New Facebook Call-To-Actions for Link Posts (VIDEO TUTORIAL)

John Haydon

CTAs work everywhere because, when it comes to all things internet, people are always asking themselves: “What am I supposed to DO now?” Facebook now allows you to add various CTAs to link posts using the Power Editor.

Video Tutorials and Webinars at Charity How To

Tech Soup Blog

Charity How To is an online collection of videos to help nonprofits learn how to use the Internet more effectively. Tags: E-Learning Online Fundraising Services Training Using the Web and Internet Web 2.0

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Hey, where’s Part 3 of the tutorial on putting nonprofits on the web? | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

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Great reads from around the web on May 28th

Amy Sample Ward

" Explaining racial differences in attitudes towards government use of social media | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project – "Last week a reporter from the New York Times read our recent Government Online report and emailed me with a question—how did I explain the disparity between African-Americans' and Hispanics' views of the importance of government social media versus whites?

New at TechSoup: Online Courses from Atomic Training

Tech Soup Blog

Since they're cloud-based, you can finish your courses anywhere and anytime, as long as you have Internet access. Training online courses Atomic Training tutorials e-learning

One-to-One Marketing at the AMA Nonprofit Marketing Conference | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

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GroundWire

SAVE PEOPLE 7 Foundation Center - 2009 Foundation Giving Forecast SAVE PEOPLE 18 26 FEB 09 A city that thinks like the web, slides + audio « commonspace SAVE PEOPLE 23 Pew Internet: Adults and Social Network Services SAVE PEOPLE 225 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. Join Now! Whats New?

How to Install Janrain Federate on Drupal 6.x

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

The final step is to change your privacy policy in order for Internet Explorer to respect the cross-domain nature of the SSO protocol you’re using with Janrain. In order to make this work with Internet Explorer, Drupal has to emit a specific HTTP header. Well, believe it or not that’s the end of this tutorial. Drupal Internet HTTP headers Janrain P3P single sign on SSOI’m in the middle of doing an installation of Janrain Federate on our Drupal 6.25

Mozilla Service Week Starts Today!

Amy Sample Ward

This week is about using the Internet to make life better, and its not too late to get involved! Mozilla believes everyone should know how to use the Internet, have easy access to it, and have a good experience when they’re online.

Private Foundations Are Now Eligible for Citrix Online Donations

Tech Soup Blog

For a thorough overview of this process, visit our How to Use TechSoup page or watch our Getting Started with TechSoup video tutorials. Online Seminar Running Your Organization Training Using the Web and Internet nonprofits Audio Conferencing online collaboration nonprofit foundations GoToTraining GoToMyPC GoToMeeting Citrix Online Remote Teams Video Conferencing

What You Need to Know About Windows 10 in 2016

Tech Soup Blog

A Microsoft account and Internet access. How-To-Geek's How to Install Windows 10 on Your PC is a step-by-step written tutorial on upgrading from a previous version of Windows. Training is another comprehensive video tutorial on how to use the primary new features of Windows 10.

Everything You Need to Know About Windows 10

Tech Soup Blog

A Microsoft account and Internet access. How-To-Geek's How to Install Windows 10 on Your PC is a step-by-step written tutorial on upgrading from a previous version of Windows. Training is another comprehensive video tutorial on how to use the primary new features of Windows 10.

The Best Online Safety Resources for YOUR Organization

Tech Soup Blog

Luckily, there are some great Internet safety resources that are specific for healthcare organizations , libraries , seniors , kids , and small offices (like the ones that most nonprofits have). Like it or not, it is not possible to keep kids off the Internet.

Top 20 Tech Sites That SocialFish Follows

SocialFish

This tech site also covers best guides for gadgets and tutorial guides in relation to gadgets. Mashable is considered one of the most tech blogs on the internet.

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Social Media for Nonprofits Starter Guide | Pt. 1

NonProfit Hub

The Internet and everything in it is constantly growing, and social media is no exception. 79% of all internet users. Facebook is used by the majority of internet users in every range from age 18 and up. There’s a YouTube tutorial for everything. 32% of all internet users. 29% of all internet users. 24% of all internet users. The World Wide Web has certainly owned up to its name—it’s huge.

