Here is the roster for September, October, November, December 2016 and January 2017. Sep 6th – Spreading Ideas on Facebook (Tagging, FB Groups, FB Live) Read the details and obtain your ticket here Oct 4th – Implementing GivingTuesday #SWFLGives Members discuss each other’s plans for GivingTuesday, a branding expert will talk to your easy ways
Want to stop being just another pretty face? How to standout and get attention on Facebook! Join us! September 6th.
Spreading ideas on Facebook: How to tag people, use a Facebook group to build community, get more likes, and drive people to your website. At Tech4Good SWFL meetings, we ask people to tell us what the most challenging part of new technology is for their organization. A frequent reply is, “How do I reach more
GivingTuesday, a worldwide event to celebrate generosity and giving, is November 29th. Each year, we rally our Tech4Good SWFL members get ready for it: plan activities, set up a promotional plan and help with the execution. We aggregate and amplify the message from participating organizations via #swflgives during the weeks before #GivingTuesday. We invite all
#GivingTuesday is just a few weeks away – time to prepare! GivingTuesday, a worldwide event to celebrate generosity and giving, is November 29th. Each year, we rally our Tech4Good SWFL members get ready for it: plan activities, set up a promotional plan and help with the execution. We aggregate and amplify the message from participating
You are invited to our 3-year birthday celebration! Join us July 5th, 2016 at 6pm Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Naples. Connect with current and meet new members for a relaxing evening celebrating the success of your Tech group. Meet with other nonprofit volunteers, staff and board members and explore the new world of social
According to AFP (https://www.afpnet.org/) non-profit professionals who have had email marketing training have a measurably improved response rate, especially to permission giving email. Too many emails, too much information, too many things to do, and I’m out of time . . . The reality is that this is a problem for all of us.
Links to get started w/ Google For Nonprofits and more Top 10 Ways to use Google Apps for Nonprofits Join Google for Nonprofits Google Apps for Nonprofits Google AdWords Grants YouTube Nonprofits Program Google Earth Outreach Suggested Reading and Add-ons For Google Apps TechImpact: 5 Statistics Your Nonprofit Needs To Be Tracking Hubspot: 10 Ways
Visual content on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+ attracts more activity than text only posts. During this meeting of t4g/swfl we will explore using the most current tools for graphic creation and manipulation. Tools which will help in the downsizing of photos, enhance pictures and logos for social media sites, integrate text for the
Huge “Thank you” to Brian Zayac of Eyemagination for spending his time reviewing nonprofit organization’s websites this month with Tech4Good SWFL. Here are a few notes and resources on the topic. Use Google’s Speed tests to evaluate how fast your website loads on desktop and mobile How does your site look on a mobile device?
If you’re like most people with responsibilities for a Web presence, you have a love/hate relationship with your organization’s web site. Is it fresh enough? Does it tell enough about us? Does it tell too much about us? Should we do this or that? These are a few of the 30+ considerations you must deal