#12DaysOfGiving Day 9: Amy Neumann @CharityIdeas & National Domestic Violence Hotline

Day 9 features an amazing woman with an amazing topic & charity. I'm beyond happy to have Amy Neumann (@CharityIdeas) as our feature today in #12DaysOfGIving. Amy is another person who was featured as someone using Twitter To Inspire The World, and I've had the chance to meet her in person through our friend Lotay (featured on Day 8) at one of his Black Card Circle Foundation events. She is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and a leading voice in using social media to benefit charities and other good causes. Her twitter bio is colorful and awesome: Passionate for #socialgood! people + #charity#nptech. Insatiably curious. Eternal optimist. ? @12DaysGiving#12DaysofGiving ? http://soc-impact.com Her post, about the National Domestic Violence Hotline, is thought-provoking and just might make you cry... or, even better, donate. Help a Woman Break the Chains of Domestic Violence The Holidays are about giving, sharing, and spreading joy, which is why I’m honored to be part of the “12 Days of Giving!” Sometimes things ...

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#12DaysOfGiving Day 3: Ann Tran & St Jude

Day 3 of the #12DaysOfGiving challenge features Twitter hero a Huffington Post blogger, Ann Tran. I've known Ann for about as long as I've been on Twitter and we were featured in the Huffington Post article 16 People on Twitter Who Inspire the World. According to her Twitter Bio, @AnnTran_  is: "Happily Married. Spiritual Seeker. Enjoys Travel, Beaches, Wine, Hiking and Photographing Nature." She is also extremely motivated and passionate ...

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#12DaysOfGiving Day 1: Claire Diaz-Ortiz & Hope Runs

Who better to lead out our first 1 of #12DaysofGiving than social good superstar Claire Diaz-Ortiz. @ClaireD - has been leading social innovation, philanthropy, and causes at Twitter since 2009. She is the author of Twitter for Good: Change the World, One Tweet at a Time, and is a frequent international speaker on how to use social media for good. Claire holds an MBA from Oxford University, ...

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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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Social Media Serendipity – Lunch with Lotay Yang & Surprise Guest Mariel Hemingway

Today was the best day ever. (Many reasons, but here's one of them) When I started the Social Media Adventure I had one simple but powerful purpose: To prove that social media has the power to develop authentic, genuine in-person relationships and help bring people together to make the world a better place. Since then, I have been a passionate advocate of the belief that amazing things happen through social ...

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16 Amazing Men on Twitter and the Awesome Charities They Support –
Huffington Post Article

Sean Gardener, columnist for the Huffington Post recently wrote this: I've received hundreds of emails and tweets from people who were inspired by my blogpost, 16 Amazing Women on Twitter and the Awesome Charities they Support. But many also wanted to see a post about 16 men doing extraordinary work, and who value service and volunteerism. And, they wanted to hear about more nonprofits making a difference, and ...

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