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Video Can Help Boost Donations in End-Of-The-Year Fundraising

Photo by Fensterbme on Flickr

Note from Beth: I’m planning a year-end campaign for one of my favorite charities and wanted some good tips on incorporating video.   And since, the busy season is coming up for all you nonprofit fundraisers – year end giving and Network for Good has just announced a Year-End Giving Challenge,  I thought a guest post from Michael Hoffman about you can incorporate video to power your campaigns was in order. 

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Lessons Learned From A Twitterthon

Kay Chernush for the U.S. State Department

Note from Beth: Diana Scimone is a free agent fundraiser.   She is no stranger to building relationships.  She and I have have linked to each other’s blog posts and commented on each others posts over the past three years. 

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Net Neutrality for Networked Nonprofits: Guest Post by Vince Stehle

Net Neutrality protest at Google HQ - GoogleRally 45 by Steve Rhodes, on Flickr.

Note from Beth: Last June at the New York City book party for the Networked Nonprofit,  Stephanie Strom, New York Times, moderated a discussion on the themes in the book. 

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How To Get a Wikipedia Page for Your Nonprofit

Note from Beth: Here’s another terrific guest post from Manny Hernandez.   What has been your experience getting a Wikipedia Page for your nonprofit?

Guest Post by Manny Hernandez

Because it was such a painfully long process and because I couldn’t find too many complete articles when I googled “Wikipedia nonprofits“, I decided to share the lessons we learned so that you may not make the same mistakes we made.… Read More

10 Ways Geolocation is Changing the World

Note from Beth: It’s vacation week for me, not publishing much this week or next accept for guest posts and a few book reviews or if I find inspiration.  This guest post was written by Rob Reed. He is the founder of MomentFeed, a location-based marketing, strategy, and technology firm.Read More