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Google Launches Google for Nonprofits

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Instead of applying to each Google product individually, you can sign up through a one-stop shop application process. Details are here.

Google now denies program to nonprofits they used to serve

Judi Sohn

At Fight Colorectal Cancer, we switched from web host email to Google Apps in 2007 and we haven’t looked back. Last summer, I set up Google Apps for my synagogue. Google used to offer the Education Edition free of charge to any 501(c)3 organization. Google won’t say. Guess which won? With good reason.

Bookshare Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary at Google

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The event was hosted by Google on its campus in Mountain View, California, which is home to some of the most cutting edge technologists in the world.

Comparing Google Apps to Microsoft Outlook

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The Google Apps donation program provides organizational email, calendaring and document sharing as a free alternative to Microsoft Outlook. Since Google introduced its Google Apps donation program several years ago, many organizations have adopted it as a replacement for the once-ubiquitous Microsoft Outlook. Author: Laura S.

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Google+, QR Codes and Second Life?

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Memories came flooding back from January 2007 RootsCamp where a cadre of attendees were chanting “Second Life!” Really?

Five Nonprofit Technology Trends to Watch in 2014

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Of all the digital payment services, Google Wallet  is the digital payment system to watch in 2014. Google

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Google Grants

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We've been a Google Grant partner for years. Google advertising is highly tuned. It's an incredibly effective ad for us on Google: a clickthrough rate on the order of 5%. The deal behind the Google Grant program is that Google absorbs the advertising costs. It's a great deal!

Lauren Weinstein on Google

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This week there was a great post, Lauren Weinstein's Blog: For Google and Others, Few Good Deeds Go Unpunished, where Lauren gave a very interesting and even somewhat sympathetic analysis of Google. This is not to say that I agree with all Google policies -- as regular readers of this blog know.

Google Confirms FeedBurner Buy

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Google Confirms FeedBurner Buy: "Google Confirms FeedBurner Buy› › › ClickZ NewsBy Matthew G.

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More good news from Google: Open Handset Alliance

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Of course, the bottom line is that this makes it more likely that Google can get their ad platform onto phones. This is big. This means that anyone can hack their phones – and a raft of developers can create really interesting kinds of software for phones. The SDK will be available later this month. Why is this good news for nonprofits?

Google Press Center: News Announcement

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Google Press Center: News Announcement: "Google Leaps Over Language BarriersGoogle Translate adds new feature to convert search results into 12 different languagesHere at Google, part of our mission is to make the world's information universally accessible to our users, regardless of differences such as language.

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This entry was posted on Sunday, March 11th, 2007 at 1:18 pm and is filed under CRM , Technology. Comments Matthew Scholtz | Sunday, 11 March 2007 at 3:49 pm This sounds like it would work to me, good to hear the details. Steve | Sunday, 11 March 2007 at 4:11 pm There are a couple reasons for doing things this way. Thanks!

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Google Chrome

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Yes, it is open source, and I applaud Google for releasing open source software. However, there was an initial brou-haha about the EULA , which initially suggested that everything you type into the browser belongs to Google (talk about All Your Base Belong to Us!) Why so curmudgeonly you ask? It is open source, after all. Be Helpful.

Google Earth Outreach To Aid Nonprofits | WebProNews

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Do-gooders doing Google Earth | CNET News.com

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Do-gooders doing Google Earth | CNET News.com: "BERKELEY, Calif.--Three-dimensional

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YouTube, Google Checkout Cater To Nonprofits | WebProNews

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YouTube, Google Checkout Cater To Nonprofits | WebProNews: "Nonprofit organizations have, like everyone else, always been able to use YouTube for free. But a new arrangement will give them more exposure and an innovative way to get funds.

SDA Asia Magazine::Features::Now Nonprofits Benefit From Google Apps

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SDA Asia Magazine::Features::Now Nonprofits Benefit From Google Apps: "Friday, 13 July 2007Now Nonprofits Benefit From Google AppsGoogle, often known for using every inch of space in its site for marketing is now doing something good. It has offered Google applications free of cost to nonprofit organisations

NpTechTag MetaFeed: 2007 Version 1 - Feed Fixed, Tag Still Broken?

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Allan Benamer gave a shout that the NpTech Meta Feed was broken. The NpTech Meta Feed has been revised and move to here: [link]. I've asked Marshall to put a forward on the old feed. But is it fixed? brilliant reflection, if only presenting one point of view, but still worth reading! It's here. What purpose do folksonomies serve? Is it useful

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Google Earth

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Google Earth: "The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has joined with Google in an unprecedented online mapping initiative. Crisis in Darfur enables more than 200 million Google Earth users worldwide to visualize and better understand the genocide currently unfolding in Darfur, Sudan.

