If you attended today's Social Media Panel at the Denver Public Library on May 18, 2011, here is a rough blog with the links to the Websites, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels of the panelists, as well as resources suggested by Jamie Genosis and Janine Gracie:
FOOD BANK OF THE ROCKIES
Food Bank of the Rockies Website
Food Bank of the Rockies on Twitter (@foodbankrockies)
THE FELINE FIX, A PROGRAM OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN CAT ALLIANCE
The Feline Fix on Twitter (@thefelinefix)
Nurse Nancy Presents: Condom Demonstration with a Live Cat
Angie from The Feline Fix: "Put your videos on YouTube and then bring them over to Facebook so that you get a nice photo frame [instead of a black box]."
Jamie from The Foodbank of the Rockies: "Needs to be a conversation. Not thanking someone for retweeting is considered rude on Twitter."
RESOURCES SUGGESTED BY JAMIE GENOSIS:
Tools for scheduling your tweets:
American Marketing Association
Social Media Explorer
Janine Gracie from Health Set: "Our email newsletter has saved us many dollars in direct mail marketing ... It keeps our donors in contact with us."
Constant Contact email marketing newsletter
NON-PROFIT DONATION SITES:
Black Tie Colorado
mGive - Fundraising through SMS and Text- donations are charged to users cell phone bill
To receive a mobile business card from Amy Kwon at mGive, text "akwon" to "50555"
Amy: "Cell phones are within reach 19 hours a day."
mGive on Twitter (@mgive)
Colorado Preservation, Inc. is one of mGive's client.
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA RESOURCES:
"50 Social Media Tips for Non-Profits" on Penn Olsen.com.
"Tweet for Good: Tweet to be Retweeted" by Gretchen Vaughn on the SM Cubed Consulting Blog
"Tweet for Good part 2: Engage the Crowd" by Gretchen Vaughn on the SM Cubed Consulting Blog