change.org, Internet, nptech, Rethos, Social Networking

change.org is live!

Change.org

Courtesy of techcrunch, one of the first true social networks for nonprofit constituents has gone live today. Actually, check out the comments. The commenters have contributed a long list of other nonprofit social networking sites. However, change.org is more of a general social networking site so they’re more unique in that aspect. Change.org doesn’t seem to have penetrated the nonprofit tech blogosphere yet but if you hit techcrunch’s front page I guess that’s good enougn. Rethos.com should be up next in this space…Where you at, Salzman?

The beta was very interesting. I’ll take a look and report back.

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2 Comments

  • On 02.07.07 Ben Rattray said:

    Thanks for the post, Allen! I was actually just about to email you a note about this, but it looks like you beat me to it.

    I look forward to hearing more of what you think once you start playing around with the site!

    Ben
    Founder, Change.org

  • On 02.07.07 abenamer said:

    Yup — just added my pic to the site. I’m trying to figure it out from both a user perspective and from the nonprofit perspective. I’ll probably have to figure this out while I’m on vacation…

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