Google has announced the 10 UK charities that have been shortlisted in its £500,000 Global Impact Challenge.
Google's Global Impact Awards are offering £2 million to UK registered charities that are using technology to tackle some of the world's biggest problems.
Last week Dawn Newton from Healthy Planet organised a free Google Analytics training day for charities, delivered by Howard Lake's blog
Google, in partnership with the Media Trust and Charity Technology Trust, is to help 30,000 of the UK's smallest charities improve their online fundraising.
Google is giving $23 million to seven nonprofit organisations that are "using technology and innovative approaches to tackle some of the toughest human challenges".
You’ve got your Google Grant application done and you’re running a few campaigns. What next?
On an average day in 2011, 250 million photos were uploaded to Facebook, 8 years of video content were added to YouTube and 140 million tweets were sent.
Yesterday Google has rolled out new feature on their fairly new social network Google+ - Google+ branded pages.
Google's fourth annual Online Marketing Challenge will for the first time be run to benefit nonprofits.
Online fundraising site JustGiving is to give free advertising on Google to all its charity members.
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