped-up yesterday after five intense and inspirational days. I attended a bunch of sessions focused on how nonprofits, in particular, can take advantage of technology to meet their mission – here’s a short-list of ten things that really stuck:
1. Tell stories about your constituents that speak to the heart and inspire action.
2. Ensure cross-channel brand and message consistency.
3. Make sure your website behaves like an approachable and likable person.
4. Experiment frequently and iterate rapidly.
[You can read the complete post for an in-depth look]