NPQ’s Week in Review
Good Morning! It’s a brand new day and news is more participatory than ever before. NPQ is part of that new day.
NPQ is a network made up of you and tens of thousands of other readers and correspondents. This participation from our readers brings a breadth of perspective and knowledge to what we do. In our newest feature, “NPQ’s Week in Review,” we will be highlighting this engagement – whether it is in the form of tweets, comments, or contributed articles and Newswires. Our hope is that your engagement will grow over time, allowing NPQ to reflect your wisdom in our pages.
NPQ’s Week in Review is new and will change over the next few months in response to your suggestions.
We especially ask you to note the Now it’s Your Turn section – so we can keep on top of your suggestions for topics to be covered.
CONVERSATION OF THE WEEK.
Rick Cohen’s feature article on the ethical dilemma of dirty money sparked quite a conversation last week. What would you do? Take the money and run (to deposit it in your group’s bank account) or refuse to take potentially dirty money? Go check out the conversation happening in the comments section of the article.
Readers Pick. Hottest hitting article OF THE WEEK.
The Ripple effect OF THE WEEK.
Trending Tweets of the week.
The two NPQ stories that you tweeted the most last week were about social media. The first was about a study that found Few Nonprofits See Increases in Fundraising as a Result of Facebook, and the second pointed out just how Ethnicity Matters in Social Media Engagement. Also tweeted enthusiastically was the Newswire about a study that found Corporate Volunteerism Programs are Good Business. Here’s a sneak peek below. And thanks for sharing! And if you aren’t already follow us @npquarterly.
Contributor OF THE WEEK.
Joe Waters is a cause marketing consultant, blogger, and frequent commenter and tweeter of all things NPQ. He’s what you call an engaged reader! For example, Joe facilitated a stimulating conversation on Twitter about our Facebook fundraising Newswire. This is the kind of contribution we value so much in our readers. See, to be a valuable contributor or to collaborate with NPQ, you don’t necessarily have to write a column or article , but you can give us a tip, a link, or a nudge – like Joe often does. Read his blog. It’s a good one. E-mail email@example.com.
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN! GIVE IT TO US.
Did we miss something this week? What do you want to see us cover next week? Be our eyes and ears on the ground. Don’t hold back. Let us have it. And we’ll put it right here. Just let us know if you want it to be confidential.