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Nonprofit Logo Design: A Simple 3 Step Process


Every brand designer I know has worked with a client who created their own logo at least once in their career. No exceptions. Nobody needs to know.}.

The Slactavism Debate Settled Once And For All?


And like with many hot button issues, the slactavism debate has inspired a great infographic. 2X likely to volunteer and take part in an event.

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Why Should You CARE?

Connection Cafe

Author: Karoline McLaughlin. We all have a desire to be connected, to know that what matters to us most is something others also care about.



Don’t let this be you. AAACETweet i want to join your association, but have a problem with your lack of a social media presence. — Will Deyamport, MSEd (@peoplegogy) April 17, 2012. Potluck Social Learning

TechCocktail Features the Mobile Marketing Revolution

Mobile Commons

TechCocktail, a website dedicated to emerging technology and innovation, just had a great book preview of Jed Alpert’s new book, The Mobile Marketing Revolution: How Your Brand Can have a One to One Conversation with Everyone. ” Read the post, and check out the book excerpt, here. All Posts Blog Press

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So, You're Being Audited.

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by Andrea L. Norman, MBA, Director of Research, Behavioral. Health and Wellness, Southwest C enter for HIV/AIDS. Like many people, every year as I file my taxes I have an itchy feeling when I consider I might be audited by the Internal Revenue Service. Then, perform an internal analysis of the information to be audited. Good luck! What Next".

Book Giveaway: Facebook Marketing for Dummies

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of the great things about the Nonprofit Technology Conference is that you get to connect with colleagues. Additional Reading About Apps.

Social Media and "Jock Talk"


I think it's safe to say that Twitter, and sometimes Facebook, is pretty similar to a radio station for your organization, in that you're broadcasting your message wildly in all directions (over the Internet), with many people listening but only a handful of requests -- I'd say that's a pretty fair comparison. It was tough, believe me. Social Medi

Lame Spam of the Day: Poker Associates

Robert Weiner

This spam is typical of "you've won the lottery" scams. I'm mostly tickled by the sender's name. Would you bet on Poker Associates? There's no link or attachment, so one would have to reply to test@xiaoyinmu.com -- wouldn't that cause some concerns? Sender: POKER ASSOCIATES (test@xiaoyinmu.com). Subject: RE:THIS IS FOR YOUR ATTENTION. VIA MAISTRA 5.