Register for our next training, “WordPress 201 for Nonprofits”, taught by Maurice Cherry from 3eighteen media on Wednesday April 9, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at Hands on Atlanta.
During this more advanced WordPress training:
- You’ll dive deeper into plugins and themes,
- Learn more about widgets,
- Explore the Media Library, AND
- Take part in a Q&A session to get specific, targeted solutions to your pressing WordPress problems.
Your nonprofit’s website is up and running, but have you ever wondered:
How many visitors are coming to your website?
How did they get there?
What actions do they take once they arrive?
Web analytics can answer these and many other questions and our training on December 3 from 10-11:30am at Hands On Atlanta will show you how. During this training, you will learn how your nonprofit can utilize web analytics to collect, analyze, and act on valuable information and data about your website. The information collected through web analytics provides valuable insight into what PR efforts drive most traffic, how visitors use your website, and whether your website is meeting organizational goals. In addition, you will discover free web analytics tools and useful key performance indicators to track progress, so your nonprofit can easily put web analytics into action.
HandsOn tech is excited to have a talented local professional present this training. Meier is a partner at CliXelerate LLC, an online marketing and eCommerce consulting company in Woodstock, GA. She helps businesses and nonprofits achieve online success through online marketing, SEO, and website architecture improvements. Meier also has enterprise-level experience working for companies like eBay and Exodus Communications.
Space is limited, so be sure to register here to reserve your seat or click the image below to register.
Our first nonprofit technology training of year 3 was a success! Jelissa and Sara of the HandsOn Tech Atlanta team presented on the Google for Nonprofits program to a group of 20 nonprofit staff, volunteers, and board members as part of the Hands On Atlanta Referral Agency Training. The team discussed the benefits of the Google for Nonprofits program, how to apply, and an overview of what organizations in the program receive. We appreciate all of the positive feedback we received from nonprofit organizations in attendance. We hope that attendees will be able to utilize the Google for Nonprofits program to better fulfill their missions.
Check out the events page of our website or our EventBrite page for our upcoming trainings. We have many great trainings and workshops in the works, including email marketing, website do’s and dont’s, Google Analytics, Google Adwords, and much more more!
Our next training, The Power of Email Marketing for Nonprofits is on Tuesday October 29th from 10-11:30am at the Hands On Atlanta Office. Space is limited and almost all of the spots are reserved. Be sure to register for the training on our EventBrite page ASAP, so you don’t miss out on this great and informative training!
Do you want to learn more about how your nonprofit can utilize technology to more effectively and efficiently meet your mission? HandsOn Tech Atlanta is currently organizing our nonprofit technology trainings and workshops for the upcoming year. What kinds of technology topics are you interested in learning more about this year? Fill out this survey, so we can plan with your input! Survey: http://bit.ly/1eGWBiB
If you are interested in leading a nonprofit technology training be sure to submit a volunteer interest survey or send us an email at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Happy New Year!
To celebrate, HandsOn Tech Atlanta is ready to launch our second wave of applications for nonprofit probono tech services! Click the “For Nonprofits” tab above to review the requirements and apply for our program.
We are also coming up with more trainings for this upcoming year to help you and your nonprofit utilize technology and free tools to your advantage. Let us know in the comments if you have a training you’d like us to host. You can check out our events calendar to see when our trainings are and what topics they will cover. We hope to see you there!
This year the HandsOn Tech Atlanta Team will work with 33 qualified nonprofits on projects that will implement solutions that will build capacity and generate positive impact. We are currently working with a number of nonprofits and skills-based volunteers to achieve this goal.
The month’s highlight is Transition House, Inc.!
Transition House and the VA Medical Center work together to foster the recovery of men and women in the veteran’s program.
After applying to our program, we were able to connect the organization with a Web Developer, Tyler Horne and later, a Copywriter, David Chesnut. The organization did not have a clear logo or a functional Website. Through Tyler’s connections, a graphic designer created a new logo for Transition House. Tyler is now working with David to finalize the new Website.
This can be your nonprofit!