A sadly underfunded client of mine who can't get money for a full-blown version of Photoshop told me about Adobe Photoshop Express.
Express is the latest of of SaaS (Software as a Service) offerings. SaaS boils down to online versions of the kinds of software you're used to buying as a package you install on your computer. Like, say, Photoshop. But instead of paying $700 for the mega version, you pay nothing for this online version.
Hereâ€™s another good reason for you nonprofits to set up your own websites: Google Grants. If you have 501(c)(3) status, you can apply to receive free AdWords advertising on Google â€“ this is worth it! As cited on the Google site:
Google Grant recipients use their award of free AdWords advertising on Google.com to raise awareness and increase traffic. Three of our award recipients have achieved these results:
If you've heard the words "Drupal" and "Joomla" but think they may be ancient tribes, have I got the online seminar for you. Since one of the most common questions I hear from a potential client is "What is a CMS, anyway?" we've put together a webinar to answer just this question.
Sign up on our website (for free), and you can learn:
- Leave all decisions-making power and creative control to a single person with a genius IQ, or
- Share decisions and idea-making among a team of interested people?
Volunteers are a gift to a nonprofit website. The problem is, well, they're volunteers. You're counting on them to help out, but you've got respect their time and other limitations. A salary is a powerful incentive you can't use with a volunteer. (Check out 21 Ways Volunteers Can Help with Your Website.)