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Quick Hits — November 20, 2006

Catching-up-with-the-blogs edition. Credit Where Due To The Netroots. National Journal’s Beltway Blogroll reports on Republican campaign folks giving props to lefty bloggers for Webb’s victory in Virginia and for adding to the “national anti-Republican mood.” Eric...

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More on Using Widgets for Fundraising

Beth Kanter, author of the excellent Beth’s Blog (a great resource on technology and the nonprofit world), writes in to talk more about fundraising with widgets. I’ve just spent about month or so researching widgets for nonprofits over at my blog. The most exciting one, I think, is...

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Quick Hits — November 19, 2006

Think piece edition! The New World, the Rise of the New Culture of Participation. Futurist Jamais Cascio examines the potential of social media and other open source and participatory technologies to leverage the collective intelligence of the internet — and perhaps transform political...

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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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