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  • Wild Apricot Software News October 2009

    Dmitriy Buterin 30 October 2009 3 comments
    Wild Apricot version 3.2 was released on October 1st, as planned. We have since patched a couple of minor problems, but all in all it has been the smoothest version release at least in the last 12 months. My personal thanks to our developers and testers!...
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  • Wild Apricot News: Check out the Wild Apricot Release 3.2 Video

    Lori Halley 29 October 2009 0 comments
    We recently launched version 3.2 of Wild Apricot Membership Management Software . Giuliano Valentino, our Useful Apricot, has created a terrific video outlining some of the key features of this upgrade, including: Photo albums for members - allow members...
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  • Best of Association Jam - Association Links for October 2009

    Lori Halley 29 October 2009 2 comments
    Membership, Fundraising, Volunteers and, above all, Social Media topics came up tops in the links submitted to and voted up at AssociationJam.org in September 2009. Here are the Top 10 association links for this month -- did you catch these great posts from around the Web?
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  • 19 Free Webinars for Nonprofits - November 2009

    Lori Halley 27 October 2009 12 comments
    Last month's list of free webinars for nonprofits was so well received, we're doing it again! Here are 19 free online training opportunities of interest to associations, charities, and other not-for-profit organizations -- on topics from software and social media, to management, fundraising, and more.
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  • How to Find (and Map) Local People on Twitter

    Lori Halley 24 October 2009 3 comments
    In June 2009, Nielsen reported nearly 21 million unique visitors to Twitter.com. How can a small nonprofit organization, with limited time and resources for social media, find the right people to connect with in that microblogging crowd? Try your TPS...
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  • Wild Apricot News: Wild Apricot and Action Strategies Launch "Working Knowledge": A Free Non-Profit Focused Webinar Series for Association Professionals

    Lori Halley 23 October 2009 0 comments
    TORONTO, On. and GATINEAU, Qc. (October 23, 2009) - Association managers seeking high-quality resources to stay on top of their game are invited to attend "Working Knowledge," a free non-profit focused webinar series . Working Knowledge is presented...
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  • 8 Best Free Video-Sharing Sites for Nonprofits

    Lori Halley 22 October 2009 14 comments
    Thanks to low-cost cameras, and free or inexpensive software tools, there’s a place for video production within the budget of even small nonprofits and associations. And distributing your videos on the Internet has never been cheaper or easier...
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  • Saved by a Free Anti-Malware Tool

    Lori Halley 21 October 2009 7 comments
    One click on an innocent-looking email attachment — and as quickly and easily as that, our home-office network was infected with a nasty Trojan. It could have been an expensive disaster, but a great free anti-malware tool made it easy to remove the malicious software myself, without tech support, before any harm was done.
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  • Facebook Groups Get a Page-style Makeover

    Lori Halley 20 October 2009 9 comments
    Facebook has just begun to introduce a new design for its Groups application that looks a lot more like Pages and personal Profiles. "Giving Groups a Stronger Voice" should be good news for the many nonprofit folks frustrated by the limitations of Facebook Groups, compared to what the spiffy new Fan Pages offer.
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  • Wild Apricot News: Wild Apricot feature from Profit Magazine & CanadianBusiness.com

    Lori Halley 19 October 2009 0 comments
    Dmitry Buterin, our very own Chief Apricot, is featured in a recent article from Profit Magazine , a part of the family of publications that post on CanadianBusiness.com . The article entitled " Can't live without you " highlights a number of great...
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  • Twitter Lists 101

    Lori Halley 16 October 2009 18 comments
    Okay, yes, Twitter did ask its beta testers not to tweet about the new Lists feature just yet... but who really expects to keep a secret on Twitter? The news is already widespread online - so let's go ahead and take a look at Twitter Lists, how they work, and what they can do for you.
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  • Yes, Blog Action Day is Kind of a Big Deal - What Can Your Nonprofit Learn from #BAD09?

    Lori Halley 15 October 2009 4 comments
    Blog Action Day started in 2007 as the initiative of just two people. Look how it’s grown! This year, some 9,400 blogs in 150 countries are spreading the word about climate change to almost 13 million readers. There are good lessons and ideas here for even the smallest nonprofit organization.
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  • GMail asks, "Got the Wrong Bob?"

    Lori Halley 14 October 2009 3 comments
    Auto-complete is a convenient and time-saving email feature, but click too carelessly and auto-complete can be a quick route to email embarrassment. Who among us has not accidentally sent an email to the wrong recipient, at least once? GMail Labs to the rescue!
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  • New in Google Docs: Shared Folders

    Lori Halley 13 October 2009 5 comments
    Two new updates for Google Docs make this very simple and free collaboration tool even more useful for a board or committee at any small non-profit — shared folders, and the ability to upload multiple files at one time.
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  • Can You Tell Your Nonprofit's Story in 5 Photos?

    Lori Halley 12 October 2009 1 comments
    TechSoup’s Digital Storytelling Challenge offers a chance for your photos and videos to win cool prizes for your organization, ranging from a Flip video camera to Adobe software. This contest is wide open to all — submissions are welcomed from the...
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