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group password: nptechwiki


This is a community wiki of examples of how nonprofits and social change makers

are using popular social networks to get the word out and inspire actionIt was

originally created for a presentation by Joe Solomon, "Using Social Media for Social Change"


Help make this wiki a great resource for the nonprofit community by adding links to

your favorite case studies. Add your name with a link to your blog or website at the bottom. 



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Comments (1)

SocialMedia4ChangeFan said

at 11:26 am on Aug 15, 2008

We also use Yelp and Upcoming for event listings, Pownce for microblogging and Friendfeed as an aggregator. Our blog is www.movinglifeforward.org

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