If you missed The Chronicle of Philanthropy's online discussion of fundraising through social media (How Charities Can Raise Money With Twitter and Other Social-Networking Tools), you can get to the transcript from here.

What was it all about, you ask? Well here's the original session description:
Twitter, Facebook, and other online social networking tools offer ways for nonprofit organizations to build connections with supporters and donors. For some groups, these tools have helped raise money for their causes and increased visibility. But many groups are still not effective at using online networks in any meaningful way. And many others are fearful about using them at all. What are these tools? How do they work? And how can your organization use them effectively?

Chris Garrett is an Internet marketing consultant in Yorkshire, England, and author of ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income.
John Haydon is a sales consultant in Boston and the publisher and founder of the Web site corporatedollar.org, which offers marketing advice to small nonprofit groups. Mr. Haydon is also the author of a recently released electronic book, Twitter Jump Start: The Complete Guide for Small Nonprofits

In these tough economic times, every bit can help and there may have been tips shared that could help your organization find that extra few bucks needed to complete a project.



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