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The Bold, Focused Ideas of Breakthrough Nonprofit Brands: Book Giveaway Winners Announced

The Bold, Focused Ideas of Breakthrough Nonprofit Brands by Carol Cone

A few weeks ago, Beth was kind enough to host a book giveaway and New Year resolution contest for nonprofits to celebrate the launch of my new book Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding, which I co-authored with Jocelyne Daw, Kristian Darigan Merenda and Anne Erhard.… Read More

10 Nonprofit Books from 2010

During 2010,  I been able to read, blurb, write reviews, do blog giveaways, or author guest posts and interviews for a lot of terrific books that would be useful to nonprofit professionals in the social media, marketing, and ICT areas.  Many authors generously sent me review copies .    … Read More

6 Copies of Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding Book Giveaway and New Year Resolution Contest

Note from Beth: Carol Cone was kind enough to offer several copies of her a book as a giveaway.   Leave a comment on this post explaining what your organization’s singular, most important activity will be in 2011 that will at-once drive social impact, engage supporters and increase revenues.

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What is An Open Community?

Note from Beth: I’m taking part in the virtual book tour Maddie Grant and Lindy Dreyer are doing to explore concepts from Open Community: a little book of big ideas for associations navigating the social web.    I read an early draft of the book and think it is a very important idea for those of us in the nonprofit community embrace.  

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Social Media for Good and Evil, Strong and Weak Ties, Online/Offline,and Orgs and Networks

Malcolm Gladwell’s article “Small Change: Why the revolution will not be tweeted,” brings the slacktivism social media for social good or evilstrong and weak ties, and organizations vs networks debates to a mainstream audience.  He tries to make the point:  “Social change has been happening before the creation of Twitter four years ago”  but disappoints. … Read More