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Great reads from around the web on February 11th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). Today's teens also plan to be generous when they get older. " roundup bookmarks branding community donations fundraising influence interviews list marketing networks nonprofit philanthropy postalicious resources scrm socialmedia

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4 Signs Your Nonprofit Should Quit a Social Network

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The return on investment was practically nil and it was a great feeling to remove it from my bookmarks, take it off my list, and just let it go. Unlike many teens, tweens, and Milllennials, I did not enjoy using Tumblr.

NPTechTag Roundup: Election Debriefs and Wikis in Your Kitchen!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It will be interesting to see if this advice holds true for the voters of the future based on Dannah Boyd's post " What i mean when i say "email is dead" in reference to teens. Click To Play. Found via the NpTech Tag at

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Beaconfire Survey: Should non-profits market to minors? | Beaconfire Wire

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Most people would agree that membership-based nonprofits that offer teens and pre-teens the opportunity to be engaged in volunteer leadership structures (committees, working groups, board youth liaisons, etc.)

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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I'm really glad that she sent me this email because I had bookmarked one of her recent commentaries on nonprofits and online social networking. She suggests that if organizations are targeting young people, particularly teens and 20 somethings that platforms like Myspace can be a good tool.