Friday, May 17, 2013

Ask an Advisor Wants Your Questions

Many blog readers know by now about the Community Tool Box (, which has been creating and disseminating practical information about community development online for almost two decades. And many of you may know about the Ask an Advisor feature of the Tool Box, which allows a user anywhere in the world to ask a question about community life  and receive a personalized answer from a volunteer advisor.

What you may not know is that Ask an Advisor is not just open for business – we actively welcome your business. Within our limits, we want as many people as possible to take advantage of this unique skill-building service as we can. So please help spread the word about Ask an Advisor through your colleagues and professional networks – and keep those questions coming in.

To see guidelines,  and examples  of  questions Ask an Advisor can answer, go to, and click on “View Ask an Advisor Questions/Answers” at the top right of the page. Then double-click any question to find the Advisor’s response.

 We’re glad to answer any questions you may have about our Ask an Advisor service, including how you might get involved as an advisor yourself. Contact me at

   Many thanks, and yours in community,

                  Bill Berkowitz
                  For the Community Tool Box Team

1 comment:

  1. Robo advisor

    The definition of a robo-advisor is an automated program that provides financial advice. More precisely, the program manages your investments through an automated algorithm rather than having a person monitoring your portfolio.