Our programme of webinars with experts in the field will help your charity to take advantage of the latest in digital technology to better deliver its mission.
Our webinars are ideal for small charities and those wanting to know how to use free and popular tools to drive more visitors to their website, attract supporters and show the world the difference they make every day.
See below to browse our archive of recent webinars.
This webinar is supported by the City of London Corporation's charity, City Bridge Trust
In this webinar with Jason King, we take an overview of Google Analytics, a free tool that provides a wealth of data that you can use to evaluate your success online, and help you make decisions to improve the reach of your website. This webinar is for any non-profit worker with responsibility for their charity’s website. Download the slides from Slideshare.
The Google Ad Grants programme gives qualified charities upto $10,000 per month of “in-kind” advertising to spend via Google AdWords. Eligible charities and civil society organisations have the opportunity to promote their cause and raise awareness of their services via the world's most widely used search engine. In this webinar with freelance web developer, Jason King, we will cover applying for a Google Grant; writing eye-catching ads that appear in Google search results; good practice for choosing keywords that work; and how to measure results and improve your advertising campaigns. Download the slides from Slideshare.
In this webinar with charity data protection expert, Paul Ticher, we look at why data protection is important in a digital world, and what practical things charities and civil society organisations can do to prepare for when the EU General Data Protection Regulations come into force in May 2018. It is vital charities use the next 12 months to understand their new responsibilities and put the required processes in place. Download the slides from Slideshare.
Office 365 is Microsoft’s web based version of its popular Office software – it comes in free and low cost versions with different features. But where do you start in making sense of the different plans, features and benefits and what do you need to know about making sure its right for your charity? In this webinar with charity IT experts, Co-Operative Systems, we'll look at getting started with the basics of Office 365. Download the slides from Slideshare.
If you’re already using or thinking of moving to Microsoft Office 365, you’ll need to think about where to store your precious documents. In this webinar with charity IT experts, Co-Operative Systems, we look at what is SharePoint and why use it, key features and a practical demonstration of how charities can use it.
This webinar with data protection expert Paul Ticher summarises the new Data Protection & EU Regulations. In this webinar we’ll cover why this new Regulation is happening, key changes to the law and what it means for charities, and what your charity should be doing now to remain compliant.
One in four of the world's websites run on WordPress, including some big name charities. It enables you to edit your website's pages yourselves and is free to use, easy to learn and very flexible. Whether you're considering it for your website, or are already a user, this webinar with WordPress expert Jason King, will guide you thoughwhat WordPress is capable of, how to plan and implement it, and give you a checklist for getting the most out of this useful tool.
Are you having a hard time coming up with engaging content? Are your supporters not responding to your social media posts as much as they should? In this webinar with Jude Habib of Sounddelivery we look at why use user generated content, the pros and cons of user generated content, engaging with mainstream media, and story-telling tricks and tips.
In this webinar with Co-operative Systems, we discuss what charities need to consider in migrating their IT services to Microsoft Office 365.
Your organisation works with different client groups and offers a variety of much needed services. But, staff are frustrated and struggle with old and slow computers, an ancient database doesn't really do what you need, the website could do with a refresh, funding is squeezed and the board is reluctant to spend on technology. You are responsible for managing your organisation's technology, you know things need to change, but where do you start?