A recent series from the popular Read/WriteWeb blog provides a great overview of best practices and resources for nonprofits in using the web, including Facebook and MySpace. I couldn't find links to all of the articles listed in one place, so I've gathered them below. (And don't forget to read the comments to these posts--they also have lots of good info):
nonprofits, nota bene: This series would be helpful to any group of nonprofit staff members and volunteers considering ways to use the web more effectively. If your organization has hired a web designer or consultant who is not totally familiar with web strategies for nonprofits, you may want to forward this article to him or her.
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