May 6, 2009
Zemanta will give away $6,000 to the most blogged about charities during May as part of the Blogging For a Cause challenge.
Three grand will come from the prize money Zemanta won at the Change The Web Challenge last week, while the other half will come from partner Weber Shandwick’s Social Innovation Greenhouse.
Zemanta’s CEO, Ales Spetic, said, “It doesn’t matter what you normally blog about, we want you to write at least one post this month about the cause or charity that matters the most to you. read more
Tags: charity, donation, not-for-profit, zemanta
February 11, 2009
Two British journalists have launched a project to publish a book of comedy writing with all proceeds going to Comic Relief.
TwitterTitters was only announced on Twitter yesterday, yet already the power of the platform is very apparent.
They’ve found an illustrator, and writing submissions — which can include short stories, scripts, poems and prose — have been received. read more
Tags: book, charity, comedy, comic relief, publication, Twitter
October 10, 2008
What can 8,952,087 combined readers do for the world? That is what Blog Action Day is asking, and I am sure you will be hearing much more about it from here and other popular blogs.
I am just putting together my post to go out on 15th October for Blog Action Day because I will be at an affiliate conference on the day, but I hope to be calling in to Blog Talk Radio at some point. What are you going to do on the 15th? read more
Tags: blog action day, Bloggers, charity, poverty