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Open for comment: Proposed changes to Candid’s taxonomy

Candid

Starting today and through August 5, 2023, we are making the proposed changes available for public comment. We’re sincerely grateful to the organizations and individuals who have made such thoughtful recommendations to date, and we look forward to receiving broader feedback during this public comment period.

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Pipe Up: How to Get More Comments on Your WordPress Posts

Byte Technology

And while WordPress has some terrific plugins available that can help you create and manage a comment section on your site, too often unforeseen problems and lapses exist that stymie the commenting process. Regardless of why a site doesn’t foster an active comment board, there are some quick and easy ways to change the issue.

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Unlock Fans While Engaging Supporters Beyond Like, Share and Comment

Amy Sample Ward

At the same time I have watched organization struggle to engage with Facebook supporters in meaningful ways using just the actions Facebook has provided; Like, Share, or Comment. The Facebook App gives organizations dozens of nonprofit-relevant social actions to engage supporters with directly on their own Facebook pages.

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Bookshare Members Enthusiastic Comments

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Another Member, Diane Fazackarley also commented on our new downloadable audio formats. Thanks to Annette, Diane, Judy and Dornetta for agreeing to share your comments with the world. I love Christian fiction, and while NLS does have some in that particular genre, Bookshare has so much more!

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Lame spam as blog comments

Robert Weiner

I wrote recently about spam in the form of blog comments. The first sentence in the above comment yields over 400 million hits! There's been a deluge recently, and I want to call out some that look like they could be legit. Fortunately, my anti-spam filters (Akismet and Bad Behavior) caught them. Thank you and looking for more posts.

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More lame spam as blog comments

Robert Weiner

Most of these lame spams were posted as comments on my blog posts about lame spam. Weiner: Nonprofit Fundraising Technology Consulting » Lame spam as blog comments. Weiner: Nonprofit Fundraising Technology Consulting » Lame spam as blog comments I have understand your stuff previous to and you are just too wonderful.

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More Likes, More Comments, More Shares: Using Psychology to Get the Most from Your Facebook Page

Byte Technology

Why aren’t they commenting on our content and mission and becoming a part of the conversation? Liking, sharing and commenting on Facebook allows us to assert who we are as a person and admit publicly that we agree with something. And nothing is more discouraging than seeing all that hard work not translate into trackable actions.

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