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Using Social Media to Research and Connect with Grant Funders – Fad or Best Practice?

Eighteen months ago, I would not have believed my 2013 professional development goals would involve increasing the integration of social media into my business. Nor would I have believed that I would be seeking to increase my team and my clients’ understanding of how to connect with current and potential grant funders via social media. […]

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Is the Use of Social Media for Nonprofits Worth the Time and Effort?

We are hearing a lot about the new technology and importance of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc. After all, social media was the powerful tool used to overturn dictators and to bring public awareness to critical issues such as child soldiers and Joseph Koni. Its use was also extremely effective in […]

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Telecommuting is a 21st Century Possibility – Part 4

Setting Up for and Evaluating Success The streets were empty except for the main street that passed by the State Opera House on Andrássy út and Nyugati train station. It was National Day in Hungary and most of the residents had left for the weekend to avoid the mobs demonstrating in city squares. The police brigades were […]

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Telecommuting is a 21st Century Possibility – Part 1

[Editor’s Note: This is the first of a series of four articles. It is running jointly on E-Philanthropy and Technology Review and Grants and Foundations Review.]   Living abroad had long been a goal of mine and my husband. So when he came to me with a proposal to teach English in Budapest for six months, […]

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Telecommuting is a 21st Century Possibility – Part 1

[Editor’s Note: This is the first of a series of four articles. It is running jointly on E-Philanthropy and Technology Review and Grants and Foundations Review.] Living abroad had long been a goal of mine and my husband. So when he came to me with a proposal to teach English in Budapest for six months, I […]

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Technology Can Improve Organizational Communication Beyond Email Messages

With the technological advances that made email and instant messaging possible, the world found that both personal and professional communication changed forever. And while some may lament the impersonal nature that has come to characterize many email transmissions today, no one wishes to turn back the hands of time to the days when business communication […]

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