New White Paper – Non-Profits and Social Media

February 23, 2009 at 9:05 am Leave a comment

We’ve been developing this for about a month now. The delays came mainly from several changes in the social-media arena in that very short span of time — including the “on/off” situation with Facebook.

But we finally “closed” this book and published it. Now, it’s here for you. Thanks to Scribd, you too can have a copy of it. As always, if you have questions, etc., please contact me. Thanks.

View this document on Scribd

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