At the end of each month, in addition to links to the articles I have written on the other FastTrack Fundraising blogs, I will also provide a few links to interesting articles I’ve read during the month on the general topic of fundraising. Here are just five outstanding posts that I think you will enjoy!

Here is a wild article that really pushes a lot of buttons. It’s stuff I’ve thought myself on many occasions, but I never quite said quite so eloquently. It’s from Wild Woman Fundraising.

This is a link to a great blog that I have just recently started checking out. It’s from Kivi’s Non-profit Communications Blog. In this particular post, Kivi shares four terrific non-profit free e-book guides.

Here is a short one, but it get right to the point. If you would like to develop your online presence by using Facebook, be sure to take this advice to heart! From Katya’s Non-profit Marketing Blog.

Staying with the Facebook theme, here is an excellent post from FrogLoop.com that reminds us why a Facebook page will never replace a really good website. I know it’s tempting not to pay for a full-functioning website, but the author makes some excellent points.

Lastly, here is a story that I think I’ll write about myself in the near future, but for now, here is the Huffington Post’s take on the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation legal bru-ha-ha. I’m not a lawyer, but this seems pretty lousy to me.

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Posted on 31 January 2011

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