If you create content on the Web, then your biggest challenge is to have people find you in search. If you create original content, someone, somewhere, at some point has ripped off your material and republished it as their own. Or perhaps they’re a partner site that has your permission to republish your content. Google, Bing and the other search engines often have a hard time determining who published it first and who’s the rightful owner. In other words, whose link should appear higher in the search results?
Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, businesses, brands, social media managers, Web publishers, individuals. Last week Google released their business profile page, which includes many of the features that Google Plus profiles have. Creating a Google Plus page for your nonprofit or brand can increase the visibility of your organization. Once you have a page, […]
Decide how to take advantage of the newest social network Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations businesses, brands, bloggers, educators, individuals. Google’s new social networking platform, Google Plus, is still going strong since it was released at the end of June. Farra Trompeter at Big Duck created an awesome Slideshare presentation that outlined the steps to get your nonprofit started with Google […]
In late March, Google announced the arrival of its version of the “Like” button, the +1 button, and the world waited to find out what that would really mean. With the launch of Google Plus, it’s pretty clear that “+1″ and Google Plus, Google’s brand new social network, are Google’s play for social graph domination. […]
A 36-second video explaining Google+’s new video conferencing feature. If you’re reading this and work for a nonprofit, you may not want to hop onto the Google Plus bandwagon – especially if your peanut butter is already spread too thin. However, if have time and you’re the curious type, go for it! As Andy Huston […]