Nonprofit Web Design Process Part 3: Content Strategy

Connection Cafe

I wrote a post about how to create a content inventory several years ago in case you need some instruction. Messaging hierarchy – Word doc or PowerPoint deck. Page Description Diagrams – Word doc. Editorial Calendar – spreadsheet or Word doc. Note: This is the seventh in a series of posts about the Nonprofit Web Design Process. See the end of this post for a linked index of other posts in the series. Purposes.

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Promevo gPanel: Google Apps management without tears

Judi Sohn

For Google Apps administrators, the offerings in the Google Apps Marketplace seems to be a lot of 3rd party tools that pull in gApps data (Docs, Calendar, etc.) So you send them instructions, or you stand over their shoulder and talk them through how to configure the right setting and why. How about when the user creates a Google Doc and has no clue how to share it with everyone in the domain, or they've shared it and it's set to view-only and it should be editable (or visa versa)?

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Wired Explains What Happens in Congressional Offices When You Call – And Why A Phone Call is So Effective

Mobile Commons

Congressional staffers] often don’t have a script, just basic instructions on how to be decent, plus a healthy fear of saying the wrong thing. “ Some offices use other methods, like Google Docs or a sheet of paper. We’ve heard again and again (for example, on this blog! that phone calls are the best way to influence legislators. But when you call Congress, what exactly is happening at the other end of the line?

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The Launch Ticker = Awesome Way to Get Your Tech News Fix


It’s basically a Google Doc, continuously updated and curated by Kirin Kalia and other researchers. At first glance it’s just an overloaded Google Doc with a bunch of tech news summaries and links streaming down the page. Here’s how Jason wanted it to work: My researchers’ instructions were really simple: 1.

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What Tools Are You Using for Listening, Engaging, and Social Media Management?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Based on the discussion threads in my Facebook page , I’ve updated my mega list of tools in my social media listening and engaging instructional wiki. It searches Twitter and Facebook for phrases or hashtags and dumps them into a google doc spreadsheet.

Commoncraft Show: Social Bookmarking Video

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I love instructional videos. So, I need to really cull down what I'm teaching to essence and provide good step-by-step docs as leave behinds. Click To Play. Lee LeFever has done it again! Check out his newest video about social bookmarking. If only dotsub had a khmer translation , I'd be all set for the Cambodian Bloggers Summit at the end of the month.

5 Apps Doing Good for the World


Another great feature is handy list of step-by-step instructions to follow during a variety of emergencies and an integrated button to call 911 if the situation calls for it. If your in that camp it’s likely you are using Google Drive, Google’s document collaboration tool and its replacement for Google Docs. This new dedicated app for Google Drive will allow you to edit your Google Docs offline for the first time.

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Resource Roundup 3/14 | Idealware


Using RSS - Four Screencasts (K-12 Online) Very well done instructional screencasts on what RSS is, and then step-by-step instruction on how to use Bloglines , Netvibes / PageFlakes , and social bookmarking tools.

Reflections from Networked Nonprofit Workshop for 300 People

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Real-Time networked learning is incorporating social media into your instruction – before, during, and after. It has a lot of features , but most importantly it grabs hashtags or keywords from Twitter (and Facebook) and dumps into a google doc spreadsheet with other data points. The Colorado Funders Association is doing this on its blog about philanthropy stories. ) The fun part of instructional design is embedding opportunities for this to happen.

Wikis: What, When, Why

Museum 2.0

The convenors set up a lovely wiki and gave us specific instructions to answer research questions posed on a series of pages. This ability to organize content segments, like moving post-its around on a table, makes wikis more useful than other collaborative document creation tools like Google Docs. Google docs is good if you are writing a single document or creating a single spreadsheet. What's a wiki? What makes them succeed? This post explores the mysteries of Web 2.0's

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