Live from Convio Summit 2007 - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Some highlights… Austin noted that Convio now has almost 1,300 clients, after the acquisition of GetActive earlier this year.

Google, Salesforce.com to partner on Web site | Tech news blog - CNET News.com

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The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Google Offers Free Software to Nonprofit Groups

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Google News Blog: Perspectives about the news from people in the news

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Google News Blog: Perspectives about the news from people in the news: "We wanted to give you a heads-up on a new, experimental feature we'll be trying out on the Google News home page.

Last minute tidbits

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Last minute tidbits December 20, 2007 This will be my last post of 2007 – I’m taking some days off from work and blogging, and won’t return until the beginning of the year. Be Helpful.

Google Analytics Videos on YouTube!

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I'm prepping for tomorrow's Introduction to Analytics with Idealware and Laura Quinn. just had to blog this one about bounce rate. Bounce rate won???t

Putting Caribbean Projects on the (Google) Map | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

While most of us have gotten over Google putting small town America on the map??in Although, Google??s Long Live IE6! that??s

5 Tips to Start a Nonprofit Blog

Have Fun - Do Good

I am often asked for advice from nonprofits that want to start a blog. Here are five of the tips I most frequently give: 1. Post consistently.

nfp 2.0 » The Next Google

Rebooting Charity

whitewater widgets yak shack January 12th, 2007 The Next Google Reality check. google , hugh macleod , web 2.0 Welcome to.

Pew Internet Report on Tagging Use

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The reports suggests that tagging is poised to go mainstream because of more and more sites, like Google and Yahoo, make it easier to tag. Here's an example of "social search" in action. both Nancy White (via the for: option in delicious) and Michele Martin (via email) sent me the link to the recent Pew Internet report on tagging.

Get a Google Earth Pro License for Free! - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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Visit Google to learn more: [link] Post a Comment | by Share Article Reader Comments There are no comments for this journal entry.

The New Google Analytics | Idealware

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Google staffer offers a comprehensive overview of the redesign on his blog. Another interesting thing Ive found with Google Analytics is that its easy to see the percentage of new visitors vs. returning visitors, which helps you keep things in perspective. Not that it changes much about what I would have said about Analytics.

Taxonomy VS Folksonomy: Google Fight

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Holly at NTEN has a post titled " Taxonomy vs Folksonomy." " So, with the fight metaphor, I couldn't resist running a googlefight.

Ballmer to demo Dynamics Live CRM at Convergence 2007 | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) Dynamics Live , Microsoft , eCRM , nptech Ballmer to demo Dynamics Live CRM at Convergence 2007 03.14.07 | 3138 No Comments [link] Ballmer+to+demo+Dynamics+Live+CRM+at+Convergence+2007 2007-03-14+17%3A20%3A56 Allan+Benamer It looks like Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer is going to demo Dynamics Live today at San Diego.

Google Docs in Plain English

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This one (above) is about Google Docs. Laura Quinn write s about her impressions using Google Docs for collaboration. Michele Martin has an excellent post detailing a suite of online tools for collaborative or team blogging projects which also makes use of google docs Laura Whitehead thinks the video rocks.

Google AdWorthy? | Beaconfire Wire

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Posted Wednesday, October 24th, 2007 at 5:46 pm by John Brian (91 posts) With only a few months until the Iowa Caucus, the annual marathon of political ads is almost upon us. Google recently created a stir when they rejected ads by Sen. Have you notified Google that you’d prefer it not be used without permission?

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What OpenSocial Means

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology What OpenSocial Means November 1, 2007 The buzz of the blogosphere is the announcement of Google’s OpenSocial. OpenSocial is a set of APIs. It’s aimed primarily at developers. Be Helpful.

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RSS Overload and Google Reader Stats

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came across a post by Kevin that describes a newly launched feature in the google reader that gives you some statistics about your RSS reading habits.

Videos: Leng Sopharath and Google Lesson in Roteang

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The young woman with the google t-shirt is a IT major! One of the students asked if Google was the best search engine.

Economically, open looks better than closed

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Here’s a tidbit of a Infoworld report about the study: By one measure — “value added,&# which the report defines as “an industry’s gross output minus its purchased intermediate inputs&# — the fair use economy is greater than the copyright economy. Recent studies indicate that the value added to the U.S. trillion.

Google AdWords Help? Don't Miss NTEN Webinars!

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If you want a killer intro and more advanced session on Google AdWords, sign up now Okay, I missed the one today, but there's a recording.