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Are you fundraising for Africa? Read this!

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I am so excited to present to you my interview with Charlotte Beauvoisin, who writes Diary of a Munzungu , a UK citizen working in Uganda. Tricks?

Gladwell Gets It Wrong – Again

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Social Media Egypt Malcolm Gladwell New Yorker Tianammen SquareMalcolm Gladwell has done it again. Last summer he wrote, I thought rather flippantly, about the ineffectiveness of social media in generating and sustaining social protests. And now he has followed with a post on the New Yorker blog. (An

The Demise of Clicktivism and the Reboot of Activism

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Look at Egypt. What is Activism? Activism is scary. Social change is initially unpopular and insurrection always starts with disobedience.

Lessons and Thoughts on the Egyptian Protest

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I’ve been watching and reading about the protests in Egypt with awe at the courage of the participants and fear for the reprisals they may face. Social Media Egypt Mohamed ElBaradei Susan Crawford techpresident WikileaksPerhaps it’s too early or easy to generalize, but that’s never stopped me before!

How much is social media influencing - or reflecting - events in Egypt?

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For some thoughtful reflections, check out: Beth Kanter’s blog today on Egypt. This is a matter of hot debate. On one hand, there is outrageous hype suggesting social media is fomenting revolutions. On the other hand, there are people saying it has zero value in organizing. Neither of these is true. Are they enhanced by social media?

#SocialMedia: Is Facebook Too D@%n Complicated? Depends On What You Want To Share.

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What if some of your friends-of-friends feel like your search for a vacation package to Egypt might be masking Islamicist sympathies?

Do you want to know who REALLY has cause fatigue?

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It’s happening in Egypt. What’s up? Do you ever feel like a cog in a wheel? Push fundraiser, money comes out? The fundraisers.

400 Americans have more wealth than half of all Americans combined.

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Well, we do it with a little bit of Egypt here, a little bit of Madison there. Did you see this speech? Transcript below. America Is NOT Broke.

Do you know a Graduate with no future? What is up with these protests?

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Then you’ve probably heard about the riots in Egypt, in Spain, in Denmark, in Greece, in France, and other places too. Egypt Protests.

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Announcing the Fundraising Career Conference

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Did you read Underdeveloped, the research report that rocked the nonprofit world to its core? And it’s not getting better. That’s 1.4%

Talking ’bout my rights of women and girls

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We’ve urged leaders in Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya to recognize women as equal citizens with important contributions to make. Equality!

Do you want to be a nonprofit consultant? Read this interview with Desiree Adaway

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Desiree Adaway designs programs and strategies that create revenue and advocates for organizations. Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed, Desiree!

Latest mobile phone statistics from Africa and what this means…

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South Africa, Nigeria, Morocco, Egypt, Algeria and Kenya constitute the key mobile markets in Africa in terms of potential growth. revolution.

The Human Rights Channel

The Agitator

At the height of the Arab Spring last year, she said, 100,000 videos were uploaded from Egypt, representing a 72 percent increase in uploads from the previous three months, even after the government shut down the Internet for five days. The channel’s mantra: Film it. Share it. Change it. As I write, 1,036 subscribers and 98,582 views.

You may have noticed…

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that my blog posts have gotten a little more. political in the last year. Why is this, do you think? Because you might recognize yourself in his words.

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Are you feeling stuck?

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We turned our backs on this promise by bringing to life the ancient dream of Egypt: compulsory training in subordination for everybody. Are you happy in your job at a charity? If so, stop reading. If you are ready to move on to a new job, I hope this post will give you some food for thought. Have you ever wished you could work from home?

American Greetings Ad for Sesame Workshop

Cause Related Marketing

Elmo’s World of Slick Cause-Related MarketingI confess I don’t have the experience abroad to judge if it’s a good idea to take Sesame Street… the 38-year-old American children’s TV show… to places like Egypt, Bangladesh, and South Africa. And I’m not sure to what degree the shows “work” in those countries.(In

Social Marketing: A Six Volume Series

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Social Marketing of Oral Rehydration Therapy and Contraceptives in Egypt - Karen Fox. This work is expected to be released in February 2013.

#SocialMedia: Turns Out, Twitter Can Start Revolutions Mr. Gladwell

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But what about now that dictators have fallen in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and perhaps Syria – and the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement has gone global this past weekend? Yet the Tunisian uprising continued to grow, then spread to Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, and Libya – with unequal (or as yet unclear) results.

#SocialMedia: Turns Out, Twitter Can Start Revolutions Mr. Gladwell

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But what about now that dictators have fallen in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and perhaps Syria – and the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement has gone global this past weekend? Yet the Tunisian uprising continued to grow, then spread to Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, and Libya – with unequal (or as yet unclear) results.

#TECH: Look What We Did To Apple! Welcome Back To EPEAT.

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Of course, we’re complaining about our latest iPads, whereas people are risking their lives on social networks in Syria and Egypt.

Oh My! New Website! What do you think?

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Greeks used it for burial portraits in Egypt. Behind the scenes, I have to admit, I’m doing more than just fundraising. A lot more.

Alexandria – Online Giving Mecca

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No, that’s not Alexandria, Egypt (a fascinating city by the way). It’s Alexandria, Virginia — according to Convio, the top city in America (with population over 100,000) in terms of per capita online giving. Here are the top ten: Alexandria, VA. Cambridge, MA. Minneapolis, MN. Arlington, VA. Seattle, WA. Louis, MO. Katy, TX.

Making Money on the Side Part Two

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Encaustic art is a Greek art which was used for burial portraiture in ancient Egypt. Do you want to make money on the side? But what now?

How You Self-Educate Will Determine Your Success as a Cause Marketer

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But in its place I’ve become an inveterate history buff, with a special interest in the ancient world… the Sumerians, Egypt, Greece and Rome, early European history, etc. How do you, my fellow cause marketers, keep learning? Researchers have even shown a correlation between happiness and education. And, of course, American history, too.

Putting a Face on #Occupy Wall Street

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Egypt didn’t have one, they say. Not true, Egypt had Wael Ghonim , the Google who sparked the protests by his organizing and arrest.

Show me the ads!

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One of this morning's stories was about the "Wikimania" -the annual Wikipedia conference (which is being held in Alexandria, EGYPT). Every once in a while I manage to get out of the house early enough to tune in to the Marketplace Morning Report on my local NPR station. If Wikipedia lost their support, it would be extremely detrimenta.".

Mobile Internet Access In Developing Countries

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Indonesia, Egypt and Russia are the strongest growth markets for mobile internet browser maker Opera. Broadband connectivity for internet access is spotty at best, and the promise of the internet for billions is still a few years away (2015?) Then there are the costs of adoption by large numbers of people, especially among the poor.