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Last week we introduced you to a magical Twitter list of the best free small business online tools. The emails you receive in your inbox don’t really tell you much about the people behind them. Rapportive also shows reports from TechCrunch’s CrunchBase, so you can immediately get an idea of what kind of business your email partner is involved in.
A powerful mass-email tool that makes communication with customers and subscribers a lot easier. The free version of Mail Chimp includes a list of up to 2,000 subscribers and up to 12,000 emails per month, which is ideal for small businesses. By incorporating your latest updates from Twitter, Facebook, RSS, LinkedIn and other other social platforms into your signature, WiseStamp creates a new dimension of engagement with your email readers. You can use WiseStamp to highlight new products or services, invite readers to join additional communication channels and to allow them to share and retweet your content directly from the email itself.
Promote your business, showcase your art, set up an online shop or just test out new ideas. That said, to be alerted of new low-cost or free resources and tools available for nonprofits, please subscribe to the Nonprofit Tech for Good 2.0 e-Newsletter [see right column]. Wufoo allows individuals and brands to easily create web forms through a simple drag and drop interface. A website that provides world statistics updated in real-time in categories ranging from world population to stats about energy and water consumption.
Windows Live Writer is primarily known as tool to help you better format and publish blog posts to the Web, but it’s also a very useful, simple, and free tool that can be used to easily generate HTML code. An online database of what is #trending on Twitter with user-generated definitions of related hashtags.
We the People is an online petitioning service launched by the Obama Administration that enables U.S. Ideal for mobile social media managers, VoiceTexter is an iPhone app that instantly transcribes your voice messages. Vizify scans your Twitter account to find your most retweeted tweets, most influencial and engagaged followers, and the most common words associated with your Twitter account and then packages the data into a Twitter video that you can share with staff and followers. Vine is Twitter’s mobile app that can be used to create and share 6-second videos on Twitter. A smartphone app that allows users to easily record, edit, and share videos in just a few taps. Upworthy is a content filtering tool that features the most read, shared, and buzz-worthy content on the Web. Twubs is a Twitter chat management tool that aggregates tweets, pics, and video into branded hashtag pages. TwtPoll enables nonprofits to create polls that can be shared on Twitter or any any other social network. A website that allows you to create an image with a mosaic of your Twitter Followers’ avatars.
Twibbon is a tool that allows your supporters on Twitter and Facebook to add a micro version of your nonprofit’s avatar to their profile pics. TweepsMap is a free tool that provides a visual, interactive map of your Twitter followers by country, state or city by simply logging in with your Twitter ID. Tripline is a clever way to visually plot check-ins on a map that can be shared with others.
Timikiwi allows you to create a chronological display of your social media accounts with just a few clicks. TechSoup is a nonprofit with a clear focus: providing other nonprofits and libraries with technology that empowers them to fulfill their missions and serve their communities. A website that allows nonprofits to set up web-based SupporterWalls of which spots of varying sizes and donation amounts can be purchased by your supporters. Part-smartphone app, part-hardware device, Square enables the processing of credit card payments on your smartphone. Skype Premium is an easy-to-use, affordable tool that allows nonprofits to host group video calls and group meetings via screen sharing for a low annual fee of $53.94.
Simplebooklet easily enables content producers to create flipbooks that can be instantly integrated into the Social Web. Share As Image allows you to select any text on the Web and pin it as a quote on Pinterest.
Screenr is a free, web-based screen recorder that makes it easy for nonprofits to record and share screencasts. Qwiki automatically turns pictures and videos from events you’ve captured on your iPhone into brief movies to share.
Quozio is a simple tool that enables to create images of quotes that can be uploaded to Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter or Google+.
PicMonkey is a photo editing tool that enables nonprofits to easily embed text upon photos, brand your images with your logo, and create photo collages through a simple drag-and-drop process.
PicMark is a free tool that easily enables you to watermark your images before uploading them to social networks. Photoshop Touch is a tablet app and photo-editing tool available for both iPad and Android tablets.
Nonprofit Technology Magazine is a free monthly multimedia iPad publication that provides some of the best technological information available from leading authorities in the nonprofit field.
MoFuse is a mobile content management system that allows you to easily create mobile websites using basic HTML and the RSS feed of your blog.
