Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Nice reference letter from a client

Hi All, 
I know I've been quiet lately. Lot's going on. I wanted to share with you a letter I received from a non-profit that I worked with on a recent fundraising campaign. 

As I've grown in the indie publishing world, I've gotten more involved with social media. This has led to various freelance projects and helping others with developing platforms. Social media is a constant maze that changes almost daily. 

In this recent project, I worked with two non-profits to help them set up a social media program and then launch a fundraising campaign. It was a very rewarding project and we were able to help them raise enough money to receive a dollar for dollar match by the WK Kellogg Foundation. 

Some nice props from the Southern Partners Fund
I just received this letter in the mail today. It made my day!

Thanks to Linda and her team for helping make this a truly successful experience.  

If you are interested in learning more about working with social media please leave a comment below and I'll be happy to discuss with you.


  1. I'm not sure if it would be accurate to say that I'm 'interested' in learning more about working with social media, but I've been bludgeoned into the belief that it is a necessary evil for us indie authors. I've read a fair amount about it and stumbled around with Fazebook and a few other sites, but it is patently obvious that I'm an analog dude in a digital world. If you have any thoughts, Jim, I'd love to hear 'em.

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