How to create a social media toolkit for your... →
By now, Facebook and Twitter (and recently, Google+) icons at the top of charity website pages are nothing new. Visitors expect to see static links to social media properties on most sites and blogs. A great toolkit goes beyond telling you where an organization can be found on social media sites. It encourages individuals to get involved. Charity Village Research - August 22, 2011
Where did we go wrong, Google?
Oh Google … Why did you suspend my Gmail account and super awesome Google+ profile? I was using that dang thing! I was using it a lot. I just need an explanation for the break-up. Why did you dump all my stuff on the lawn? I need closure! What happened, baby? What went wrong with our relationship? Did you find somebody new? I thought I treated you good, Gmail. I fed you all those...
HP Gives Like Nothing Else? →
HP is donating $2 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada for every person to test the Touchpad in stores or on their interactive website. This campaign will end August 31st. BGCC can receive up to $100,000 - the website indicates they’re at $29,500. Will you kick in the rest, HP?