Support FTI through internet advertising
FTI actively uses Web 2.0 technologies to reach out to the target audience. Anyone can run ads on Adwords or Facebook in support of FTI. If you do so, please target your ads to the Indian audience. The following websites can be targeted for this purpose. You can, of course, invite your friends to the relevant Facebook pages/ groups.
Sponsor FTI members for leadership training/conferences
If you wish to, you can sponsor FTI members directly (ie. not through FTI) for leadership training or education, or to any conference that you think they could benefit from.
You may consider supplying books on liberty to local FTI chapters or translating good books into local Indian languages for distribution through the FTI network. Write to info AT freedomteam DOT in if you have a question on this.
Propagate widely the message of FTI
Talk about FTI on your blog or magazine, or otherwise spread the word about FTI.
Link FTI's websites to your website or blog (if any). Here's appropriate code:
<a href = "http://freedomteam.in/"><img src ="http://freedomteam.in/images/FTIlogo-registeredcopy-forblog.jpg" width = 150 height = 160>http://freedomteam.in/</a>.
Please note that we are trying to create widgets for blogspot and wordpress, which will make it easier to get these links across the blogsphere.
Join FTI's Policy Reference Group
Eminent policy thinkers from India or abroad are welcome to join FTI's Policy Reference Group and act as a platform for FTI members to bounce ideas off. Membership is by invitation only, so you'll have to write to us with credentials – see instructions in the link above.
Join FTI support groups
- Facebook : "We DEMAND Freedom and Good Governance!" Group, Boycott corrupt policticians, become a fan of FTI. Also join causes and activities such as: One Rupee Freedom Movement. More details in the FTI magazine.
- Orkut : We want Freedom!
- Linkedin : Freedom and Capitalism in India
- Youtube : FTI's channel
- Myspace : We want Freedom!
- FTI on Twitter
- Plaxo FTI group.
Subscribe to FTI member blogs
Meet your future political representatives on their own blogs, and debate issues with them!
- Anupam Sarwaikar's blog: Cutting Chai.
- Ashish Jauhari's blog: Careless Whispers
- India of my dreams
- Sanjeev Sabhlok's occasional blog
- Shantanu Bhagwat's blog: Satyameva Jayate
- Vidyut Jain's blog