A new hub that is designed to showcase social media has been launched for non-profit organisations and those concerned with social change.

Dubbed Socialbrite.org, the website offers agencies the opportunity to learn about and share “social tools for social change”.

The San Francisco-based portal has been created by eight experts in non-profit technology and social media, with resources including a social media glossary, a directory of Web 2.0 productivity tools, free photos, video and music directories, a causes widget and tutorials.

“We’re here to help nonprofits master the social web to bring about meaningful social change,” consultant and author JD Lasica remarked.
Socialbrite.org is built in open source blogging platform WordPress and members of the team offer a range of paid services to client organisations, such as social media strategy workshops.
The hub is a daily publication that features news, tools, analysis and tips relating to “the use of social media for social good” and includes a directory of tools.

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