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Presentation at San Francisco State University Learning Lab on Oct. 1, 2010, highlighting the tools and resources found on socialbrite.org as well as other social tools for social change.

Presentation at San Francisco State University Learning Lab on Oct. 1, 2010, highlighting the tools and resources found on socialbrite.org as well as other social tools for social change.

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    • Socialbrite & tools you can use LearningLAB Oct. 1, 2010 JD Lasica Founder, Socialbrite.org jd@socialbrite.org
    • Relax! Creative Commons BY photo on Flickr by Tom@HK resources: http://bit.ly/mobilize
    • Why we’re here Nonprofit tech + Causes + Open source + Social media = Socialbrite
    • What we’ll cover 1. What you’ll find at Socialbrite.org 2. Tools for social change
    • Today’s hashtag Creative Commons photo on Flickr by Prakhar Tweet this talk! Hashtag: #rjcLAB10
    • Sharing Center socialbrite.org/sharing-center Also: Law, Gov 2.0, Cause organizations, Open source
    • Free handouts! Be happy!
    • Handout: 40 hashtags for good
    • Handout: 12 social action hubs
    • Handout: Listening dashboard
    • Hundreds of free tutorials
    • Tools for social change
    • Types of campaigns 1. Raise awareness for your cause or enterprise, build authority 2. Sign up new members 3. Raise funds 4. Advocacy: sign petitions 5. Take an action: micro-loans, enlist people to attend an event 6. Find new volunteers or advocates 7. Grow a mailing/newsletter list 8. Attract new Facebook or Twitter followers 9. Ask people to create content on your behalf
    • Campaigns with impact Equality California: Wedding registry SMA: Tweet for a Cure Grassrootsmapping & BP oil spill Human rights in Tunisia Ric O’Barry, “The Cove”
    • CASE STUDY No on 8 Wedding Registry 1,700 couples raised $1 million+ for Equality California
    • CASE STUDY Spinal Muscular Atrophy Slide show on Photobucket
    • CASE STUDY Tweet for a Cure 2,867 people have tweeted reaching 1.6 million followers http://gwendolynstrongfoundation.org/twitter
    • CASE STUDY Grassroots Mapping Balloon aerial images of Gulf Oil Spill funded by Kickstarter grassrootsmapping.org
    • CASE STUDY Visual storytelling campaign Human rights in Tunisia
    • Other campaigns with impact National Wildlife Federation raised $100,000 using social media after Gulf Oil Spill. Red Cross’s Text Haiti campaign raised $32 million. Oxfam UK received $50,000 via link in YouTube video posted day after Haiti quake. Visible Children Scholarship Program: 700 kids in Uganda receiving scholarships & mentoring.
    • Use the Sharing Economy Free content! Free resources! Free photos Socialbrite.org/sharing-center Free videos Creativecommons.org Free music & audio Techsoup Free software & platforms! Free expertise! WordPress & its plug-ins BarCamp Open Office 3.0 PodCamp Drupal, Joomla & other WordCamp open source platforms Social Media Ubuntu Linux OS Club Kaltura for video
    • T O O L S Creative Commons Creativecommons.org • Rich source of free commercial & noncommercial images • Flickr: 156 million Attribution, Noncommercial, No Derivatives & ShareAlike licenses • Use them for your blog, website, email or print newsletter, presentations, etc. • Don’t just take. Share! flickr.com/creativecommons
    • T O O L S Use social love handles Socialize your campaign with plug-ins, widgets
    • T O O L S Darfur & Google Earth Crisis in Darfur: Using Google Earth
    • T O O L S Google Earth’s historical layers Historic Centre of Warsaw, 1945 & today
    • T O O L S Do-good widgets Create a widget on Causes.com or create your own
    • T O O L S Online visualizations Tea Party’s ‘Contract From America’ word cloud on manyeyes manyeyes.alphaworks.ibm.com
    • T O O L S Online visualizations manyeyes Make your story more visual: Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ testimony before Congress. manyeyes.alphaworks.ibm.com
    • Tools & resources What you’ll find on Socialbrite (shortcut: bit.ly/mobilize) 24 online fundraising sites Top cause organizations Free reports Free photo, music, video directories Collaboration & project management tools Geolocation tools Free tutorials on the best way to use Facebook, Twitter & blogs How to use mobile strategically Tons more. All free & shareable.
    • Biggest resource: Your supporters
    • Let’s keep talking JD Lasica, Socialbrite.org email: jd@socialbrite.org Twitter: @jdlasica Resources at bit.ly/mobilize Bookmarks at delicious.com/socialmediacamp/mobilize Presentation at slideshare.net/jdlasica