You’ve probably heard that creating a website doesn’t have to be hard. Actually, it can be very hard, but with a few tips and techniques the process can be fairly straightforward and, in fact, enlightening. You can build a nice-looking, professional website for your nonprofit without breaking the bank or being an expert, but only if you take the time to consider a few key questions.
While all websites share usability as a common denominator for their success, usability problems are not normally discovered until a user digs into the website. Holding a user’s attention and interest, visually, when they first come to a site plays an important role in keeping them there.
These days, most participants expect to be able to register for events online. Luckily, there are lots of tools to help with that, ranging from simple to sophisticated and all the way to multi-functional. In this update of an article first published in 2007, we asked a number of nonprofit technology professionals what online registration tools have worked for them.
For occasional social media users, keeping up with new features can be tricky. Whether we are simply not able to keep up, or that the changes happened subtly, the endpoint here is the same – we are missing out!
Narrowing this down to Facebook, the gargantuan social media network has introduced a few key new features as of late that may have went under your radar. To help you catch up on key added features that you can truly capitalize on, here’s an overview of some new Facebook features that you may have missed out on.
Mencari dana untuk kegiatan sosial kita, kini tak perlu lagi dengan membagikan amplop atau mengedarkan kotak amal. Ada cara yang lebih praktis dan efisien, yakni dengan mencari donasi online. Dengan sekali klik, para donator bisa dengan mudah memberikan donasi pada kegiatan-kegiatan amal. Ada banyak model pencarian donasi online yang bisa dilakukan, salah satunya dengan membuat website.
Looking to develop your nonprofit’s own regular newsletter? With a hefty experience of creating those under my belt, I’m pretty excited to give you a hand with yours!
To begin, you should know that newsletters can be a lot of work. Creating one would require you to regularly do these three things: gather content, draft a layout and then send it out. Sounds simple, right? Well, it’s supposed to be! But, let’s be honest, eventually it gets a bit tedious and time-consuming if you’re not using the right tools. But don't worry though, I'll help you sort that out through Mailchimp.
Looking to create your own website? You might want to check out Wix, it’s a free, cloud-based tool that can help you create an unlimited number of stunning websites, without the need for writing even a single line of code!
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Did you know that you can already accomplish a lot of office work with just your browser alone? From creating documents to animating videos, there are now actually tons of cost and installation free, online tools out there that you can access just by connecting to the internet.
So, if you’re either waiting for your new programs, or, simply just looking for cost-effective alternatives to tap in to, here’s a diverse list of tools that can help keep you productive either way.
What do you need to assess whether your organization is ready to migrate to the cloud? This article discusses the key questions you should ask to get started.
Technology is transforming our world and impacts everyone, including nonprofits. According to Business Insider, smartphone sales surpassed personal computer sales last year. Mobile devices can do everything; from research, getting directions, receiving communications, to shopping online.