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  • Licorize To-Do Manager for Bookmarks - Free Premium License to Nonprofits

    Lori Halley 12 October 2010 0 comments
    Licorize.com is a new web-based bookmarking service that collects all your bookmarks into a project-based to-do list so you can actually "get links done" – alone or in collaboration – and nonprofits may request a free Premium account.
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  • Do You Partner with Other Nonprofits?

    Lori Halley 08 October 2010 7 comments
    By partnering with other nonprofits that share your cause, instead of competing with them, you can pool those limited resources for greater impact and give your supporters a clear call to action.
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  • How to Get Your Board Members to Blog

    Lori Halley 21 September 2010 8 comments
    Many hands make light work, and many voices can make for more interesting reading. Yet, getting your board members to contribute to the organization’s blog can be like pulling the proverbial hens' teeth! Let’s take a look at what lies behind that reluctance...
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  • 33 Free MS Office Templates for Non-Profits

    Lori Halley 14 September 2010 0 comments
    You've heard about some time-saving free Google Docs templates that can save time for non-profits creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations – but did you know Microsoft.com has a bundle of free Office Suite templates that are designed especially for non-profits?
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  • 20 of the Best Google Docs Templates for Nonprofits

    Lori Halley 26 August 2010 7 comments
    Creating a presentation for your board? Wading into end-of-project paperwork? Or maybe you’re signing up a new crop of volunteers for your non-profit. Whatever the task, odds are that there’s a time-saving Google Docs template to help.
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  • Take a Second Look at Google Wave

    Lori Halley 23 June 2010 1 comments
    Google Wave's steep learning curve and "invitation only" policy made the collaboration tool less than useful for most nonprofits, when it first launched. But take another look: Wave is now faster and more stable, with quick-start templates and tutorials - and it's finally open for everyone to use.
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  • Tom’s Planner Project Manager is Free for One Year

    Lori Halley 09 June 2010 0 comments
    “Easier than MS Project & faster than Excel,” Tom’s Planner is a web-based project management tool with a drag-and-drop interface that makes it easy for even non-techies to collaborate on, create, manage, and share project schedules. Sign up while it's still in beta and your account will be free for one year.
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  • Easy Collaboration Tool for Website Feedback

    Lori Halley 22 March 2010 2 comments
    If your organization is building a new website or revamping your existing site, you know that gathering feedback on design changes from your team can be a complicated process. Long meetings with a whiteboard; many emails of screen captures with attached...
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  • HipChat Free for Nonprofits, Small Groups

    Lori Halley 05 March 2010 3 comments
    Hipchat is a new all-in-one chat application that’s specifically designed for group collaboration — free for nonprofits and for very small groups. A desktop client that runs on Adobe Air, HipChat is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux. It is similar...
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  • Fast Free Document Sharing and Review

    Lori Halley 02 March 2010 4 comments
    Do we really need another free online document-collaboration tool? Very possibly, yes — if it’s lightweight, easy for non-techies to use, designed specifically for reviewer annotation, and allows an unlimited number of users to give feedback on a document.
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  • Nonprofit Newsletter: Free Tools to Create and Merge PDFs

    Lori Halley 18 January 2010 10 comments
    One small nonprofit I work with has chosen to publish its monthly membership newsletter as a magazine-style document in Portable Document Format (PDF), rather than as an email blast. The idea is to take advantage of a PDF’s ability to retain a consistent...
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  • Nonprofits Get Free Help with Web Analytics

    Lori Halley 04 January 2010 2 comments
    No time, no budget, and no skilled resources available for your nonprofit to dive into web analytics and make sense of what the numbers mean for your goals and objectives? The Analysis Exchange wants to help — at no cost to your organization.
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  • Google Docs Gets Better. Again.

    Lori Halley 19 November 2009 5 comments
    Google keeps on turning out small but significant improvements to Google Docs, to streamline the editing tools, add useful management options, and make online collaboration with non-Google-users more convenient.
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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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  • Twitter + Flickr = Twitterfountain

    Lori Halley 14 August 2009 3 comments
    Engage your audiences, help supporters of your non-profit keep up with any tagged topic on Twitter and Flickr, or publicize your event with a custom Twitterfountain , a nifty new mashup you can embed on your blog or website — Have you ever wanted to...
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