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How Ngo’S Use Sharing Sites

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Photo Sharing and Video Sharing sites

Photo Sharing and Video Sharing sites

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  • 1. By Clinton Liederman How Non-profits use Sharing Sites?
  • 2. Sharing sites outcomes
    • At the end of this section you will:
    • Understand the benefit of using photo and video-sharing sites for your organization
    • Be able to find and share photos and videos
  • 3. What is Photo Sharing?
    • Photo sharing is the publishing or transfer of a user’s digital photos online. This functionality is provided through both websites and applications that facilitate the upload and display of images. (Wikipedia)
    There are currently over 20 photo-share websites on the internet
  • 4. 500,000 registered users 100,000 registered users 50,000,000 registered users 26,000,000 registered users
  • 5.
    • One of the worlds best online photo management and sharing apps
    • Free account to upload photographs and to use the site to store, share and explore photos (up to 100 MB per month)
    • Members can
      • Upload and download photos
      • Join and create groups
      • Participate in discussions
      • Connect to people and can widen your organizations online connections through photo-sharing
  • 6. How your Non-profit can use Flickr
    • Present your Non-profit via Flickr
      • “ A picture is worth a thousand words”
      • Post pictures about your cause and spread your story
      • Connect with your supporters and start a Flickr group
      • Encourage everyone to comment and give their feedback on the photos
      • Don’t worry if you are a small Non-profit and don’t have a lot of pictures to post. The few you have will help show supporters your work towards your mission
  • 7. Continued…
    • Share your event
      • Upload event photos
      • Encourage your attendees to do the same
      • Exposed to a wider audience than if you just added them to your website
    • Engage. Be known by your volunteers
      • Encourage volunteers to share photos, ideas and stories allows your Non-profit to take advantage of the creativity of as many people as possible
  • 8. What is Video Sharing?
    • A video hosting service allows individuals to upload video clips to an internet website. The website, mainly used as the video hosting website , is usually called the video sharing website . (Wikipedia)
    There are currently over 60 video-share websites on the Internet
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • You Tube is poised to become one of the most influential websites on the internet.
    • Free account to upload videos and to use the site to store and explore videos (unlimited amount of content that they can upload.)
    • Members can
      • Upload and download videos
      • Leave comments
  • 11. How video can be used to support your cause?
    • A great way to find resources on issues related to your work
    • Videos are a great way to effectively explain complex issues in a concise and entertaining way.
    • You can share explanations about your cause and why it is important
  • 12. Twitter: @Clinton316 Linkedin: Clinton316 Facebook: Clinton Liederman Skype: Clintonliederman gmail: clintonliederman@gmail.com

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