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- Does your nonprofit send out personalized email messages? Used well, personalization can be an effective way to grab a reader’s interest–and Neil Berman on Email Insider has just the tips you need to do it right.
- Who knew that we were wasting millions of hours a year waiting for search results to load? Google has the answer with Google Instant, a new feature that knows what you’re searching for before you do (creepy) and may add a new dimension to the art of search engine optimization.
- The social media world is a minefield for grammarphiles. Tweeted or twote? Checkin or check-in? Alanna Francis is on the scene with some guidelines for location lingo.
- Hard at work on your year-end appeal? Add a dash of social with these ideas from Susan Gordon on how to weave Facebook Causes into your 2010 year-end fundraising strategy.
- Do you know the average age of a Facebook user? Find out in this interesting visualization from Ethan Bloch on Flowtown (hat tip to All Facebook for the link).
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