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How to Build Traffic to a Blog: Ten Tips

So, you’ve launched that blog you’ve always been dreaming of and now you want someone to actually, you know, read it. How do you build traffic to a blog, whether it’s a personal project or a site written for an organization, institution or campaign? I’ve learned a thing or...

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Why Campaigns and Organizations Should Use RSS

Steve Rubel at Micropersuasion is widget-crazy, and he has a whole series of articles to prove it. What am I talking about? Widgets are little applications designed to be inserted into people’s start pages at Google and similar portals as well as into MySpace pages, blogs or normal...

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Quick Hits — November 14, 2006

Post-election, back-to-our-normal-lives edition. Two events this week: Idealware is hosting an online seminar tomorrow to compare open source content management systems Joomla, Drupal, and Plone (nerd alert!), and Alan Rosenblatt’s Internet Advocacy Center is covering MySpace and Facebook...

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Easy Online Fundraising?

Peter Deitz has written an overview of a promising fundraising tool on his site, First-of-its-kind. ChipIn lets activists set up fundraising campaigns without having a merchant account or going through a traditional fundraising vendor. The company can host the campaign completely for those...

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