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An Introduction to Bing Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

If not, you can manually add your site by simply entering the URL in the input box and clicking add: If you add your site manually, you’ll also have to add your sitemap(s) manually. Once approved, browse the Advertising Learn Lab to learn how to use Microsoft Ads which appear in Bing, AOL, Yahoo, and syndicated partner sites.

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The Q&A: Great FAQ Plugins for WordPress Sites

Byte Technology

And yet, if your site has one of those always helpful “frequently asked questions” (FAQ) sections, so much time and trouble can be avoided for both the business owner and the person making a purchase. It’s simple, works great and is a nice—and no-cost—choice for those WordPress e-tail sites just getting started.

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How to make a site relaunch checklist

Whole Whale

Figuring out all the steps to perfect your site before a relaunch can be stressful, but we have created a relaunch checklist to help ease the process. Cross browser compatibility check – use tools like BrowserStack to make sure that your site looks the same across all browsers. Why should we make a checklist at all? (00:18)

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Understanding Search Engine Optimization

Byte Technology

It is the process of optimizing your site to increase its visibility organically. Google, Bing, Yahoo! People are aware they may need better SEO to stand out but might not know where to start. Let us guide you through answers to some of your questions about SEO. What is SEO? How does it Work?

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Yahoo Search Pad for Automatic Notes

Wild Apricot

If Yahoo Search is your search engine of choice, you may have noticed a new feature recently. Yahoo Search Pad kicks in automatically when the engine detects a pattern of search that suggests you're researching a specific topic, and unobtrusively tracks the sites that you visit. read more ).

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Which Company is the Most Socially Responsible and Generous to Nonprofits: Facebook? Twitter? YouTube? LinkedIn? MySpace? Flickr? Google?

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Nonprofits use the sites to build their online brand and supporter base, and the companies in turn then benefit from having tens of thousands respectable, well-known nonprofits promoting their sites and tools to millions of supporters (a.k.a. supports nonprofits in many ways through their Yahoo! Owned by Yahoo!,

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Filtering Your Feeds: Marshall's Yahoo Pipes Screencast

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Why would you ever want to use Yahoo Pipes you might be wondering? And you've integrated reading feeds from blogs and web sites into your daily routine. That's where Yahoo Pipes can really help you. Here's an example of a Yahoo pipe that Marnie Webb put together that tracks nonprofit technology resources.

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