The Filter 4/29/14: Your Weekly Advancement News Roundup

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The Filter is a weekly post made up of the best tech, fundraising, and alumni relations conversations that caught our eye in the last seven days.

 

TECH

Facebook’s money transfer service could replace Paypal (Forbes)

Weibo—China’s Twitter clone—has roller coaster IPO launch (Reuters)

Facebook introduces Nearby Friends search (TechCrunch)

 

FUNDRAISING

New report shows that informing donors of the impact of your fundraising doesn’t lead to more gifts (Chronicle of Philanthropy)

The Stockholm School of Economics shares how it tripled its alumni participation rate in just 6 weeks (Advancement Live)

Are all the fundraisers in your office talking the same language? (Nonprofit Quarterly)

 

ALUMNI RELATIONS

Your school’s Facebook advertising budget should be 10x bigger (EverTrue)

4 must-know features for nonprofits in Twitter’s new profile design (Nonprofit Tech for Good)

How to make time for Social Donor Management (EverTrue)

 

HAPPY TUESDAY!

Meb Keflezighi is the first American man to win the Boston Marathon in more than 30 years (YouTube)

 

We read and scour as much as we can, but if one of your faves didn’t make this week’s list, be sure to let us know in the Comments section below!

 

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