Is Your Nonprofit Too Old To Barf Rainbows on Snapchat?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

There’s lots of tutorials, but here is a good starter guide with some great suggestions.

Message in A Box: New Toolkit from Tactical Technology Collective

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

  It also includes tips and resources for developing an Internet Strategy sharing content on mobile phones , and an email strategy.     This short tutorial steps you through some easy ways to create animation.

Top 20 Tech Sites That SocialFish Follows

SocialFish

This tech site also covers best guides for gadgets and tutorial guides in relation to gadgets. Mashable is considered one of the most tech blogs on the internet. The website covers technological topics related to cloud, mobile, work technology, Internet of Things (IoT), data and AI (Artificial Intelligence). Ubergizmo covers topics in a wide range of categories including reviews, phones, computers, tutorials, events, gadgets, gaming, general, photo/video and many more.

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Celebrating Free Agents: Mark Horvath Launches WeAreVisible

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

His new project is a social media literacy website to help homeless people learn how to use the Internet to tell their stories, build community and connect with support services. The content is fantastic — particularly the tutorials.

Facebook Place: Time To Check Into Your Facebook Privacy Settings

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I posted some resources and questions on my Facebook page asking for some how-to information and Debra Askanase shared this good tutorial link that she got from a tweet from Mari Smith. Source: Facebook Blog Post.

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10 Twitter Accounts Your Nonprofit Should Be Following

TechImpact

Twitter is one of the most saturated places on the internet. His Twitter feed offers tips, tricks, tutorial videos, infographics and everything else you need for a more effective Facebook page. Image courtesy of Technorati.

Lame spams of the day: another roundup

Robert Weiner

We encourage you to explore its new and enhanced capabilities with these helpful tips, tutorials, and eSeminars. Open with Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox). Internet Explorer file). Here's a selection of messages from spammers who don't even seem to be trying -- no graphics, no attempt to make the links look legit, plain text. Are these spammers just lazy or do these things actually work? Bottom line: think before you click.

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Are You Sending an E-Card to Mom or Dad This Holiday?

Tech Soup Blog

According to a Pew Internet report in mid-2012, over half of American adults older than 65 are using the Internet and email, and about a third of them are using social networking sites like Facebook as well.

10 Tips for Protecting Your Online Privacy and Identity

Tech Soup Blog

Editor's note: the Internet Society's tips are useful for all of us as individual consumers. Here are 10 tips that can help from the Internet Society ! When you post something on the internet, it's out there forever.

NetSquared Local Events: Week of July 8, 2013

Tech Soup Blog

The Internet has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to online nonprofit tech education. Tutorials? Webinars? Check! You betcha! Blogs? Heck yeah! But what if you learn best face-to-face or with a group? That’s what NetSquared Local is for!

Your Top 10 Tech Topics

Tech Soup Blog

Our five-part Photoshop for Nonprofits tutorial shows you how. You scoured the Internet until you found the perfect image for your newsletter, and it's going to look AWESOME. Fiscal year end is a time of reflection here at TechSoup.

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Lame spam roundup

Robert Weiner

Text: Good day, as promised,(Internet Explorer File). We encourage you to explore its new and enhanced capabilities with these helpful tips, tutorials, and eSeminars. Here's a random selection of strange and/or lame spams I've received recently. 1: I got several of these. Unfortunately, no umbrellas were included. Sender: LinkedIn Connections [connections@linkedin.com]. Subject: RE: CELSA - Copies of Policies.

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Eight marketing tools to effectively communicate your nonprofit’s message

ASU Lodestar Center

When it comes to internet marketing, blogs, social media, gifting, videos, forums, how-to documentation, product discovery, industry research, and even newsletters and idea banks, Luminate Online can deliver. posted by. Asher Elran , Founder. Dynamic Search.

11 New Year’s Resolutions for Nonprofit Social Media Managers

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The truth is I think it has only just begun and that we’re on the cusp of a radical transformation in how we use the Internet in our personal and work lives as well as how we use it to foster social good. Pay attention to Internet TV trend and consider launching your own TV station.

