The 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), started today and wraps up on Thursday. If you weren’t able to attend in person, I highly suggest you follow along via an array of different ways. The wealth of knowledge being shared is impressive, and already there have been some great sessions that I’ve been able to follow online.
 
One newsworthy item that’s come out is the release of Blackbaud, NTEN and Common Knowledge’s fourth annual 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report. The report is full of insights into how nonprofits incorporate social media into overall marketing, fundraising and communications strategies—including details on the how surveyed nonprofits are using various networks, as well as which ones.
 

To view a full infographic of all key information found in the report, click here.
 
One of my favorite things about following a conference live online is being able to see the different key takeaways that attendees tweet. Below are a very few of the best ones I’ve seen so far on different topics, including creating a content strategy for your website and social networks, choosing networks and more: