5 Ways to Gain The Upper Hand in Facebook’s Newsfeed

Connection Cafe

Facebook recently announced a test in Sri Lanka, Bolivia, Slovakia, Serbia, Guatemala, and Cambodia. If you work in marketing or communications, you know about the Facebook Newsfeed and it’s impact on organic reach. Some of your posts are seen by lots of people, and some of your posts aren’t. Facebook can’t exist without its users. So the Newsfeed algorithm tries to predict what each user wants to see in their Newsfeed. But no algorithm is perfect. So they test and tweak.

Face-to-Face Communications with Zoom Help NGOs Around the Planet

Tech Soup Blog

TechSoup's staff also uses it to facilitate philanthropic support to tens of thousands of nonprofits, from the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma to the Tax Busters in Serbia.

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Happy Birthday! The Charitable Deduction Turns 100

ASU Lodestar Center

On June 28, 1914, political assassins killed Austria’s archduke and his wife, leading to the Austro-Hungarian invasion of Serbia and the beginnings of war across Europe. posted by Mark Hager Associate Professor ASU School of Community Resources and Development.

Hackathons for Good: Techies, Thinkers, and Activists Unite

Tech Soup Blog

Serbia) in partnership with TechSoup Global and Zasto ne (Bosnia and Herzegovina). When you hear the term "hackathon," you might imagine a group of coders getting together to break into a protected website or engaging in some other shady activity.

Fighting for Civic Transparency with Technology in the Western Balkans

Tech Soup Blog

The goal was to find the best web or mobile ideas for social projects in Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia. From Serbia. The goal of OBJEKTIVno bolje is to stop hateful graffiti in Serbia.

Nonprofit Technology News for May 2013: Free WiFi in Forbes Magazine and Braille Phones

Tech Soup Blog

I posted some nonprofit technology trends and news late last month, but found some late breaking nptech news items I wanted to add.