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VolunteerMatch allows you to search for volunteer opportunities nearby based on things you care about the most. For example, you can find 32 volunteer opportunities that involve animals in and around Austin. It also provides a range of tools for nonprofit organizations to recruit and manage volunteers with both free and paid plans available.
Charity Navigator is a 501 (c)(3) organization that seeks to guide intelligent giving in order to “…advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace”. They rate thousands of charities based on financial health, accountability and transparency to help donors make good decisions. They also provide studies such as the 2013 CEO Compensation Study resources on topics such as questions you should ask before donating, the tax benefits of giving, and protecting yourself from scams.
Keep your finger on the pulse of the online conversation with Google Alerts. Google will send you an alert when it finds new blog posts, news articles, videos, or other content on terms relevant to you.
Social media doesn’t have to be all selfies and food photos. NeighborGoods is a searchable inventory of things that your friends and neighbors are willing to lend. Saving money and resources is a definite plus, but so is that warm fuzzy feeling you get when you help out a neighbor.
The Section 508 website offers a terrific overview of accessibility, and the tools and resources you need to implement their guidelines.
The W3C provides a handy code validator that can give you a quick review of the accessibility of your code.
The Social Media Spec. Guide for Content Designers is a very helpful infographic that includes all of the appropriate dimensions for cover images, profile pictures, etc. for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Domain names with keywords matter less, social media engagement with your content matters more, and quality content always matters. This infographic from SearchMetrics shows how Google is changing the way it prioritizes websites in 2013.
Do you know what factors contribute to SEO success? Check out this infographic that explains what helps and hurts when it comes to SEO.