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Best Bits: How can charities encourage people to continue giving? - The Guardian

Best Bits: How can charities encourage people to continue giving? - The Guardian | Indigenous Australians | Scoop.it
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Best Bits: How can charities encourage people to continue giving?
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If they don't they won't go any further no matter how we ask them.
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Exclusive: How Ohio's Republican governor sold the state on expanding Medicaid - Washington Post (blog)

Exclusive: How Ohio's Republican governor sold the state on expanding Medicaid - Washington Post (blog) | Indigenous Australians | Scoop.it
Exclusive: How Ohio's Republican governor sold the state on expanding Medicaid
Washington Post (blog)
“Clearly, they [Kasich's office] could see it happening as it played out in the newspapers and through social media,” Camper says.
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Using Social Graphs to Understand Enterprise Social Network Usage (Part 1) - Business 2 Community

Using Social Graphs to Understand Enterprise Social Network Usage (Part 1) - Business 2 Community | Indigenous Australians | Scoop.it
Using Social Graphs to Understand Enterprise Social Network Usage (Part 1) Business 2 Community This two part series will look at ways presenting the activity and connections in your social network to illustrate where it is working well, and where...
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Get Over Yourself and Get On Google+ | Copyblogger

Get Over Yourself and Get On Google+ | Copyblogger | Indigenous Australians | Scoop.it
Google+ is now the second largest social network in terms of active users, passing Twitter and ranking only second to Facebook. So much for the “ghost town” theory, huh? Where did all that ghost town talk come from, anyway ...
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