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I thought the same thing when I would read Jeremiah's post every month--so I, too, was inspired to create my own list on my blog. Jeremiah was kind enough to link to my list from his post and I've gotten some great responses.

Here's the link to my list; I'm going to add a link to the WeAReMedia wiki list.


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Matthias Fiechter

very interesting topic indeed. since i still prefer to do my reading in the physical form, i've spent quite some time researching books about social media pr and marketing. i've come across the same phenomenon - tons of resources on how to use social media for business purposes, almost none specifically for an ngo/npo environment.
so if anyone knows of a really good, hands-on resource on how to make the most of what the web has to offer for a non-profit organization (i'm thinking along the lines of "The New Community Rules" and "Putting the Public back in Public Relations"), your recommendations would be greatly appreciated. thank you!

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