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Thank You To the Max: Minnesota Give to Max Day Raised $13.4 Million in 24 Hours

Note from Beth: The 3rd annual Minnesota Give to Max Day took place last month.  The campaign has been profiled on this blog since it started.  And every year, the good folks in Minnesota share their results and lessons learned.  It’s become an annual holiday tradition for Beth’s Blog.

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Why I’m Scared of the SOPA Bill by Jim Fruchterman

Note from Beth: I ran into Jim Fruchterman at the Social Innovation Summit last week in Palo Alto.   He explain the SOPA Bill and why, as a nonprofit leader, he was concerned.   He offered to do this guest post about it.

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How non-profits become experts at Social Branding

Note from Beth:      As I’m sprinting to towards the deadline of my next book on Measurement and Networked Nonprofits, co-authoring with the goddess of measurement, KD Paine,  I’m grateful to have some terrific guest posts like this one from Simon Mainwaring

How non-profits become experts at Social Branding, Guest Post by Simon Mainwaring, Founder/Author WE FIRST

There are two elements critical to the success of any branding effort, non-profit or otherwise.… Read More

The Networked Nonprofit Response to the Concerted Attack on Voting Rights

Note from Beth:   Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.   As I’m sprinting to towards the deadline of my next book on Measurement and Networked Nonprofits, co-authoring with the goddess of measurement, KD Paine,  I’m grateful to have some terrific guest posts like this one.

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The Internet Domain .NGO Should Serve Best Interests of Nonprofits Worldwide: Sign An Online Letter of Support

Note from Beth: Within a year new generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) will be launched worldwide, joining the likes of .ORG, .COM, and .NET. Among the proposed new gTLDs is .NGO. .NGO will be the exclusive domain for local and global non-governmental organizations looking to advance their missions or to inspire their communities.  

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