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11 Disruptors Creating Social Change to Follow on Twitter

November 26, 2013

Hey, it’s easy to get overwhelmed thinking about all of the big problems that need fixing in the world. With issues like bad actors preventing folks from voting  and the search for news we can trust, how do we expect to react to colossal disasters, global health crises, and other really big stuff? The deal… Read more »


Infographic: What News Sources Do People Trust?

February 23, 2012

Folks, as you may know, I've been doing a lot of work with good orgs who are doing factchecking work, and voter protection. As the nation gears up for the general election in November, and news outlets increasingly cover campaign stops and primary results, my craigconnects team asked the polling firm Lincoln Park Strategies to… Read more »

Who Rules Social Media
Who Rules Social Media

Who Rules Social Media? A Look At Social Media Impact By Nonprofit Issues

November 8, 2011

So, a few weeks ago, the craigconnects team researched how the top 50 nonprofits do social media. We decided to dig a little deeper to find how nonprofits by area of focus use social media and what kind of an impact that they were having in the social media space. From August to October of… Read more »


Wounded Warrior Project to the Rescue!

August 2, 2011

This re-post originally appeared on the GovLoop blog. Power IT Down Day is less than a month away – and we’re still hoping to drive as many people as possible to sign up at to commit to turning off their IT equipment for the weekend of August 26th. If saving energy in your home… Read more »


Google for nonprofits, useful stuff

May 2, 2011

Hey, folks, the craigconnects team and I recently had the opportunity to talk with the folks over at the Google for Nonprofits program about their latest stuff. Nonprofits should look into this. Here's our interview with Kristen Olsen Cahill, the Product Manager for       CN: Google launched their Google for Nonprofits program… Read more »