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  • http://www.bethkanter.org/about-beth/ About Beth | Beth’s Blog - Bio Beth Kanter is the author of Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media, one of the longest running and most popular blogs for nonprofits. Beth
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/speaking/ Speaking | Beth’s Blog - I've been speaking to nonprofit audiences about networks for social change, social media for social good and fundraising, data and learning, nonprofit
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/the-networked-nonprofit/ Books | Beth’s Blog - My new book is available for pre-order here. Get a copy of my book, "Measuring the Networked Nonprofit" with Co-Author, KD Paine or download the Kindle
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/work-with-beth/ Work with Beth | Beth’s Blog - If you're interested in working me with, please use my contact form to send me an inquiry. Some examples of my work: Training and Capacity Building
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/best-of-beth/ Best of Beth | Beth’s Blog - Here's where you can find links to my presentations, articles, resource lists, workshop curriculum, and more. Presentations: Heard me speak at a
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/contact/ Contact | Beth’s Blog - Speaking Availability Inquiry? If you're interested in finding out my availability for speaking engagements, please include the date, location, name of the
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/inspired-motivated/ The One Simple Thing That Nonprofit Leaders Do To Keep Inspired and Avoid Burnout | Beth’s Blog - Mike Brune, Sierra Club Executive Director Yesterday, I was honored to fill in as MC and interviewer for Darian Rodriguez Heyman at the Nonprofit Fundraising
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/happy-healthy-fundraiser/ A Few Self-Care Tips for Fundraisers During Stressful Year End Giving Time | Beth’s Blog - Flickr Photo by Brittany Bush We are heading into the most stressful time of year for nonprofits, especially for fundraisers. Year-end giving campaigns.
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/step-it-up/ Let’s Step It Up: Join Me for a Walking Challenge | Beth’s Blog - The Surgeon General in partnership with Fitbit has issued the Step It Up! Challenge open to all Americans, running from October 13, 2016 at 12:01 AM PDT and

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  • Doglover - No Complaints!

    Really good! It conditions well, doesn't make the hair crunchy or anything, and is just fine to use on damp hair that you intend to heat style later.

  • Luke - Expensive but worth it. Light, good airflow

    Great helmet. Had probably two years of use now. Thankfully haven't taken a spill to test its protection, but it is very light and let's good air flow through on hot rides.

  • Rochelle Wing - Reviews are horrible

    217 Complaints with the BBB in Texas, because they do not honor their trial period. Reports of machine breaking after 3 uses, horrible customer service. Made me squeamish -- I bought a Denair. Buyer Beware.

  • SavannahLady - I was right. As a customer, I will never get my hair bleached in a salon after reading this. Scary lack of important information

    I'm a consumer, not a hair stylist. For the life of me, I could not figure out why almost every single time I went to the salon to get my roots bleached, they kept fumbling and bumbling like clowns and burning areas or clumps of hair off, or frying my hair so that it disintegrated shortly after the appointment, then would act snotty or yell at me that they went to beauty school and know everything, so they could not ever do anything wrong. Whereas, nothing bad has ever happened at all when I bleach my hair myself at home neatly & carefully according to the directions on the package.. So I was convinced that they must not be hardly learning anything in beauty school about hair bleaching, and I ordered this book to do some detective work and find out for myself. I was right! This book has 1120 pages, but only TWO pages about how to use bleach lightener, and those two pages contain scarcely any informative or important information. It is outdated information that appears to be from 20 years ago, saying old fashioned things like "powder lighteners should never touch the scalp, but there might be new versions of powder lightener nowadays that can touch the scalp".