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Holiday Matinee 10 for 10

A lot of people and non profits ask me how to get started on a user generated content contest for their org or blog. Well here is a pefect example. Check out what my client is doing with their 10 for 10 contest. Simply do something you have never done before. Pick up that violin, grab that paintbrush, write that ...

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Only 29 days left till Lights. Camera. Help.

Lights. Camera. Help. film festival calls for nonprofit and grassroots film June 30, 2009 Entry Deadline Details: www.lightscamerahelp.com Contact: contact@lightscamerahelp.com Lights. Camera. Help., the nonprofit film festival, wants your organization to tell its story through its films and videos. This is the premiere film festival dedicated to nonprofit and grassroots organizations. All proceeds from the festival will be donated to ...

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Who is on Twitter?

From one of our amazing readers:  Pew Research published research on Twitter users in February 2009: http://pewresearch.org/pubs/1117/twitter-tweet-users-demographics. Not  surprisingly, they found that young adults (18-24) are the heaviest adopters.  The researcher also points out that lower income households are more likely to have Twitter users: “17% of internet users in households earning less than $30,000 tweet … compared with 10% ...

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$450,000 from more than 90,000 mobile donors

Freaking Radass, huh? This has to be the largest Mobile Giving Push in history. Twelve-time Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys’ appearance on FOX’s “American Idol” Wednesday night (May 13) raised an astonishing $450,000 from more than 90,000 mobile donors who texted their donations. Keep a Child Alive is the non-profit organization co-founded by Keys to provide health care and housing to ...

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