Ideal for organizing regional chapters, activists, or special events, Meetup makes it easy for nonprofits to organize supporters online to then meet up face-to-face offline. Microsoft Local Impact Map is a low-cost visual mapping tool ideal for nonprofits that have multiple chapters or programs. LevelUp is a mobile payment system that allows users to register their credit cards to make purchases at participating merchants with a simple scan of a QR code.
LastPass is a tool that consolidates all your online passwords into one easy-to-use, secure password manager.
JustCoz.org is a platform that enables charities, nonprofits, and NGOs to increase their social media reach by way of tweet and status update donations.
A free, fun mobile photo-sharing iPhone App that turns your mobile photos instantly in art. A great source for free icons to use on your website, blog, Facebook Page, in your e-mail newsletter, etc.
HopeMob is a crowdfunding platform built for individuals who are in financial need and in crisis. Part-website, part-smartphone app, this tool enables free group texting between small groups of people. Google Wallet is unique from other mobile wallets in that it allows nonprofits to accept online donations using the Web-based version of Google Wallet. GlobalTweets is a website which plots recent tweets from all over the world on a map by using their geographical information. Launched to enable donors and supporters to easily learn more about the nonprofits they support (or are considering supporting), the Giving Library is a portal to nonprofits that have created informational videos explaining their work, mission, accomplishments and future goals.
GeoPollster is a new connected app that enables you to view the political donations of businesses that you check in to on Foursquare.
Launched by Nonprofit Tech 2.0, #FundraisingFriday is a Twitter campaign meant to encourage individuals to donate $10 to their favorite nonprofit every Friday. A free, open-source software program that enables users to send group text messages from computers or mobile phones.
FotoFlexer is a free Web-based photo-editing tool that allows you to cut, crop, resize, and embed text and logos onto your photos. Formstack allows nonprofits to easily create online forms to capture contact information of new supporters, volunteers, and donors.
Flipagram is an iPhone app that enables users to convert their Instagram photos into video slideshows that can then be shared on other social media and uploaded to YouTube. Flavors is a tool that allows nonprofits to easily create simple, well-designed websites for as little as $20 per year.
Facebook Page Barometer is a tool that enables you to compare your nonprofit’s Facebook Page Insights (Reach, Engagement, Click-through Rate) to other pages that have signed up for the service. Updated regularly, the Facebook Cheat Sheet is a collection of must-know sizes, dimensions, and figures for Facebook Fan Pages. Easelly allows you to easily to create infographics for your nonprofit by using pre-designed templates and a simple drag-and-drop process for data integration. This website allows users to build visually appealing interactive timelines using video, audio, images, location, social media, and timestamps. Daily DoGooder is a free e-newsletter that delivers one, just one, excellent cause video to your inbox each day. A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter, and social networking profiles.
This tool turns your smartphone or desktop computer into an audio recorder that allows you to easily share audio messages and podasts with your supporters.
This site provides an incredibly useful breakdown of Facebook users by age, gender, and location. A directory of quotes by famous people, this websites list thousands of inspirational quotes useful for Tweeting and Facebook Status Updates. Aradium is a new service that enables nonprofits and small businesses to create and host online stores inside of their Facebook Pages.
A must-bookmark list of special days that acknowledge social good events and cause campaigns. Animoto enables users to turn their  photos, video clips, and music into videos that can be uploaded to YouTube and shared on the Social Web. A social search tool that allows you to easily track mentions of your nonprofit on social networking sites, blogs, and websites. Ideal for mobile social networkers, this $.99 app allows you to easily create panoramic photos on your smartphone. A comprehensive blog about all things related to Quick Response (QR) Codes, Augmented Reality (AR), and Near Field Communication (NFC). About Nonprofit Tech for GoodWith 100,000 monthly visitors and more than one million followers on social networks, Nonprofit Tech for Good is a leading social and mobile media resource for nonprofit professionals worldwide.
One of the newest online photo editing tools, launched in 2012 has taken editing to a whole new level without making life difficult.
PicMonkey allows you to do all of the normal colouring, cropping and bordering editing that most other tools allow but you can actually create your own images, customise dimensions and upload your own images and add text. Never judge a book by its cover and BeFunky is definitely something you need to use more than once to understand the power it has. If you are making very creative images, BeFunky is a great choice for you especially if you want to create a professional looking college. Ribbet was built on the Picnik platform and holds a lot of the same features with a friendly look and feel.


