Wufoo, SurveyGizmo & Google Forms are among your best bets Target audience: Nonprofits, social change organizations, citizen publishers, educators. By Jessica Haswell Socialbrite staff Surveying made easy: We took a look at the five of the best survey tools on the market that can help nonprofits and other organizations get to know your users’ opinions and […]
Do you love Twitter‘s serendipity — the cool way it surfaces links that hit just the right spot — but aren’t too thrilled with the free-for-all jumble of tweets that race past you?
Struggle to find the jewels amid the chaos no more: paper.li is a fresh new take on Twitter that organizes not just the tweets but the content from the links. The free service assembles the heart of the Twitter content you care about into one graphically pleasing magazine-style layout.
Evernote, Wikipanion & GoDocs should be in your arsenal Target audience: Students, educators, nonprofits, social change organizations, mobile diehards. By Jessica Haswell Socialbrite staff School just got easier with this collection of the top 10 apps that you can’t hit the classrooms without. Having recently left the classroom (Cornell 2010 — woot!), these are […]
Image by ChrisL_AK on Flickr Huddle, Basecamp, DeskAway among tools to help your team members work together Target audience: Nonprofits, cause organizations, entrepreneurs, NGOs, citizen publishers, educators. By Jessica Haswell Socialbrite staff The Google Wave came and went – what was that thing, anyway? — but here are some tools that maximize the collaboration […]
Charity: water’s “World Water Day” video contains a call to action starting at about 10 seconds in. By Jessica Haswell Socialbrite staff Nonprofits have long known that creating a YouTube channel can help tell your organization’s story. But did you know that YouTube offers a nonprofit program? YouTube’s program gives nonprofits a number of handy […]