The Advocacy 2.0 Guide (Tools for Digital Advocacy) describes some of the best techniques and tools that digital activists – and others who wish to learn from this subject – can use as part of their online advocacy campaigns. While our previous guide (Blog for a Cause! ) focused on the effective use of blogs as an advocacy tool, this guide will explore creative uses of other web 2.0 applications.
Our goal is to:
- Aggregate web 2.0 tools for advocacy
- Provide detailed instructions on how to use them
- Highlight successful experiences of web 2.0  activism by local digital activists around the world.
- Inspire other activists to adopt these strategies in ways that serve their specific goals and needs.
From “Geo-bombing ” to “multi-blogging” and Twitter to “mash-ups”, we explore the field of digital advocacy, helping activists reach out to audiences they may never have reached before.
We are releasing the first from a serie of Advocacy 2.0 Guides that will show you how to use the web 2.0 as an advocacy tool:
Geo-bombing is one of the techniques that can be employed to enable more effective dissemination of your YouTube videos campaign through Google mapping applications like Google Maps  and Google Earth . Now  you can watch your geotagged videos inside Google Earth and Google Maps. Any geo-tagged YouTube video will show up when the Youtube layer of Google Earth/Maps is turned on [read more… ]