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Jonathan Goldford is a partner at Wired Impact, a web design company that builds websites for nonprofits. Jonathan spends the majority of his time focused on web development and is passionate about encouraging nonprofits to use the web as a tool to impact the community. Jonathan has written articles on using web technologies for publications such as Mashable, Business Insider and American Express OPEN Forum.
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