10 Steps to Being Found on Search Engines by Laura Quinn, Director, Idealware Does your organization show up on the first page of results in search engines like Google or Yahoo? The content and structure of your website can have a dramatic effect on how easily potential … [Read more...] about The Power of Search
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
From the recent NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference we would like to share Mark Rovner and Katya Andresen's overview of donors' seven needs to feel fulfilled. With all the shiny technology tools out there, it's easy for us to be blinded to the fact technology is about bonds, … [Read more...] about What Buddha and Freud Have to Do with Nonprofit Marketing
It's that time of the year again. Among other things, you should take this opportunity to clean out your inbox and various folders. We've received a number of links in the past few weeks we'd like to pass on and will be doing this over the next few days. We also have some new … [Read more...] about Pesach Cleaning
Israeli singer Yael Naim, is making a name for herself across the world. When she was a very young singer-songwriter Yael Naim decided she was an old soul. Later the Israeli realized that she'd made a mistake. This realization is the inspiration for the American breakout hit of … [Read more...] about The Apple Girl
(AP) April 1, 2008: Senator Ted Kennedy has put forward legislation in the US Senate today calling for a 20 square mile area in Israel (Ra'anana, Kfar Sava, Tel Mond) to become a territory of the United States. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert welcomed the move stating that … [Read more...] about Ra’anana to Become a Territory of the United States