Online volunteering and microtasking: Implications for civil society organisations (via GuideStar International’s Blog)

Another interesting blog post linking CSOs (see dictionary for definition) and online volunteering (including micro-volunteering).

Online volunteering and microtasking: Implications for civil society organisations The nature of volunteering is adapting as technology changes.  People are volunteering via the internet and their mobiles now. But what are the implications of this for the charitable sector?  Who will be the volunteers, what will they volunteer, what countries will they come from and what, if any will be the labour and tax law implications? Those are questions that have complicated answers.  However, mobile and internet volunteering will require … Read More

via GuideStar International’s Blog

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3 Comments to “Online volunteering and microtasking: Implications for civil society organisations (via GuideStar International’s Blog)”

  1. It wonderes me to see how many comments this website is getting. I guess it have lots of enteries. how do you obtain that sort of traffic?

    • I have a grand total of 7 comments I think and 3 likes (two of which are from myself). Readership is growing, albeit agonisingly slowly; I did start this blog nearly a month ago and have been writing an entry pretty much every day. Twitter has got me a few readers (by following others and a few of them following you). But the best method is by liking, linking and commenting on other wordpress blogs. Having reasonable content also helps I hope.

  2. Hello! This is my first visit to your blog! We are a team of volunteers and starting a new project in a community in the same niche. Your blog provided us valuable information to work on. You have done a extraordinary job!

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