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Roger Carr

There are some nonprofit organizations that aren't willing to take the risk. Yesterday I received my first rejection from a charity for an interview. The reason given was basically they had a bad experience with blogs in the past. Whether there could be a benefit or not, this is probably a nonprofit that I would not recommend has a presence on social networks.

Beth Kanter


Good points that social networking isn't for everyone. However, I remember back 12-15 years ago when the web first appeared and we'd say, maybe a web site isn't the first priority. Today, we think - how could live without it? Also, the same thing with email.

So, do you think having a social networking and socialnetworking will become in the next few years a basic business communications necessity like your phone or email?

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