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Beth Dunn

Nice slideshow.

I blogged the Rovner/Godin commentary last week, too( and suggested that social media allow organizations to more deeply engage communities of support - in both financial and non-financial ways. Mark pointed out that people who volunteer for nonprofits frequently end up giving more than they might have otherwise. the conversational element in social media can help organizations find out what personal contributions a person might be able to make, whether it's donations, time, word-of-mouth.

The point is, it makes it easier for us to ask for more than just money. But non-financial interactions often lead to increased donations in the end, too.

Also: Berkman Center Bloggers, eh?

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