Happy New Year! Wishing you and yours a fabulous, prosperous, healthy and fun 2020. And that your New Year’s resolution, should you have some, bring you closer to your goals. For your technology education, get a great start by reading through this list of low-cost and free events by nine trusted providers in the fields. […]
Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word – WordPress Community continues to grow
WordPress is all set for growth. W3CTechs has the most popular content management system at 29.1% for the top 10 million sites. Among those sites that actually use one of more than 300+ tracked content management systems, WordPress champions a market share of 60%. These are the numbers for Dec 11, 2017. Matt Mullenweg gave […]
Donate Now Button a Problem?
Recently I facilitated a discussion about online fundraising in one of our Impact Circles. It’s fair to say that about half of the Executive Directors present did not know that the majority of the laws about charitable fundraising are controlled at the state level. At the time of this writing, there are approximately 40 states […]
Best places to find graphics and photos for your Social Media and Blogs
We use a small set of sites to find graphics to use as a featured image for a blog post, or as a basis for our social media posts. You also might be looking outside your own organization’s photo albums for enticing graphics to use on your website and social media profiles. We often get this […]
Top 5 most read stories – Daily #NPTech News via @Nuzzel
Since April 16th, 2017, our new #NPTech News daily newsletter goes out every day, except Sundays, to our subscribers at 10 am. Here are the Top 5 most read stories from last week. The most important piece curating content daily is the discovery of relevant content. The Nuzzel app helps me quickly what sites we follow on […]
Increasing Your Social Media Visibility via Google, Facebook and Twitter
Let’s start with the understanding that the more efficiently you can connect with your target audience, the more successful your social media strategy will be; the higher your social media visibility. To maximize your efficiency you must first understand some basic concepts about Google, Facebook, and Twitter. Google is a search engine, not a Social […]
Why WordPress for Nonprofits?
There are plenty of content management systems available in the internet space. In 2009, in the context of finding a replacement tool for a proprietary, highly-outdated, web app at the local Community Network Naples Free-Net, I took about 12 months to test plenty of content management systems. Non-Technical Aspects of Content Management Systems How can […]
Content Management Systems in the 21st Century
In the 20th century, websites needed webmasters who could write in HTML to render the code into a visual framework. In fact, every time a site manager wanted a change to the content on a site, the HTML code needed to be changed on every page to reflect pagination as well as content changes. If […]
Thinking about organizing tech training for your staff? TechSoup has the right course for you!
More and more, nonprofit organization are run on technology in all different ways. A lot of small organization have major functions staff with volunteers with different levels of technology education. Organizations will need to make space for tech training of staff and volunteer. TechSoup just unveiled a new online learning system and published the first […]
Happy #PodcastDay – New NPTech Podcast available & more
Just in Time for International #PodcastDay, we released our first episodes of our new podcast. Your hosts are Birgit Pauli-Haack and Jim O’Reilley. One of our prime objectives at NPTechProjects is to assist nonprofit organizations with 21st-century technology. If you are not sure what we mean by that, read on. If you are not using […]