Month: October 2013

It’s the story, stupid!

Philanthropy411 is currently covering the Communications Network Fall 2013 Annual Conference conference with the help of a blog team.  This is a guest post by Liz Wainger, President of The Wainger Group.  Follow Liz on Twitter – @lizwainger. In the days leading up to the Fall Communications Conference, I was looking forward to reconnecting with friends, …

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Perspective from DownUnder

Philanthropy411 is currently covering the Communications Network Fall 2013 Annual Conference conference with the help of a blog team.  This is a guest post by Avalee Weir, Communications Manager at The Ian Potter Foundation.  Follow along on Twitter – @AvWeir and @IanPotterFdn. As an Aussie attending her first international philanthropy communications conference, I arrived in New …

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Tips on Framing Your Messages to Change the World

Philanthropy411 is currently covering the Communications Network Fall 2013 Annual Conference conference with the help of a blog team.  This is a guest post by Norris West, Director of Strategic Communications at The Annie E. Casey Foundation.  Follow Norris on Twitter – @NorrisWest. This is my second Communications Network conference, and there is little doubt that …

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5 Ways to Hit Your Social Media Stride

Philanthropy411 is currently covering the Communications Network Fall 2013 Annual Conference conference with the help of a blog team.  This is a guest post by  Elizabeth R. Miller, Communications Associate at the Knight Foundation.  Follow Elizabeth on Twitter – @elzbthmllr. What keeps foundations and nonprofits from hitting their stride on social media? It’s actually a variety …

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“Getting Going With Mobile!” Workshop

Philanthropy411 is currently covering the Communications Network Fall 2013 Annual Conference conference with the help of a blog team.  This is a guest post by  Chris Wolz, President/CEO at Forum One Communications.  Follow Chris on Twitter – @cwolz. Helping nurses better serve teenage first-time mothers; providing veterans with access to better supportive services; and improving the …

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