True or False: A Link Exists Between Technology, Non-Profits, and Network Marketing?

OK, Jon…what brings this true/false quiz to the table? =)

So glad you asked! You see me in this picture with four amazing professionals who were in attendance at the Working For Good Conference 2012 at Clark Atlanta University, where I presented on “Building Technological Capacity: The Technology Advantage for the Non-Profit“.

It was lots of fun! I met some amazing people! I heard about some amazing community and business programs!

In fact, a brief time before the event I heard one of my business mentors say that Network Marketing is basically “building a relationship network” and “marketing something of value.” I got to thinking, wow, that's exactly the formula to have success in the non-profit arena today! What better way for any non-profit to network and market, than via current technologies?

As a non-profit director myself, as well as a technology aficionado, I was honored to provide a few tips that would ensure success if acted upon in the early stages of a non-profit launch, but especially when considered on a consistent basis – regardless of the age of your non-profit. I touched on hardware, software, social media, and advanced tech-based business tools for marketing your cause more effectively.

Based on the response and engagement it was well received, so although I'll go ahead and tell you the answer is TRUE, there is a link between technology, non-profits, and network marketing, I will take it one step further and share with you Part 1 of my presentation slides and notes — for FREE! =)

That's right, I have an unabridged version of my notes in PDF format to give you so that you can see for yourself how the truth about this link can help you advance your cause.

There is one catch! To ease getting this into your hands, you must request to join a brief webinar on Part 2 of my presentation (yes, also FREE) which shares a fundraiser program that is bringing thousands of dollars into non-profit organizations all over the USA and Canada! (And YES, any involvement in the fundraiser is also absolutely FREE – ALWAYS – NO QUOTAS!)

So, when you request Part 2 at the web page below, you will be emailed a link for downloading my notes.

Go to to request Part 2 of my presentation and get your free PDF copy of Part 1!

I hope it will help you grow your non-profit and fulfill your mission!

Jon Lonon


The Working for Good Conference is a production of the NonProfit Training Institute (NPTI) and it's founding Director, Jackquelyn Johnson-Ramsey.

Jon Lonon is a 20+ year veteran of the Computer and Technology Industry having a degree in Electrical Engineering and having taught practical Computer Engineering at a Technical College. As an accomplished software developer in several languages, he has seen first-hand the advances in and dependencies upon technology to achieve great success in any business venture of the 21st century. He has transferred his skills and knowledge into the Network Marketing arena, where he continues to build a team of successful network marketers that he named Team Success. Team Success uses and promotes several technologies that enhance business growth, with special emphasis on tools for Network Marketers and Direct Sales Agents.

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