Weekly Roundup: April 10

Links to the articles I’ve reviewed and posted to Twitter between April 4 – April 10, 2011.  This week’s topics include:  U.S. Regulations  •  Governance & Strategy  •  Fundraising & Marketing  •  Social Media & Internet

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Form 990 Governance Policies: Is it better to check “yes” or “no”? by Nonprofitlawyer http://ow.ly/1sm3ce via GTak

Nytimes op-ed wants advocacy nonprofitorgs to adhere to stricter rules & regulations http://ow.ly/1soFAE via GTak

Nonprofit lawyer Jack Siegel disagrees just a tad with previously mentioned Nytimes op-ed http://ow.ly/1soFCZ via GTak


Your nonprofit having audit? Summaries, definitions & tips from NAFund http://ow.ly/1soqiD via KateSBarr

Nonprofitorgs: Nonprofits Must Stand Up and Fight for Themselves, or Perish http://ow.ly/1soqzc

Making Ideas Happen: 5 concepts for moving ideas forward in your nonprofit org, by Askdebra http://ow.ly/1srpiL


Subtle yet significant: Tactphil analyzes 3 approaches to effective philanthropyhttp://ow.ly/1slSx1 on SSIReview

Michigan Study: cause-marketing leads to reduced charitable giving, on Philanthropy http://ow.ly/1sm9sd via Nonprofitlawyer

Joewaters offers rebuttal to previously mentioned Michigan Study about negative impacts of cause marketing http://ow.ly/1smdXT

In cause marketing, transparency is key (by BrighterCause): Article via JoeWaters


Impressive list of Mobile Storytelling tools & apps from Langwitches http://ow.ly/1snZuT via Rachelmabrahams

Social Media Policy Best Practices: Trust Is Cheaper Than Control, by Kanter http://ow.ly/1srpfc




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