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Reflections and Notes from Personal Democracy Forum 2013

Note from Beth: If I could wave a magic wand, and ask for a wish related to my work to come true, it would be this:  I’d like to spend a year to attend conferences where I don’t know a lot of the content or people and learn and network and blog about the experience.  

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5 Reasons Why You Should Make Mentoring A Priority

Note from Beth: My friend Porter Gale has just launched a new book called “Your Network is Net Worth.”  Porter’s definition about networking is about charting your own course, following your passions, and making meaningful connections, which in turn increase your happiness and productivity.  

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A Dog Named Red Helps Best Friends Animal Society Get Results on Facebook

Note from Beth: Greetings from the Gold Coast in Australia.  I’m here to keynote Connecting Up Conference,  While I am in OZ,  I invited Jon Stahl to share this amazing case study.   Enjoy

For several years now, nonprofits have been investing time, energy and money building Facebook pages and working to engage supporters on Facebook.… Read More

Top 10 Spreadsheet Secrets From A Nonprofit Data Nerd

Note from Beth: I made a personal goal for myself to get past my dislike of spreadsheets and become more fluent.  First I had to “Stop Fearing the Spreadsheet” and then started to interview nonprofit data nerds about their Excel secrets.  

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PhilanthroTech: How Nonprofits Are Using Crowdfunding

Note from Beth: I’m headed down to Austin, TX for SXSW where I will have the pleasure of facilitating a workshop on measuring social media with KD Paine with case studies by David Neff and Carie Lewis.   David is based on Austin — wanted to share with you a post about crowdfunding to celebrate Austin Giving Day #AmplifyAtx that raised over $2 million earlier this week.

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