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Another Way to Participate in our Social Media Wiki Carnival and a Few Shout-Outs

So by now you know that David Wilcox and I are sponsoring a Social Media Wiki Carnival this week to add to the knowledge and tools we're trying to develop for nonprofits in our two wikis. We offered a number of ways to contribute your expertise, but here's another one that I thought of.

Pick a page or two (or 10) in each of our wikis and take a look through. Let us know if that page is helpful to you or if there's particular information that you do or don't like. Also let us know what you think is missing. I know, for example, in my own wiki that there are sections that are more built out than others. I also know that in some places I'm pretty clear and in other places I'm probably not.

It would be very helpful to me and to David in making these wikis useful to the nonprofit community if we got a sense of what you thought of what's already there. So if you have the time and the inclination, take a look at David's Social Media Wiki and/or mine and let us know what you think. You can either leave notes in Comments/Discussion sections of our pages (you'll see them in the top tabs) or you can e-mail us directly.

Also, I wanted to take the opportunity to thank a couple of people who have been helping us get the word out about the Carnival:

Both David and I are really grateful for the support, so thanks to both Stewart and Beth for that.


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