People to People Fundraising: Social Networking and Web 2.0 for Charities
The Next Generation of ePhilanthropy

Monday, October 27, 2008 P2P Vol 1 Issue 11: Email in Down Economy, Sutton and Hart, Chicago, IT Survey, Online Learning, Employers Use Social Net   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 11  
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Sutton and Hart Join Forces to Support Nonprofits
Employers Use Social Networking To Research Candidates
Wachovia and Nonprofit Times Sponsor National Training Series
What Really Works Online?
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Making IT Staffing Decisions? New Survey To Help Us All Plan
Email's Resurgence During Economic Downtown
iBelong Networks
Sutton and Hart Join Forces to Support Nonprofits
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