Social Media

On July 04, 2013 by Amber Milks
Last week, ZeroDivide held a convening to kick off the work of the 25 young people who will serve as fellows for the Health Action Leadership program of The California Endowment’s Youth Advocacy...[Read More]
Campaigning Youth
On April 17, 2013 by zdadmin
ZeroDivide, in conjunction with The California Endowment and its Building Healthy Communities initiative, seeks young adult advocates to assist with the State Youth Advocacy Network. This program...[Read More]
On October 19, 2012 by Jeff Perlstein
Right off the bat, social media guru Beth Kanter had heads nodding at the book launch event we hosted for her in San Francisco this week: "I used to think measurement was the equivalent of Darth...[Read More]
On October 17, 2012 by John Hoffman
With voter registration closed or closing soon in most states, many nonprofits think it’s too late to foster more widespread electoral participation, but there is still much that can be accomplished...[Read More]
On August 17, 2012 by Timothy C. Wu
Much has already been written – and will continue to be written – about Marissa Mayer’s recent appointment as CEO of Yahoo! Mayer’s ascendancy to the Yahoo! throne - at the young age of 37, very...[Read More]
On June 04, 2012 by Jessica Eting
I recently spoke on a panel hosted by the Clorox Company Foundation titled “Social Media Fundraising Tips and Best Practices.” More than 60 individuals representing staff, senior management and board...[Read More]
On May 14, 2012 by John Hoffman
President Obama’s statement in support of same-sex marriage was a significant moment in the gay rights movement. Social media will help make LGBT equality inevitable.[Read More]
On April 03, 2012 by Timothy C. Wu
What is the worst company in America? The Consumerist has again engaged in its annual online contest to name the worst corporate entity in the country. There's even a "Golden Poo" prize to the final...[Read More]
On February 14, 2012 by Tina Lee
Thanks for coming back to read the second part of my series on how online activism successfully defeated SOPA and PIPA. Whereas my first post covered the “what” and “why” parts of the fight, this one...[Read More]
Race for the Cure
On February 03, 2012 by Timothy C. Wu
Why wait until Monday morning when Friday afternoon quarterbacking can be just as much fun? (Okay, that was my lame attempt to dispel a gay stereotype and prove that I really DO know when the...[Read More]

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