Let me start with a little request . . . I need your help deciding the topics for our fall schedule. Please let me know which webinar we should offer for free and what else you would like me to teach, and you will also entered into a drawing for one of 10 free webinar passes that you can use for any of our webinars in 2011. Just over 200 nonprofits have completed the survey so far, and I’d love to double that number before making some decisions. Share your opinion now.
For those of you who send e-newsletters, do you know that your newsletter could look significantly different based on the recipient’s email client? Campaign Monitor’s Guide to CSS Support in Email will help you figure out what code will work in the 10 most popular email clients like Outlook and Gmail.
Jason Dick of A Small Change hosted this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival. The topic was handling objectives and you can check out the responses he collected here.
If you have clients or constituents who need to schedule appointments with you, Google Calendar has made it a lot easier to block off and schedule time with their new appointment slot option. My assistant, Kristina Leroux, goes through the process of how to set up slotted time for appointments in Google Calendar in another of her “how-to” posts.
Speaking of new Google features, NTEN published a post on their Early Thoughts on Google+, Google’s new social networking tool.
Beth Kanter recaps a few of the highlights from the Social Media for Nonprofit Conference held in San Francisco this week.
If you are in the Atlanta area, I will be doing a workshop on July 15th called “Quick and Dirty Nonprofit Marketing” with the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.
Happy Canada Day to our friends up north, and Happy July 4th to our friends at home. I’m taking the 4th off, so we’ll talk to you on the 5th.
P.S. Here’s what’s next in our webinar series . . .
July 19: Writing for Facebook and Twitter