Compiled and organized by Kristy Graves, @kg.

Yesterday was our second of three live TweetChats for our Digital Storytelling Event and Challenge (enter through January 31).

Our guest was Nasser Asif, Marketing Director of @See3, a leading nonprofit communications agency, with a special knack for helping organizations tell and personalize stories.

Key things talked about were content, tools, and engaging your audience. Here are a few highlights:

"Even if it's simple, you gotta make the content." -@see3

"Know your audience and what they do online to choose the right tools to reach them." -@nedra

"Craft your story strategically to make sure it includes elements that will spur action - emotion, personal connection, relevance." -@nedra

"(Create) strategy for engagement and make connections in your marcomm content to fit together your org's meta-story." -@amoration

"We think @350 is a good example of engaging on multiple levels. Organize locally, upload pics and videos, and share global." -@techsoup

A lot of great resources were exchanged:

We will be hosting one more live Twitter Chat next Tuesday at 11 a.m. Pacific time with guest host, Susan Gordon, Director of Nonprofit Services at Join in the discussion on twitter, using the tag #TSDigs.

There is still limited space available for our webinar on Tools for Digital Storytelling , Thursday January 20, 11 a.m. Pacific. You can also access the archive of llast week's sold out webinar, How to Tell Your Digital Story.

TechSoup's Digital Storytelling Challenge will be accepting submissions through January 31. Create a 60-second video or 5-picture slideshow, and enter for chance to win prizes from Flip Video, Adobe, Flickr, and more!

"The fact I did try to win (and did) meant excellent exposure for my nonprofit on @techsoup website.ΓÇ¥ -@buffyb, first time digital storyteller.

Many thanks to everyone who took part in the chat! We look forward to seeing your story submissions!

Megan Keane

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