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This source will provide another possibility for nonprofit organization advertisement. As part of Obama's campaign, he vowed to aide nonprofit groups specifically in recruitment. The creators of major "new-technology" websites have worked with technology developers to produce Obama's vision of a website titled All for Good. The website is similar to Craig Newmark's "Craigslist" website where volunteer organizations can share opportunities for the general public. The article also discusses Peter Deitz's database entitled "Social Actions" that is similar to the President's website. The website is created completly with altruistic motives because creators do not benefit from developing the technology. Rather, prospective volunteers benefit from being able to easily peruse through their options. In this way, however, the google advertisements seem better in that they require volunteers who already have an idea of the organization with which they with to work to come to them. This is a reliable source because it was found through the University of Maryland's Research Portal. Also, the source discusses a program that is open to the public and can therefore be referenced to ensure its authenticity first hand.
Perry, Suzanne. "An Obama-Inspired Volunteer-Recruitment Web Site Will Soon Debut." Chronicle Of Philanthropy 21.17 (2009): 7. Academic Search Premier. Web. 23 Mar. 2013.