Premium features for Ribbet  are now free and in addition to editing photos, you can also create visual images of clothing.
Living in the digital age gives worries about the negative effects that it can bring to people.
It is most of the time advisable for the writers to start creating an outline for their content. English Grammar Checker is a free online writing tool that can instantly analyze any article that you will enter in the text box. If you are looking for a tool that can guide you in your writing journey, this is the best for you. Associate the rapid growth of technology into a great cause and you can benefit from it a lot. A guide to over 15 free online tools that you can use as an alternative to purchasing software. Clipping is a handy way to collect and organize the most important slides from a presentation. As with so much on the web these days several companies provide free online survey tools as a 'land grab' strategy to attract users.
This list, curated by Wix, is your one-stop-shop for the most helpful tools and apps for small businesses in the digital age. Rapportive helps you get to to know your contacts by showing you everything about them right inside your inbox.
And if you wish, you can even add notes regarding that contact that will only be visible to you. With Mail Chimp, you can customize an email template to create a professional and attractive newsletter and easily distribute it to your contacts.
It allows you to fully analyze the success of your email campaigns by viewing how many people opened the email, clicked on the links, Liked, shared or tweeted about it, and finally – how many people actually purchased a product after receiving it.
Wix is a website builder thathas everything you need to build a fully-personalized, high-quality free website. Many nonprofit professionals are overwhelmed by the all choices and as mobile media continues to grow, prepare to be mind-boggled by all the new technology options that will be available to your nonprofit in coming years.
Ideal for capturing contact information for your mailing list, event registrations, and even customizing PayPal into your website for donation processing, Wufoo is well-reviewed and reasonably priced.
Knowing basic HTML or using a tool like Live Writer to generate HtML can transform a nonprofit’s ROI (Return on Investment) from using social media. Most nonprofits have not yet embraced Twitter’s new Vine App, thus they may not have an understanding of how to record and broadcast the world (and social good) in six second bites. Even more amazing, their smartphone and tablet apps allow you to broadcast live from anywhere, anytime… for free. Most often the content has nothing to do with the nonprofit sector or social good, but it does help social media managers get a good understanding of what goes viral on the Web.
You can also schedule Twitter chats directly inside of Twubs and use the tool to tweet and monitor hashtags during live events.
Useful for web campaigns, Twitter Mosaic also provides the ability to create t-shirts that include your nonprofit’s Twitter name and your mosaic of Followers. Currently in beta, TwitSprout also allows you to easily convert your Twitter data into a PDF-format for easy sharing with others. It analyses both your tweets and your followers’ tweets so you can start tweeting when it makes most sense to reach others. If your nonprofit does awareness tours, hosts events in multiple cities, or is active around your hometown, Tripline can help staff share their location-based activism and advocacy online. Ideal for telling your nonprofit’s history on the Social Web, you can add Twitter, Tumblr, Posterous, WordPress, and Instagram. As part of that goal, TechSoup provides heavily discounted technology products and information geared specifically to the unique challenges faced by nonprofits and libraries.
Rather than a donor texting a keyword to a shortcode to donate and having the donation processed through the donor’s mobile phone bill, with TapFunder the donor is sent a link to a mobile-optimized payment site where the donor can make the donation with a credit card.
It provides engagement data about your photos, likes, follower growth, as well as when is the best and worst time to post.
If your nonprofit has staff located in multiple locations or a remote staff that works from home, this powerful, highly-functioning new version of Skype is a must. Ideal for publishing interactive digital flyers, brochures or annual reports, Simplebooklet is hosted in the cloud thus any edits are automatically changed everywhere your booklet has been published. This tool is a simple way to create graphics of inspirational quotes or powerful stats that can then also be shared on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Google+. Nonprofits could use Screenr to train staff, mobilize donors and activists, or tell their stories in a new way online. If you are looking for a new job or want to build or enhance your personal brand online, Re.vu is new tool definitely worth exploring.
