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October 30, 2009

The cost of social media | Weekly Roundup

    • In one word, why are you on Twitter? According to the results of an informal poll posted by Victoria Harres at Social Media Today, the top responses are “people” and “information.” Sounds like a pretty fair summary to me. What’s your one word?
    • Fundraising season is upon us. For advice and inspiration to get you through to January, visit Joanne’s Nonprofits Blog–she’s gathered fundraising tips from experts all over the Web for this month’s nonprofit blog carnival.
    • Facebook, you look so different this week. Did you do something new with your hair?
      As you may have noticed, Facebook’s rolled out some changes–most notably to the News Feed. Whether you love ’em or hate ’em, be sure you’re aware of the implications for your organization’s fan page.
    • Can people find your nonprofit’s website in the wilderness of the Interweb? For a refresher on the basics of search engine optimization, check out these great tips from Andrew Jensen on the Case Foundation’s blog.

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