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November 04, 2007

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Beth Kanter

I just finished my fourth campaign on behalf of the Sharing Foundation to raise money for college scholarships for Cambodian students. I was able to raise $1,000 in less than 24 hours. I went over goal - and raised another scholarship within a week.

Here's a resource on personal fundraising that might be of interest
http://personalfundraising.wikispaces.com

And, if you are looking at measurement/metrics, here's another
http://socialmediametrics.wikispaces.com/

Will Fleiss

We have a non-profit client looking to utilize widgets, and you just gave me a great idea for one. Admittedly weak on the creativity, the only thing that was mentioned was some sort of thermometer that increased as more money was raised. Thank You!

Deepak auction

If you're selling a lot of items then you need to aim to keep your listing fees down. An easy way to do this is hosting your Ebay pictures yourself. If you have already had website then devote some of your hosting space to your listing pictures. For those that don't have their own web site check to see if you have free space provided by your Internet service provider. If you don't have any free web space you can use then consider buying your own domain name and web hosting. It doesn't need to be expensive the very basic package is all you will need.

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