If you want to keep friends of your organization up-to-date on events, meetings, and deadlines, adding a calendar to your website is a must. But who has time to design and build a calendar by hand? Fortunately, there’s no need to do that, since numerous online tools make it easy to build, update, and publish a professional calendar on your nonprofit’s website. All you need is an Internet connection, a web browser, and a bit of spare time.This article was updated in December 2009 by TechSoup Staff Writer, Elliot Harmon, based on the original article authored by Brian Satterfield on March 13, 2007.
Data is a valuable ingredient in any operation. For us non-profits, the data that we have can help us determine the type of problems we need to address, where these problems are and what kind of support is necessary.
However, with over 7.5 billion people today and more varieties of problems & concerns than we can count, managing data – let alone finding data – has turned into as much of a challenge as developing and determining our responses to it.
IDCloudHost is a local web service provider based in Indonesia that offer a wide range of services including domain name registration and cloud hosting to name a few.
This donated package can only be availed once and is for Indonesia NGOs only. Any additional packages bought cannot be used on the same domain, and renewal of the domain and hosting should be arranged directly with IDCloudHost.
This would include one year registration of a custom domain name for your website and one year worth of cloud hosting to help support your website’s overall accessibility and availability.
Benefits for Organizations
You can use IDCloudHost’s web services to:
- Improve your website’s overall search engine optimization (SEO) and be easily discovered by potential donors and supporters by providing it with a custom domain which can include NGO-specific extensions such as .org or .or.id
- Keep your website online and minimize instances of web downtime through dedicated cloud hosting services
The one-time offer would include 1-year worth of the following:
- Your own custom website domain name which can include NGO-specific extensions such as .org or .or.id
- IDCloudHost Elite-Pro cloud hosting, which includes the following specifications:
- Triple Core
- 20 GB storage space
- 2 GB virtual memory
- Unlimited bandwidth
- More information here: https://idcloudhost.com/hosting-ssd-murah-indonesia/
Retrieving the services
Once the admin fee for this request has been made, kindly follow the necessary steps to accomplish and retrieve the domain and cloud-hosting service:
- Forward the formal TechSoup receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wait for 24-48 hours for IDCloudHost to communicate with your organization and to provide you with the instructions on where you will be forwarding the details and requirements to registered the desired domain
Note: Certain identification documents may be required from you such as organization registration documents and identification cards (e.g. Government IDs, Passports, etc.) as is traditionally required when registering a domain.
This offer will be made available to Indonesian NGOs only once. Renewal after the first year will be arranged directly with IDCloudHost for the appropriate market price. Additional packages bought will be for a different domain since renewal should only be arranged with IDCloudHost directly.
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One of the largest web shifts over the last few years has been the increasing move to a real social web. From the ubiquitous Facebook "Like" button to Google’s new +1, it’s never been easier to share what you’ve found exploring. But sometimes clicking the share button just isn’t enough.
For the social web to come alive and really spark change, users need to be given other actions to take beyond standard sharing. We’re constantly exploring new and improved ways to mobilize communities; here are three sites that ask users to do more than simply hit share, but instead to take an action and to be part of something real.
How do you find a reliable provider that meets your organization's needs — especially when there are thousands of hosting services out there, a plethora of features and tools to choose from, and pricing options ranging anywhere from $5 to $500 or more per month?
Idealware asked seven nonprofit technology consultants to share their favorite Web hosting providers and to offer some guidance on navigating the options. We've consolidated their advice in this primer on Web hosting services.
If your organization is building a new Web site from scratch — or updating an existing one — you may need to rely on professional help when it comes to design and implementation. The following guidelines can help you plan and design a polished, functional site that meets your organization's needs.
This article focuses on the high-level management and planning decisions you need to make when you design or re-design your Web site. We'll discuss some of the major phases of a design project, some of the lingo and jargon you'll encounter and the tools and skill sets you might need
A well-designed, user-friendly website can help you engage new members, raise money, and communicate with decision-makers. But creating this site affordably, and finding the right tools to build and host it, can be a challenge — especially when you are relying on in-house talent with little or no web-development expertise.