online fundraisingLast week’s post on Fundraising on Facebook from Ethan Austin has attracted some attention.  It was listed in the Top 10 Technology and Social Media Resources for Nonprofits from Connecting Up Australia.  Check out the other 9 resources included on that list.

Here’s a roundup of other recent articles focused on the latest online fundraising trends:

NonProfit Email Marketing: Is Your Organization Ready for an Email Monthly Giving Campaign? from Pamela Grow. This post includes an interview with the director of monthly giving for Best Friends Animal Society.

Social Media & Grantmaking VI: A Member’s Perspective On Twitter from Northern California Grantmakers blog. How the Quixote Foundation is using Twitter.

Social Media Case Study: Facebook plus integrated marketing helps raise $950,000 from Marketing Experiments

Join the Online Fundraising Technology Conversation by Philip King, Fundraising Success Magazine

The Keys to Fundraising on foursquare by Allyson Kapin, posted on Network for Good. This latest social media site focuses on location. Maybe this will get your attention: “I recently did an advocacy, awareness and fundraising campaign called #100X100 using foursquare that raised $25,000 in 24 hours and prompted more than 800 supporters to call their Congressmen,” said Rosenberg.

Case study: Online tools help increase offline (and online) giving by Andy Robinson, from Mal Warwick’s July Newsletter.  Connecting online and offline is important!

3 Surefire Ways to Use Twitter To Promote Your Organization by Julie Stofer, another great article on Network for Good.

Finally, here’s a good reminder from John Haydon to connect with supporters via social media on their terms not yours.

Posted on 19 July 2010

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