Tips for Efficient Web Searching & Research for NonprofitsFundraising, Fundraising Services, Lottery fundraising, News, Non-profit fundraising, Online Fundraising, Philanthropy, Social Media for Nonprofit Fundraising, Telephone Fundraising | Desi Cabrera | September 26, 2013 at 12:01 am
As I have written in our social Media series for nonprofit fundraising, digital marketing initiatives have become a critical aspect of a nonprofit’s engagement and communication strategies and often can be time consuming for the most organized fundraiser or social media specialist. Using time saving tools and shortcuts can optimize time spent and make initiatives much more efficient. In the past I have provided tips such as 5 Tips to Overcome Writers Block for Stronger Nonprofit Blogging, Twitter and Facebook Tips to Improve Supporter Engagement and Nonprofit Fundraising and Twitter Keyboard Shortcuts that can Improve Nonprofit Supporter Engagement Efficiency. Research is an integral part of finding the right information to create original content and to find cause related news or articles to share on social media’s various platforms. As the internet and search engines have evolved so have the ways in which you can search for and find information. The following are some excellent tips on how to take your Google (or other) searches to the next level:
Google also has other basic features that can be used for quick answers:
There are also some beneficial short cuts that can help save time and make researching a lot faster (can be performed on almost all web browsers):
What Google trick or short cuts do you use that haven’t been listed? Share with us in your comments below.
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