7 Amazing Nonprofit Social Media Decks on SlideShare
December 22, 2009
My work in the nonprofit sector is focused on training, consulting, and blogging. I do a lot of presentations - either as part of training or to illustrate blog posts. It has been over three years since I first discovered Slideshare and it was love at first site.
Slideshare remains one of my most valuable social media tools and networks. Here's why:
- Easy Sharing of Content: People ask me for copies of my slides and all I have to do is point them to my decks.
- Connections To People/Ideas: Slideshare gives me access to presentations and people who are sharing valuable insights for nonprofits that I would not typically come across. You can add decks to your favorites, join groups, browse your friends decks, check out the featured slide shows or follow keywords. I'm not stuck in a sector silo.
The invitation to write guest posts on SlideShare about interesting nonprofit related slideshows was something I could not resist. I'll be sharing some of the best nonprofit decks, users, or groups that I find.
This slide deck is from Danielle Brigida who is an online network weaver for the National Wildlife Federation. This deck is a remix another slide show from a group of network weavers who are exploring the network weaving possibilities of slideshare.
This deck comes from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County in Florida and is primer that covers the basics of social media and commonly used social media tools.
This deck is from a webinar hosted by Zero Divide with Cheryl Contee on Social Media Campaigns. The deck covers social media and nonprofits from an advocacy campaign perspective.
This deck was created by Maddie Grant from Social Fish. It covers the tactical steps for three strategies listening, building relationships, and building community.
There is an inherrent tension been strategy and tactics. Sometimes we just want to do it. Here are 50 easy tips for implementing social media from Chad Norman at Blackbaud.
Susan Tenby is the Online Community Director at TechSoup. This deck shares her wisdom over the years of facilitating online communities of nonprofit technology practitioners.
This comes from CommunityOrganizer2.0. It's a single slide she used to illustrate this post about changes in online fundraising platforms.
Beth Kanter is the author of Beth's Blog, one of the most popular and longest running nonprofit and social media blogs. Beth is a Visiting Scholar at The David and Lucile Packard Foundation.