December is all about award nominations and Best of 2007 lists, so why not highlight some of the best ways nonprofits used the social web this year?
Post a blog entry with your picks for at least three of the categories below byDecember 10th at 9 AM PST. Please tag your posts with "net2" and "net2thinktank." You can create your own categories too! If you don't have a blog, you can post on the NetSquared Blog--here's how. Email me the link to your post at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll include it in the roundup of Net2ThinkTank posts on the Net2 Blog in the late afternoon of December 10th.
There won't be any voting, or awards, just link love for whomever you choose.
2007 Best of the Nonprofit Social Web Categories
Best Use of the Social Web for Fundraising by a Nonprofit Best Use of the Social Web for Advocacy by a Nonprofit Best Use of the Social Web for Collaboration by a Nonprofit Best Use of the Social Web for Raising Awareness by a Nonprofit Best Use of the Social Web for Member Recruitment by a Nonprofit Best Social Web Tool for Nonprofits Best Use of the Social Web by an "Extra-organizational Activist" (Term is via an interview with Allison Fine):
"I think a trend that non-profits really need to recognize and try to harness is what I call 'extra-organizational activism.' Some of the most exciting things going on are what individuals are doing by themselves online, through a meet-up or through a blog or an email, and how organizations learn how to leverage that passion, I think, will prove how successful they can be in this new era."