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

Monday, February 9, 2009 P2P Vol. 1.15 Moscow, Find Donors, New Google, American Express, FatWallet   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 15  
TOPICS
Training
Internet Tools
Events
Social Networking
Sponsor Message
CONTENTS
Greetings from Moscow
Do you know where your donors are? Literally?
American Express Presents: NYC P2P Fundraising/ Social Networking Seminar
In a Down Economy You Need Big Donors
Join The Online Discussion - What Others Are Saying
Get a New Website Designed, Matching Nonprofit Standards
FatWallet.com Donates $30K to Food Pantries Via Twitter
Save Money Filing for 501 (c) Nonprofit Status in USA
Greetings from Moscow
Ted Hart lectured this week at the NGO School and USA Embassy

Ted Hart sends a special thank you to everyone at the NGO School and United States Embassy in Moscow who were so helpful in making his visit there last week such a great success.

The training group at the NGO School created the video below as a special greeting to the world. Much was learned about fundraising online and social networking strategies for NGO/nonprofits. Everyone had a great time too!

Everyone is invited to their website: http://www.ngoschool.org




You can book Mr. Hart to speak at your location by contacting Louise Gifford at 410-997-0404 or email her at lgifford@tedhart.com

 
Do you know where your donors are? Literally?
Check Google's New Latitude Program
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5...

Ted's Note: Latitude provides an interesting next step to social networking, your donors would have to opt into the service, which most feel is unlikely, but look how many millions are posting information to Twitter every day. This will grow and change, but the technology is amazing for bringing people together. Check it out for charity events and other gatherings, email us your creative uses of Latitude (news@p2pfundraising.org)

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With an upgrade to its mobile maps, Google Inc. hopes to prove it can track people on the go as effectively as it searches for information on the Internet.

The new software released Wednesday will enable people with mobile phones and other wireless devices to automatically share their whereabouts with family and friends.

The feature, dubbed "Latitude," expands upon a tool introduced in 2007 to allow mobile phone users to check their own location on a Google map with the press of a button.

"This adds a social flavor to Google maps and makes it more fun," said Steve Lee, a Google product manager.

It could also raise privacy concerns, but Google is doing its best to avoid a backlash by requiring each user to manually turn on the tracking software and making it easy to turn off or limit access to the service.

Google also is promising not to retain any information about its users' movements. Only the last location picked up by the tracking service will be stored on Google's computers, Lee said.

The software plots a user's location — marked by a personal picture on Google's map — by relying on cell phone towers, global positioning systems or a Wi-Fi connection to deduce their location. The system can follow people's travels in the United States and 26 other countries.

It's left up to each user to decide who can monitor their location. (for full article by Associated Press' MICHAEL LIEDTKE click below)


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American Express Presents: NYC P2P Fundraising/ Social Networking Seminar
Register Today (Training Also Available in Philly, Atlanta, Charlotte)
http://www.newgiving.org

AMERICAN EXPRESS PRESENTS:

People to People Fundraising:

Social Networking Seminar Featuring Ted Hart

 

Tools You Need, What Really Works!

Please join us for a presentation by Ted Hart, one of the foremost experts in the nonprofit industry, who will be speaking about fundraising in the current economic environment and his recommendations on how to build online success for your organization. The seminar will feature content from Hart’s latest book, People to People Fundraising: Social Networking and Web 2.0 for Charities, and its related educational website p2pfundraising.org

 

Date:               March 12th, 2009 :  8:30AM – 1:00PM

Location:        American Express

3 World Finance Center

                        Floor 26 Room 5/6

                        New York, NY 10012

Register Now at www.newgiving.org! 


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Join The Online Discussion - What Others Are Saying
281 Members In This Free Group
http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/1451037

Join our online discussion group for those interested in sharing information and linking with other P2PFundraising experts and interested parties.

http://www.p2pfundraising.org and click "Online Discussion Group" (in left hand THINGS TO DO")

So far 281 members from all over the world have signed up. Join us for this free discussion group.

Samples discussions click below..


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Get a New Website Designed, Matching Nonprofit Standards
Just $727.00 Including 1 Year of Hosting
http://www.p2pfundraising.com

Most smaller nonprofits have always struggled to build and maintain an affordable yet highly functioning website.

P2PFundraising has joined forces with the Thomas Group and JustGive.org to bring you a Ted Hart APPROVED website design. If you have been to any of Ted's live website reviews, and cringed just a little, that your website would not meet the criteria, now you can have a professional website, that you can update yourself, and build it for just $727.00 Including 1 Year of Hosting.

Go to
http://www.p2pfundraising.com for all the details. Call Blair at 800-472-3033 ext.121.

Ask for the special pricing for P2PFundraising.org Web Design for Charities and Non-Profits.


 
FatWallet.com Donates $30K to Food Pantries Via Twitter
Uses Twitter.com to decide charitable giving
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2008/12/prweb1785424...

(PRWEB) December 24, 2008 -- FatWallet.com is campaigning via the word-of-mouth channel Twitter.com to raise up to $30,000 for various food pantries. For every "follower" that the twitter profile "FatWallet" adds to its twitter network of contacts by December 31, 2008, FatWallet.com will donate one dollar to food pantries, up to $30,00 in donations.

As the preferred shopping resource for over one million savvy consumers, FatWallet.com works closely with over 800 merchant partners like Dell, Travelocity, and Wal-Mart to publish exclusive offers, online coupons, and cash back rebates. The growing FatWallet.com forum represents the pulse of not only FatWallet.com but also an evolving online marketplace where consumers gather to share and learn. FatWallet.com ranks by Quantcast as one of the top 1,000 Internet properties, worldwide. www.fatwallet.com.

For more information, please contact Laura Pagles of FatWallet.com, (815) 877-8992.

 


 
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