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Simon Duncan

It is so difficult for the smaller non-profits to use social media effectively. They suffer from a lack of capacity, knowledge, time, money etc. Also everything seems to be solution focussed rather than organisation focussed. To help with this I am running a social media and voluntary sector experiement #socialmediavco which you can follow on my site at Category #socialmediavco. Same hashtag on Twitter.

Christine Egger

Thanks for drawing attention to Wildlife Direct, Beth, one of the most compelling platforms participating in the Social Actions API because of the immediate and direct relationship forged between conservationists and those who want their work to thrive.

imho they're an example of "doing it right" as Amy Sample Ward describes in today's guest post on Sean Stannard-Stockton's Tactical Philanthropy:

Joe Hackman

Well done Beth, I work with several non-profits and I couldn't agree with you more. I appreciate how you blended some really logical concepts - building the network before you need it, etc. in this example.


Jen Marsik Friess

Beth, I'm so happy I found your blog. Wildlife Direct is a great example, and I plan to use it to try to open minds to the idea of letting multiple bloggers tell the story. I look forward to digging deeper into your posts and learning more.

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