Monday to Wednesday, 10am - 4pm, ET
1.855.281.5499 (toll free)

chiara's blog

Spotlight on Social Media: Scheduling Content with Later


By now, most nonprofits are familiar with scheduling services like Facebook’s built-in Publishing Tools or platforms like TweetDeck. Fewer organizations know, however, that it is possible to schedule visual content as well. Today, we are going to focus on a Canadian-built platform, called Later, and we’ll be guiding you through the step by step process of scheduling your very own visual content.

Spotlight on Social Media: How to Craft an Editorial Calendar

The most successful social media accounts don’t leave their messaging to chance. Instead, they invest upfront in the creation of a storytelling structure that brings   key messages into focus. In today’s post, we will be exploring how to get started crafting such a calendar, and what tools you might use along the way to help you meet your outreach goals.

COVID-19: How Nonprofits Can Establish Effective Telecommuting Practices

Many workplaces are either encouraging or mandating that employees work from home in an attempt to limit the spread of coronavirus as well as to protect those who are most vulnerable to contagion. Here at TechSoup Canada, we’ve put together a preliminary round up of recommendations and resources to help support the nonprofit sector during this important transition.

Spotlight on Social Media: Performing a Social Media Audit

media audit  
This month, we are introducing a new series called Spotlight on Social Media Strategies. In this first post, we will be guiding you through the process of conducting a    social media audit. Later in the series we’ll be exploring tools and strategies to help nonprofits enhance their digital outreach, so stay tuned for posts on topics such as content scheduling, Instagram best practices, and more!

What to know (and do) about the sale of .org

For many, .org has become “the online conscience of the Internet… a symbol of doing good, doing better, aspiring for something”. Which is why, when news of its sale spread on November 13th 2019, it sent shock waves through the web. For many, the decision to sell the domain to a private equity firm called Ethos Capital--which has offered a whopping US$ 1.135 billion for the registry--raises several concerns about the future of .org and its impact on nonprofits.