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Back to BeNeighbors.org or Locals Online
 
Back to BeNeighbors.org or Locals Online
  
This is a draft guide to using the Internet, social media, and mobile technology to organize your nearest neighbors on you block, in your building, or in your rural area. It provides practical advice on connecting with the nearest 100 households to you.
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This is a draft guide to using the Internet, social media, and mobile technology to organize your nearest neighbors on you block, in your building, or in your rural township. It provides practical advice on connecting with the nearest 100 households to you. For larger areas involving thousands of households see our Neighbors Forums work and the Locals Online community.
  
As part of the BeNeighbors.org effort, we seek to automate and make more "organic" some the more or less manual things anyone motivated can do today online with their neighbors right now. As a someone willing to be a leader and put some time into block-level organizing online, below are tools you can use today. Your lessons on what really works and what features would help others can be fed into BeNeighbors.org and the broader Locals Online community.
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As part of the BeNeighbors.org effort, we seek to automate and "organic" some the manual things anyone motivated can do today online with their nearest neighbors right now. As a someone willing to be a leader and put some time into block-level organizing online, below are tools you can use today. Right now. No waiting for someone else. Your lessons on what really works and what new technology features would help others do this more effectively can then be fed into BeNeighbors.org and the broader Locals Online community.
  
1. E-mail Your Neighbors Individually
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In summary:
  
2. E-mail Your Neighbors as a Group - BCC:, CC:
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# E-mail Your Neighbors Individually
 
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# E-mail Your Neighbors as a Group - BCC:, CC:
3. Friend Your Neighbors on Facebook, Follow on Twitter
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# Friend Your Neighbors on Facebook, Follow on Twitter
 
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# Develop A Neighbors Contact List/Directory
4. Develop A Neighbors Contact List
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# Start an Online Group (or Find One)
 
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* A. E-mail Lists
5. Start an Online Group (or Find One)
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* B. Facebook Groups
 
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* C. Social Network Tools
A. E-mail Lists
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# Use Social Media to Gather Neighbors In-Person More Frequently
B. Facebook Groups
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C. Social Networks
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Latest revision as of 08:42, 10 February 2011

Back to BeNeighbors.org or Locals Online

This is a draft guide to using the Internet, social media, and mobile technology to organize your nearest neighbors on you block, in your building, or in your rural township. It provides practical advice on connecting with the nearest 100 households to you. For larger areas involving thousands of households see our Neighbors Forums work and the Locals Online community.

As part of the BeNeighbors.org effort, we seek to automate and "organic" some the manual things anyone motivated can do today online with their nearest neighbors right now. As a someone willing to be a leader and put some time into block-level organizing online, below are tools you can use today. Right now. No waiting for someone else. Your lessons on what really works and what new technology features would help others do this more effectively can then be fed into BeNeighbors.org and the broader Locals Online community.

In summary:

  1. E-mail Your Neighbors Individually
  2. E-mail Your Neighbors as a Group - BCC:, CC:
  3. Friend Your Neighbors on Facebook, Follow on Twitter
  4. Develop A Neighbors Contact List/Directory
  5. Start an Online Group (or Find One)
  • A. E-mail Lists
  • B. Facebook Groups
  • C. Social Network Tools
  1. Use Social Media to Gather Neighbors In-Person More Frequently
 

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