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What do web polling tools, web design tips and facebook have in common?

Lori Halley 03 October 2007 1 comments

These were the posts of most interest to our readers in Sep 2007 according to Google Analytics....

This post was one of my favorites to write. I took the time to search through a number of poll sites to find one that would be easy to use with limited web design skills and I found a plethora of them online! It was also fun because I got to play around and customize different polls. See for yourself!

In this post, I interviewed blogger and Web Designer Jason King. We talked about nonprofit web design and usability best practices. Jason also shared some useful insights on ways nonprofits can design their websites so that they are easy to use, communicate effectively and are accessible to all.  This is a not to miss!

Today, many associations, clubs, nonprofits and other member organizations understand the value of using the web as a self-service support medium for members. In this article, I present the most common functions and facilities under the general umbrella of online member services along with some recommendations for each.

Last month I interviewed Carie Lewis from the Humane Society of the U.S. about using Facebook for advocacy and fundraising. In this post, Carie shares tips to convert folks from just passive members of your group on MySpace or Facebook to active advocates or givers. (This is a must read!)

Anything interesting stand out to you? What posts do you want to see more or less of?


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Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Wednesday, 03 October 2007 at 1:19 PM


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