NetCentric Advocacy: Values Voters: Winning With Science in Arkansas?

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Main | Valdis Krebs - Social network analysis: 1987-2007 » SlideShare » April 25, 2007 Values Voters: Winning With Science in Arkansas? NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

5 Interesting Facts from the Giving USA 2012 Report

NonProfit Trends

The Giving USA 2012 report is out and it gives us a look at philanthropic trends from 2011. Fundraising growth in the arts subsector was helped by an $800 million cash gift to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Arkansas from the Walton Family Foundation. Nonprofit Trends Fundraising Giving USAHere are five interesting facts that I pulled from the report. Giving by individuals, bequest, and family foundations amounted to 88% of total giving in 2011.

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Food Stamp Search Suggests Hard Times Are Spreading like a Flu.

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Google Trends and US Department of Agriculture Results are compared in these images. They are different. I was reading up on trend analysis and the predictive power of Google to "see" trends before the official government agencies.

NetCentric Advocacy: Valdis Krebs - Social network analysis: 1987-2007 » SlideShare

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Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Values Voters: Winning With Science in Arkansas? NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Main | Who is Sick? Network Traffic Map of Sickness » April 25, 2007 Valdis Krebs - Social network analysis: 1987-2007 » SlideShare Valdis is one of the greats. I just love his work.

7 Tips for Engaging Donors on the Move

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Peer-to-peer campaigns are a huge trend in fundraising right now, and they’re one of the most active ways supporters can engage with your organization. It’s becoming clearer and clearer every day. Mobile isn’t just a fad; it’s here to stay!

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NetCentric Advocacy: Women. Women. Mother. Mother.

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Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « The future belongs to the Curious | Main | Values Voters: Winning With Science in Arkansas? NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. » April 24, 2007 Women. Women. Mother. Mother. I spent an amazing week in Pittsburgh hanging out and working with an amazing group of inspiring women and mothers. The basic themes were focused on health, women and the environment.