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Corey

Great job pulling together some of the details about the money raised and making some interesting observations about the long-tail effect for the blogathon! I'm going to mention and point to this post in my next podcast so people can read about it first hand.
I'd love to know more about how much each of the bloggers promoted their participation and efforts and if multiyear participation has an effect on the dollars raised?

John Frost

I think Blogathon suffers from lack of promotion. I heard about it only briefly last year because the charity I support was included, but this year, there was no build up, no mention in any of the blogs I read, nothing.

Beth Kanter raised over $70,000 just by herself with a Network For Good widget earlier this year. So the money is out there in the blogosphere, you just have to reach enough people to get heard.

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