#12DaysOfGiving Day 12: Beth Kanter @Kanter & Sharing International

Day 12 of #12DaysOfGiving challenge features one of my newest favorite people: Beth Kanter (@Kanter). If anyone has inspired us to the truth that people want to give back and help out, it's Beth. Her twitter bio reads, quite humbly: Let's talk about networked approaches & social media for training and capacity building for the nonprofit sector that leverage learning and impact. but the fact that she has over 400,000 followers shows that she does far more than talk. She leads. Her charity of choice is the Sharing Foundation. Let’s Help Send Some Cambodian Kids To College I’ve been participating in the #12DaysofGiving , a 12-day bonanza of giving, sharing, and promoting social good from 12/13 to 12/24.  Each day a different blogger champions a cause.  Today is the last day and it is finally my turn!    I’m fundraising for the Sharing Foundation, that supports children and young people in Cambodia. HELP ME SEND SOME CAMBODIAN KIDS TO COLLEGE!  DONATE HERE! Why this charity?   Because my ...

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Name Your Challenge – Use & Abuse Joseph for the Autism Fundraiser

I get it. You've been watching me encourage you to donate funds in this awesome fundraiser for 5 days now. You're probably wondering if it's ever going to stop. You might be getting bored of me asking, again and again, to donate to these wonderful kids, diagnosed with autism, that need your support. (All of our support) I realize that, and I want to keep things exciting and amazing ...

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Joseph Ranseth featured among Most Eligible Bachelors on Twitter

Twitter superstar Diana Adams (aka @adamsconsulting) recently decided to use her leverage as a feature writer at the BitRebels.com blog to really shake up the lives of 30 single men, myself included, when she wrote Twitter’s 30 Most Eligible Bachelors. In her words: According to Chadwick Martin Bailey, a market research firm out of Boston, over 20% of couples meet online these days. That is ...

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Country Artists (Singers & Songwriters) Using Social Media

It's interesting to see the traffic that comes to this site and the search terms they use to find it. :) Shortly after I published a post about wanting to date a country singer on my recent trip through nashville, I noticed that people were finding this site while googling "Country Artists Using Social Media" and I was a little perplexed. After all, I'm not really a big ...

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Shortcuts In Social Networking & Stranded in the Tropics

It was a cold, snowy night in Winnipeg (that's in Canada in case you didn't know) and I had an hour of driving left. Following my usual keep-me-from-dozing-while-driving protocol, I posted a tweet inviting my followers to phone me and chat. Ring, ring. "Uh, hello. Is this Joseph?" Asked the sweetest southern drawl I'd heard since the last time I was in Atlanta. "Why yes it is," I replied. "Who ...

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Social Media Adventure Press Release

For many, the idea of a cross continent road trip makes us cringe, but that’s not the case for Joseph Ranseth, a 30-year-old entrepreneur and social media 'evangelist'. He’s out to disprove the notion that technology distances us as a culture, and he’s traveling the distance to prove it. In April 2009, Joseph set out on a road trip from Phoenix to Toronto. Using his cell phone to ...

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