Share Community Information on the Web

A number of widely-used tools can help you communicate with neighbors:

  • Yahoo Groups
  • Facebook
  • Google Groups
  • Another approach is to create a community website or e-Newsletter. The following lists some sites that make this easy:

  • i-neighbors
  • Weebly
  • FreeWebs
  • Homestead - $5/mo.
  • Some community sites rely on electronic bulletin board systems. The most popular two are:

  • vBulletin - $180
  • phpBB - free
  • Other Resources:

  • The Case Foundation has developed a series of online tutorials on using social media to further your cause.
  • This podcast produced by the Chronicle of Philanthropy discusses how location-based social networks may offer new opportunities for nonprofits.

  • Added 05/12/2010 by asblackwood, Modified 05/15/2010 by asblackwood


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