Mondays can always use a little softening, so today is an excellent day to remind you that July is Customer Appreciation Month at Talance.
What does this mean if you're already one of our beloved clients? It means you can cash in on all kinds of things, like graphic design, widgets or save $150 on a bigger project.
And if you're new to the Talance family? It means you can save $150 - just like that - off any new website.
Nice deal, no? And it's all because we love you.
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If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is a video worth? And how much is that video worth if it travels virally, propelled by someone other than you, and saves you effort and boosts awareness of your organization?
In short, a lot.
The world, as they say, is atwitter about Twitter. It's amazing, considering that last November, when we surveyed Massachusetts non-profits to see how they were using social media, no one even knew what a microblog was! Now everybody is Twittering.
I really like NTEN (check out this article I wrote for them), so I was glad to see they're giving scholarships to the conference in San Francisco from April 26-28. They're also collecting unused frequent flyer miles so you might score a free airline ticket as well.
Apply at: http://nten.org/ntc-scholarships
Good news! I'll be making an in-person appearance at the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network conference on October 24 at Bentley College. Talance will have a table, and I'll also be giving a mini-presentation on Web Mistakes That Could Cost You.
Let me know if you'll be there (the comments box below is handy for this), and we'll connect.
Check out my latest article in The Jewish Daily Forward, which articulates how many of the nonprofits we come into contact with are struggling to keep up with technology. I'm already hearing some "mazel tovs" and "Yes, we're hearing the same thing toos."
Jewish Organizations Struggle To Keep Pace With New Technologies
By Monique Cuvelier
Wed. Jun 18, 2008