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Twitter for Non-Profits

Posted by Armando Alves | 15-08-2011 20:23 | Category: News

Claire Diaz Ortiz, head of social innovation and executive leadership at Twitter, Inc has just released her book “Twitter for Good”,  showcasing several cases on how people, brands and organizations are using the microblogging service to support non-profit initiatives.

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You can follow @ClaireD on Twitter or Tweet about the book using the #Twitter4Good hashtag.



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What a timely launch the riots have definitely raised the profile of twitter among the mainstream public in the UK, and rather than leading to the tighter restrictions that Cameron talks of I think we will come to see this as a sea change moment for twitter as it is put to increasingly positive and powerful uses

Would be really interested to read this and will certainly be finding it out - have also had a bash at highlighting some of the great things that have been going on on twitter over the last couple of weeks here http://www.forster.co.uk/blog.105.html hopefully useful!

Posted by adam | 16-08-2011 14:34



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