Facebook, Friends, Freemiums, and Fundraising

Hannan, Maureen
February 2011
Parks & Recreation;Feb2011, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p72
The article focuses on various web-based software tools for the management of park and recreation. It says that the best all-around community-building tools for volunteers and agencies could be found on Facebook and Twitter wherein Twitter has dynamic interactive add-ons such as online micro-survey and video tweets. The Eteamz.com features fundraising support and payment collection tools while eSportsdesk.com allows general team administration, scoring data manipulation, and athlete profiles.


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