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Pay-what-you-can digital marketing for nonprofits

Back in late 2008, I decided I really liked nonprofits. Immediately, I started planning a year of website giveaways. Each month in 2009, we gave away a website to a nonprofit. And we started working with several nonprofits that we continue to work with today, including Diabetes Solutions of Oklahoma, Teen emPower, and The Kids’ Place. Around the same time…

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How keywords in SEO have changed

Have you heard of keywords and key phrases as it relates to being found on search engines like Google? Keywords and key phrases are what search engine users enter into sites like Google, that businesses and nonprofits want to show up for. Well, a lot has changed over the years, and they don’t play the same role they used to.

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Transferring a domain name

It’s pretty common that we have to help clients transfer their domain name from one provider—a domain name registrar—to another. Frequently, they want us to move it over to our account so they don’t have to worry about it any more. And we also occasionally have clients leave us, so we have to help move those domains as well.

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Alternatives to an expensive logo

I may be a bit biased, but I think the logos we design at T&S Online Marketing are pretty awesome. However, our full-blown, professionally designed logo packages are not a good fit for everyone. So what can you do if you want a good looking logo, without breaking the bank? Fortunately, there are plenty of options out there!

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Get to know Chloé, our new Director of Timelines!

Have you met our “new Holly?” If you haven’t had the pleasure of doing so (and even if you have), you’re sure to love this fun and insightful interview with T&S Online Marketing’s new project manager, Chloé Gee.

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Coming up with blog topic ideas

You may already know that blogging is a great opportunity to showcase your knowledge as a subject-matter expert. It’s also an excellent tool for SEO, keeping your clients up-to-date, and engaging your audience in a way that builds trust and rapport!

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Five tips for creating awesome cell phone videos

Welcome to the year 2018, where 95 percent of Americans own a cell phone of some kind! The large majority of those devices are indeed smartphones, which utilize an operating system to function like a mini computer. Gone are the days of having to purchase expensive equipment to create video. Today’s smartphones provide impressive camera technology and an expansive array of supporting applications at your fingertips. That means anyone can create high-quality video whenever they want!

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Do you even Snapchat?

I love Snapchat. In fact, I’m totally that 20-something millennial you see taking photos and videos of the most random things just to populate my all-important Snapchat story. Snapchat is great for connecting with friends and staying in touch with family. It’s also an easy tool to catch up on the daily headlines and even watch stories from every corner of the world. It’s pretty fantastic—just don’t ask me about the most recent update. #StillSalty

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How to install Google Fonts on your website

Years ago, we were limited to just a handful of fonts on the web. There were only a dozen or so that all computers typically had in common. Thankfully, web fonts have come a long way. One of the more popular options now for putting fonts on your website is Google Fonts.

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Which type of Facebook Page should I create?

I love Facebook. And plenty of our clients have a Facebook Page for their business or nonprofit. But if you’re creating a Facebook Page yourself, you may get stuck on the very first step of the process when it asks you to choose your page type. So how do you know which type of Facebook Page you should create? Let’s find out!

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