Weekly Roundup for March 8

Weekly Roundup for March 8

Happy Friday. As always, we provide a quick round-up of links from the week that you may have missed. Follow our Tumblr for other interesting news.

  • The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s podcast looks into the challenges that charities face when asking employees to create a public and private online personas.
  • When Instagram was purchased by Facebook, a conflict arose between Twitter and Instagram. This infographic captures the data and suggests some potential changes in your strategy.
  • WordPress launched a new program for businesses that might be appealing for some small and mid-sized nonprofits looking to refresh their website.
  • Any key personnel change at a major Foundation creates a ripple across the nonprofit space. That was the case when Luis Ubiñas, president of the Ford Foundation announced he will be leaving the foundation in September.
  • Do you wish that data in the social sector connected more cohesively – like legos? So do we. And so does Lucy Bernholz in here latest blog piece that also shares information about the Grand Challenge of Data Interoperability proposals.
  • As we’re currently highlighting some of our favorite blog posts from the last year, this week’s was a post about the power of thanks. NPQ highlights some unique and personal ways that other organizations thank their volunteers.

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