Bo’s Best Twitter Picks (January 2014)

I spent at least a couple of hours each week looking through my tweets. This is my very subjective selection of the most interesting and thought-provoking tweets from the past month. Since it it included the last two weeks of December, some of them are attempts to summarize and analyze the past philanthropic year ….

 

Þ   What Nonprofits Should Stop Doing in 2014: Advice from Experts ow.ly/s9jRC

Þ   In 2014, nonprofits will need to move beyond storytelling to win donors. huff.to/1eQFRGS

Þ   Great infographic: The Rise of Nonprofits.ow.ly/rW3fI

Þ   9 Digital Marketing Lessons from bethkanter.org/charitywater-d…

Þ   Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation discusses the current social change environment: bit.ly/1kA8rMT

Þ   Article by on new role for philanthropy in development: bit.ly/1bVgIGv

Þ   Favorite fundraising stories of the year, including a special report on America’s next generation of donors ow.ly/s1d0e

Þ   Chronicle of Philanthropy staff’s selection of the year’s most thought-provoking opinion editorials ow.ly/s1gMK

Þ   Check out this report from Raj Desai & Homi Kharas on crowd-sourced private aid: bit.ly/1cEb3pd

Þ   If Direct Mail Is Dying, It’s Sure Taking Its Time About It – interesting article from Forbes ow.ly/rQZCP

Þ   Are ‘Failure Fridays’ the secret to innovation? buff.ly/1hecsUx

Þ   The Most Dynamic Social Innovation Initiatives of 2013 owl.li/rO0rL

Þ   State tax reform Efforts in 2014 – What Your Nonprofit Needs to Know bit.ly/1gx1jhB

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