Roundup for March 2007
Britt of Have Fun Do Good wrote about 10 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Blogs and Bloggers to Support Their Cause and Extra-organizational Activists & Nonprofits Using the Social Web for Their Cause
Green Media Toolshed wrote about social networking in Why Your Group Should be on a Social Networking Site and More Social Networking Tips. An entry was also posted about Using Google Earth as an Advocacy Tool. Their most recent entry, Viral Marketing Campaign to Check Out, is about a blog called These Come From Trees.
Smart Communities gave awards for The Most Engaging Blogs of 2007 . They wrote a series of entries about the winners at Pittsblog and Smart City Memphis , Boomtown USA, The Rural Blog, EDPro Weblog, and Engagement and Conscious Communities.
Smart Communities also recently posted an entry about Building Your Community’s Wikipedia Entry.
The Wild Apricot Blog wrote about How Non-Profits Can Use Mashups and What is tagging and practical ways non-profits can use it.
The Bamboo Project Blog has an entry about Blogging at Blogging Best Practice–A Newbie Guide to Your Blog.
Jeff of the Donor Power Blog wrote about the top 10 search terms from last year at The web: more difficult than it looks.
An entry was posted at Random Thoughts on Life and Work titled What Message Are You Sending Your Donors.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation included a map mashup in their entry titled Eagles on icebergs and other sites.
Innovate Rotary posted an entry about Girl Scouts on the web.
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