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Thursday, April 8, 2010 P2P Issue 28: Jon Carson, Online Auctions, Digital Leap, Internet Management, Clean Facebook, Be My Guest   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 28  
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Social Networking
Jon Carson and Steve Culbertson: BlogTalkRadio (Monday @ 12 Noon EDT)
Digital Leap is just two weeks away.
Internet Management for Nonprofits: Strategies, Tools and Trade Secrets (The AFP/Wiley Fund Development Series)
HOW TO: Clean Up Your Facebook Profile
Be My Guest: Complimentary Tickets to - Digital Leap ENTER BY APRIL 13
Links from April 12 Radio Show - Page 1 News
678 Linkedin Group Members - Who will be the 679th?
Jon Carson and Steve Culbertson: BlogTalkRadio (Monday @ 12 Noon EDT)
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Call in and join the radio program @ 12 Noon on Monday, April 12.

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The big day is Friday, April 23 and you don't want to miss it.

Sign up today for a full day of digital marketing seminars. Hear success stories and learn up-to-the-minute techniques from digital experts, including:

  • Ted Hart; CEO, Hart Philanthropic Services Group/
  • Alan Clayton; Director, Clayton Burnett Ltd.
  • Christy Scott; Agency Lead, Google & Volunteer Lead, Google Grants
  • Scott Stratten; President,
  • Andrew Mosawi; VP of International Development, BlackBaud
  • Mark Banbury; VP and CIO, PLAN Canada
  • Philip King; President and CEO, Artez Interactive

Web 2.0 and social networking have the power to find new audiences, build relationships and take your fundraising to a whole new level. So don't get left behind.

Register today for just $199. Bring a colleague and both of you can come for just $174 each. But remember, space is limited.

Following the conference, you can continue the conversation over drinks and finger foods at Lobby Bar, 192 Bloor Street West. It's just a two minute walk east from the conference venue. We can't wait to see you there!

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Internet Management for Nonprofits: Strategies, Tools and Trade Secrets (The AFP/Wiley Fund Development Series)
New Book Available For Order


The official online release date is April 19 on Amazon. Internet Management for Nonprofits you can order your copy today!

Book signings scheduled in Atlanta at NTEN Conference on April 9

and in Baltimore at AFP International Conference on April 13.

More than 18 months in development, 28 expert authors, this is the essential guide for nonprofits wanting to manage their Internet applications in a coordinated, cost-effective, and efficient manner

Blackbaud's Steve MacLaughlin's First Photo of the New Book - Atlanta GA The rapid onset of increasingly advanced and complex technologies has challenged nonprofits to invest with their sparse resources in attempting, and failing, to keep pace with for-profit companies, with the result that most now cannot compete with new commercial products and commercial applications. Internet Management for Nonprofits reveals how current technologies can be utilized in full measure most effectively by nonprofits and addresses how to manage various applications for maximum benefit to internal operations and community service.

  • Covers management models, social networking information, case studies, fundraising strategies, collaboration and coordination examples, and sample communications techniques
  • Includes chapters written by leading Internet professionals
  • In-depth discussion of Website design, technology trends, social networks, managing the organization using online tools, E-governance and board leadership, prospect research and donor modeling, volunteer recruitment and management, mobile technology, stewardship and relationship management, and green technology applications

Filled with case studies, Nonprofit Internet Management also includes screenshots, tables, worksheets and checklists. It's an essential resource for every nonprofit organization operating in our modern wired world.

HOW TO: Clean Up Your Facebook Profile
by Stan Schroeder

As the number of your Facebook friends and apps you (and them) are using increases, your Facebook news feed and wall can turn into one big mess. It’s nice to communicate with your friends, but if you can’t find useful posts amidst all those silly apps or your real friends amongst all the unknown people you’ve befriended, it’s time to clean up your Facebook profile.

Facebook offers extensive options for fine tuning what individual applications and people can see or do on your Facebook profile, but if you haven’t been following all the changes (and Facebook likes to change often), you might feel lost in all the options. We’re offering a rundown of the most efficient ways to make more sense of your Facebook experience.


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Be My Guest: Complimentary Tickets to - Digital Leap ENTER BY APRIL 13
Be Ted Hart's Guest at Online Fundraising Strategies Conference in Toronto

We are are making 5 tickets for Digital Leap Canada on April 23 available for readers of and listeners to the Nonprofit Coach.

There are so many ways to win. All you have to do is sign up for one of the following Social Media connections to Ted Hart and winners will be chosen at random from those who register between Friday, April 2 and Tuesday, April 13. The first ticket (or two) will be given away on the Monday April 12 radio show remaining ticket winners will be notified via email.

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P2P Issue 27: Paulette Maehara, Stephen C. Nill on Radio, NEW BOOK RELEASED, Win Tickets to Digital Leap, 5 Ways To Use You Tube
April 2, 2010
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P2P Issue 26: Scott Stratton on Radio Tomorrow, Digital Toronto, Be My Guest, Google Grant, Jumo Announced
March 22, 2010
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P2P Issue 25: Radio Show Monday, Leap April, Aussies & Canada, DoGooders
March 12, 2010
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P2P Issue 24: BlogTalk Radio, AFP International, Twitter and Facebook Mobile, ArtezInterAction
March 5, 2010
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February 9, 2010
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You are Invited to Digital Leap Canada
January 31, 2010
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P2P Issue 23: Internet Management Tools, Facebook Seniors, Events Online, 600?, Web Design
January 14, 2010
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P2P Issue 22: Foundations Tweet, Revive Email, Google Grants, Web Design, Events Online
September 25, 2009
Vol. 1 Issue 22
P2P Issue 21: We Remember 9/11, Charlotte, Gazelle, Fall Events, Web Design, Required States
September 11, 2009
Vol. 1 Issue 21
P2P Issue 20: Fall Campaigns, 12 Tips Now, 500+, Sell Tickets, Web Design For All
August 21, 2009
Vol. 1 Issue 20
P2P Issue 19: Facebook Community Building, New Ways To Raise Money, LinkedIn, Sell Tickets, See You In Charlotte
August 7, 2009
Vol. 1 Issue 19
Special Issue: Wachovia and Nonprofit Times Sponsors Nonprofit Internet Fundraising Training
June 30, 2009
P2P Vol 1 Issue 18: 390 Members, Secrets Revealed, Planned Gifts, "Deleted"?, Seattle
May 29, 2009
Vol. 1 Issue 18
The World Is Invited To London
May 5, 2009
Vol. 1 Issue 22
P2P Vol 1 Issue 17: Kanter's Best Tips, New Standards, Atlanta, Internet Benchmark
April 15, 2009
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P2P Vol. 1.16:, Europe Social Net, Maehara in March, NYC on 12th, Keywords Key
March 6, 2009
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P2P Vol. 1.15 Moscow, Find Donors, New Google, American Express, FatWallet
February 9, 2009
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P2P Vol. 1.14: NonProfit Times, Your Website v09, Form 990, No Cost Virtual Seminar, Mobile Donations
January 15, 2009
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P2P Vol 1.13: LinkedIN Group Formed, Social Networks for Nonprofits, Bof A Report, Learn How Live!
December 8, 2008
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November 25, 2008
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