I got a message from one of my readers, Ashley Messick, on Facebook about a recent post about Social Actions Twitter for Good Facebook Group and TwitterFeed Mashup
I wanted to Digg post about Save the World with Twitter and wasn't quite sure how to categorize it when submitting. It then got me thinking that I often am unsure where to go on Digg to find good nonprofit news. I try to just use the search function or rely on shoutouts. It made me think that it would be great if Nonprofit had its own category on Digg. I think there's enough news and stories out there (my Google Reader's full of it!) to merit something. Wouldn't it be nice to have a place in Digg for nonprofit news?
So I sent an email to Digg and the response suggested that maybe a good idea would be to have someone blog about the idea and have us all Digg it to show Digg that there is a real community out there who would love to have a Nonprofit section. What do you think? Let's start a nonprofit Diggfest?
I remember how disappointing it was not to see this post
about Social Actions Ad Widget not make it to the top of Digg. Do you
think with a nonprofit category we'd have a better chance of getting
social action alerts and news rising to the top of Digg?
What do you think?
(Cross posted at Social Actions)