Now that social distancing and lockdown measures have fundamentally changed the way we meet, work, and travel, many volunteers are finding creative ways to continue providing support by relying on technology to keep connections (and commitments) alive.
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In today’s article we will be guiding you through the world of social media analytics to help you get to know your audience better and maximize the reach of your content.
Think back to the days before you could punch your location into Google Maps and find the fastest route. Go back 20 years, and we all relied on roadside maps. Ten to 15 years ago, we would diligently print off directions from MapQuest and carefully keep our eyes peeled for exit numbers and street signs — no prompt needed. Today, if your phone OS lags or Google Maps is slow to update, you feel absolutely lost, even in the heart of your own city.
A Learning Management System (LMS), aka online training software or e-learning authoring tool, is a must have for nonprofits of all sizes. It offers great convenience and efficiency in training, and it’s steadily becoming more affordable. Although in-person employee training will never become obsolete, new technology has allowed us to not only improve training, but to perfect it.
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Digital resilience is commonly associated with the protection of one’s online security. As nonprofits, however, our resilience extends much further than technology. This means that, now more than ever, digital skills play a crucial role in strengthening community-building and advancing digital rights and equity.
Following the webinar organized by ConnectAd, How Nonprofits Can Navigate & Adapt To The COVID Crisis, we have compiled a list of tools and resources that can help your organization manage the crisis.
In the social media universe, algorithms determine which posts people see (and in what order) every time a user signs into their accounts. As a nonprofit, there are several steps that you can take to raise your organization’s profile on the web. Taking some time to boost your online presence will help your posts go even further, leading to greater exposure and higher traction for your content.
If you run a charity website, you might have mixed feelings about search engine optimisation (SEO). To many people, doing SEO feels like cheating Google or inflating search results. While it is true that SEO is all about raising your search engine rankings, it’s not just about inserting random keywords that match what people are searching for.