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Bill Brown's picture

Upgrade your print stylesheets

By using the ‘print’ media type with the @media at-rule we can provide some special CSS declarations for when someone prints out your website.

Morning Reads

Apollo Gonzales's picture

Morning Reads: SEO and Coding

We’re going to keep this short and sweet today. First a ridiculously amazing list of things you can do to be better at SEO. Second, teach yourself to code. Seriously.

Morning Reads

Apollo Gonzales's picture

Morning Reads: People, Data Gurus, and Failing

This morning we take a look at some core principles that should matter to you, even if they seem like bad words. We’re also reminded why data people are just as important as the data itself. And finally, we talk about the taboo and importance of failure in the nonprofit space.

Morning Reads

Apollo Gonzales's picture

Morning Reads: Liar, Liar Pants on Fire, Whither the Narwhal, and Predicting Virality

This morning we're reading about a new fact checking tool that will help your team respond real time to false talking points, opening up the most successful tool in campaign history to everyone, and a divining stick for viral conent.

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Apollo Gonzales's picture

Morning Reads: Community, Comments, and Doing It By The Book

This morning we take a look at what it takes to be a good community manager, empowering your audience to have a conversation around and with your brand, and giving your team some guidance so they don't run afoul of c3 and c4 rules.

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Apollo Gonzales's picture

Morning Reads: Vine, SEO, and Teams

In which Twitter adds more features, your uniqueness is encouraged and affirmed, and your team takes center stage.

Morning Reads

Apollo Gonzales's picture

Morning Reads: Analytics, Advocacy, and Missing the Forest for the Trees

This morning we've discovered a new analytics tool, and a great conversation about advocacy in DC. We also discover that, despite the fact that some people are evangelizing for a brand, that brand wants to shut them down.

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Apollo Gonzales's picture

Morning Reads: HTML 5, Hacking, and Hoaxes

Here are a few items that came up in our reading list this morning.

Strategy

Tony Guzmán's picture

Drupal Usability Tips

You may have heard this before - Drupal has a reputation for low grades in the usability department. That’s been a knock against Drupal since the beginning.
There are probably hundreds if not thousands of blog posts comparing Drupal to, say, Wordpress, when it comes to ease of use.

Strategy

Jesse Littlewood's picture

Responsive Design: What to Know

Mobile is the future of the web.

Strategy

Apollo Gonzales's picture

What Facebook's Graph Search Means For Your Non-Profit

Earlier today Facebook announced that they are Beta testing a new type of search functionality for all users using the English version of Facebook. Graph Search is a huge step towards using the full power of all of that information you’ve been putting into Facebook since the launch of the Social Graph. Looking back over the last couple of years, all of Facebook's new features make sense now.

I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: http://endofbig.com