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Accountability-central.com AC Alert for January 7, 2013 "Sandy" Overshadows Growing Concern on US Drought

Accountability-central.com AC Alert for January 7, 2013 "Sandy" Overshadows Growing Concern on US Drought
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The people living in the Sandy-ravaged Northeastern US states won't believe it for one second, but almost two-thirds of the continental USA is suffering from drought or near drought conditions. A lack of rainfall over the past year has left lakes and rivers dry, and government officials and farmers perplexed as to what comes next. The drought conditions haven't grabbed the headlines -- understandably so in light of Sandy's severity and the proximity of major media to the storm --but neither can they be ignored.

Incite National Business Development Director Nick Cavarra to Speak at the 6th Annual Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference

Nick Cavarra to Present “Engagement Marketing – Tactics Beyond Traditional Mass Media Reach and Frequency” Featured Breakout Session
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November 7, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Incite National Business Development Director Nick Cavarra will speak at the 6th Annual Behavior, Energy and Climate Change conference presenting “Engagement Marketing – Tactics Beyond Traditional Mass Media Reach and Frequency.” The session will be a part of the New Marketing Tactics session on Wednesday, November 14th at 10:30am PST and is described as:

The difference between traditional media advertising and “Engagement Marketing”

SustainabilityHQ.com Weekly Highlights July 05, 2012

SustainabilityHQ.com Weekly Highlights July 05, 2012
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Social Giving Continues to Grow, Digital Giving Index Update

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As the prevalence of social networking expands, peer-to-peer charitable giving continues growing at a steady pace. Network for Good finds a 20% increase in giving via social networks in Q1 2012 versus Q1 2011. In fact, giving has increased across all channels—charity websites, social networks and portal sites—up 16% from the previous year.

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