Privacy and Security on Social Networks

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here’s a curated collection of privacy tutorials for NGOs here. Normally, voice communication over the Internet is no more secure than unprotected email and instant messaging. Be careful when accessing your social network account in public internet spaces.

What I Learned In London at the Future of Social Conference

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

And while over a billion are connected, they are also working on getting two thirds of the world that doesn’t have internet access connected through an initiative called Internet.org , which is bringing together technology leaders, nonprofits and local communities. Photo by Social Misfits.

Business Ideas for Women

SocialFish

As a young girl, Shan always dreamt of coming to America and was fascinated by the internet and Jerry Yang. These people have literally become millionaires by giving people makeup tutorials online.

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Best of the Web: November 2015

Idealware

How the Metaphor of “the Cloud” Changed Our Attitude Toward the Internet ( New Yorker ). Crazy Data Science Tutorial: Classification and Clustering ( Data Science Central ). Fundraising season is around the corner and social media is full of articles on how to run a successful campaign. We’ve included a few here that will help you with fundraising emails, social media, and your website.

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Photoshop Elements vs. Photoshop

Tech Soup Blog

That said, you won't be able to use Elements for designing logos, digitally painting, or doing the professional graphic design work you might see from the Photoshop wizards on the Internet. You can start at Adobe's own Learn Photoshop CS6 tutorials on Adobe TV.

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How Do Other Organizations Control Administrative Costs?

Tech Soup Blog

We refinanced the mortgage, decreased Internet costs, and found as many places to save money as possible. Here's how GrantStation can help: GrantStation membership provides your organization with access to our searchable grantmaker profiles, strategy tools, and proposal tutorials.

Things We Like (March 2011)

NTEN

We had, ahem, a few problems with the wireless Internet at the 2011 Nonprofit Technology Conference. The Case Foundation recently relaunched their video portal, CaseSoup , and it's loaded with tutorials, livestreams, interviews, and even more good things for nonprofits than Maurice Sendak could dream up. A monthly roundup of our favorite nonprofit tech resources and other goodies. Read more posts on our blog.

Swept Up in a Google Wave

Idealware

After all, the worst public/private mistakes on the internet have generally involved someone "replying to all" when they didn't mean to. The Wave as internet evolution idea supports a favored notion: data wants to be free. Photo by Mrjoro.

Photoshop Elements 11 vs. Photoshop CS6

Tech Soup Blog

That said, you won't be able to use Elements for designing logos, digitally painting, or doing the professional graphic design work you might see from the Photoshop wizards on the Internet. You can start at Adobe's own Learn Photoshop CS6 tutorials on Adobe TV.

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7 Actionable SEO Strategies You Can Do Today

SocialFish

————– As you dive deeper into the world of Internet marketing, you learn that one thing is usually a constant: SEO takes hard work. This is the beauty of the Internet. You create great content, preferably, evergreen content (infographics, case studies, tutorials) so people can see your expertise and trust you. (We’ll This post originally appeared on Leapfroggr.com and was written by Dennis Seymour. It is reprinted here by permission.

CommunityOne West and JavaOne: Free Event in San Francisco for Open Source Developers and Other Techies for Good

NTEN

RIAs and Scripting - Rich Internet applications, scripting, and tools. Deep Dive tutorials on Tuesday, June 2, and Wednesday, June 3, require a fee.

Social Media: Before You Get Started, Get Organized!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Take a class or sit down for a few hours with a tutorial, just <strong>make sure that your learn <em>basic</em> HTML!</strong> It is a fundamental shift in how people use the Internet for social good. The following is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of the newly released book Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits. Though most nonprofits in the United States, Canada and the U.K.

Content Curation Primer

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

” A quick tutorial on how to use it. Photo by Stuck in Customs. What is Content Curation? Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme.

Tips for Software Trainings

Idealware

Having the slides also can be insurance against disaster—no Internet access, problems with the software that day, or anything else. Do the training as a series of "how to" mini tutorials, instead of an end to end walk through of the whole system. Each new sections starts with one or more 60 second tutorials. For an quick, inside look at how Idealware manages so many successful on-line trainings, take a look at Andrea Berry’s post, [link].

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