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How your non-profit can earn revenue with Web 2.0: Part 4 - Fee for service

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How your non-profit can earn revenue with Web 2.0: Part 3 - Earning revenue with advertising

Welcome to the latest installment in our series on revenue sources for non-profit social media projects. Today, I'm looking at what many non-profits first think of (and often, recoil at) when it comes to earning money online: advertising.

If your site attracts a lot of visitors -- or even a niche community of visitors that advertisers want to reach -- you can place advertising on your site to generate revenue. There are three types of advertising to consider:

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Jerry Greenfield on entrepreneurship at Oberlin (live blogging)

Ben & Jerry took a correspondence course to learn how to make ice cream, and opened shop for the first time in May 1978. Then winter came, and people stopped buying ice cream. Jerry describes himself as the least creative and entrepreneurial person he knows -- it's all been Ben -- but he then came up with the company's best marketing idea ever:
PODCBZE. Percent off per degree celsius below zero.

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