It’s been awhile since I’ve posted to the 2.0 category. For those that know me, my affection for all things free and effective is not a surprise. Since the inception of the concept, I’ve witnessed the growth of an idea into a truly effective tool which should be integrated in any organization’s marketing plan. Here in the Adirondacks, we have a plethora of “non-profits” and a whole slew of “barely-profitables”. When resources are scarce, Adirondack ingenuity must come into play. Today, I’m making Seth an honorary Adirondacker for providing this very succinct resource – Org2.0 – A Cheatsheet for Non-Profits. So easy, so obvious.
Update: Seth’s right on. Pretty much. First, I actually haven’t used Feedster.com or don’t remember. Anyway, a quick search on my favorite topic revealed a never-ending list of splogs. I wonder what’s powering that search? Most of my content “A-lists” are news or primary sources, my luck with blog tracking has been mixed. Technorati and Google are good, but does anyone have any other tools they like? Also, I haven’t really utilized Digg, especially since they branched out into other topic areas. One article, 4 diggs – opportunity or waste of time?