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Subject: Re: UKNM: Charities and the web
From: jason
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2000 14:03:25 GMT

>>Does anyone have experience of offering a charity donation as an incentive
for a visitor to do something (eg register their e-mail address, or remember
to log off)? This seems to be a growing phenomenon, but I haven't been able
to find reliable information about its effectiveness.

Might be worth taking a look and contacting Say It With Ease
(http://www.sayitwithease.com/index4.html) where every time you send a
postcard you contribute to charity - they also have an ISP
http://www.care4free.net"}http://www.care4free.net which gives 1 to charity
when a user's been online for
10 hours.

Not sure which charity they're connected to though.

Jason

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