In addition to text quotes, Quotery also has a digital library of quotes embedded on images. Using their collage layouts, your nonprofit can create multiple Facebook covers in just minutes. With its design and tool set consistent with the soon-to-be-released Windows 8, nonprofits would be wise to sign up and reserve their first choice of Outlook e-mail addresses as soon as possible. A service of Tech Impact, npCloud is a nonprofit whose mission is to ensure all nonprofits can use cloud-based technology to better serve their communities. To view icons relevant to nonprofits, see the sets created and submitted by the National Park Service and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. While at first it may feel a little narcissistic, it is a clever and moving exhibition of your Facebook life – and one of the few Facebook apps I have recommended that anyone add on Facebook. If your nonprofit hasn’t yet begun to prioritize the Mobile Web, then subscribing to this blog would be a good first step. If your nonprofit is ready to begin experimenting with group texting or mobile fundraising, MobileCause has the most affordable pricing.
For a great example of a nonprofit using Meetup, see the the Nature Conservancy’s Picnic for the Planet.
Whether you want to display your work on a local, national, or global map, this is a visually-compelling new way to tell your nonprofit’s story. Named one of the six start-ups to watch in 2012 by Mashable, it’s unclear at this point whether mobile wallets, QR codes, texting, or a tool yet to be released will dominate mobile fundraising in the near future, but all nonprofit fundraisers should be watching the rapdily-evolving mobile payment technology very closely.
Ideal for social and mobile media managers that are juggling 20+ accounts, the premium version is only $12 a year. In just a few clicks your supporters can donate a tweet or status update to benefit your cause. The app allows you to adjust the frame rate of videos you’ve recorded to 12, 18, or 24 frames per second and has number of customizable film stocks you can use to make your video look its best. While no replacement for the real thing, nonprofits can at least get a peek at how their desktop site looks on mobile devices. Simply plug in your nonprofits’s website URL and you can seen cached versions of your site going back to 1996. Users simply take a photo with their iPhone and add special editing and art effects with one tap. In fact, I used them for this blog (see upper-right), but please ignore the silly photo in the Fotolia ad. A nonprofit itself, the site is 100% fee-free and each story posted is independently researched and verified. That said, you should also monitor this site (and others like it) for the rare rogue review. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.
It’s super fast, takes much less memory than Firefox, and makes social networking in particular much easier. Nonprofits can easily participate by configuring their Twitter accounts to share location and then using the #GT hashtag. To begin on Tuesday, November 27, the campaign aims to inspire increased philanthropy, conscious consumerism, and volunteerism during the holidays. If you are interested in having your nonprofit listed on the Giving Library, you can apply here.
Powered by OpenSecrets.org, nonprofits that work on issues related to corporate accountability and democracy could use this app as part of their mobile strategy to build awareness about campaign finance reform. If your nonprofit is active on Pinterest or wants to make better use of your digital library, knowledge of photo-editing is essential. Of the 228 million images currently available for download, 190 million are generated from Creative Commons.
You can even create custom forms to process donations on your website or blog or to manage event registrations. The winning charity receives 50% of the community donations, the 2nd charity receives 30%, and the 3rd charity receives 20%. Nonprofits can use Dipity to create timelines that highlight their organizational history, current events, and special campaigns. If your nonprofit needs creative inspiration or wants to see what other nonprofits are doing to tell their story via video, this is a must subscribe e-newsletter. You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. A technology in its infancy, in the future soundwaves could be used by nonprofits to encourage groups of people to take action or make a donation. It also pulls in a feed of most recent Facebook news and illuminates in real-time the fastest growing countries using Facebook. Nonprofits could use Bravo to capture testimonials from donors and supporters or position statements from advocates and activists – and they do offer discounts for nonprofits. A good quote is certain to garner your nonprofit Retweets and thumbs up on Facebook any day of the week.
Responsively designed for both desktop and mobile devices, customers can buy, share, like, comment and checkout all from your nonprofit’s Facebook Page. Ideal for launching online fundraising and awareness campaigns, your nonprofit needs at least a month to prepare your campaign materials and craft your messaging in order to build a sense of anticipation among your fans and followers. Simply enter your nonprofit’s name and Addictomatic then creates a page of all your search results for easy future reference. Nonprofit Tech for Good focuses on providing valuable, easy-to-understand information, news, and resources related to nonprofit technology, online communications, and social and mobile fundraising. Not only can an image sell a blog, it also the most engaging way to connect with your community.
PicMonkey is a free tool unless you want the more advanced editing options and even then, it will only cost you $3.99 a month.
Although you are privy to a few ads on the site, it does have a lot of great elements like turning images into cartoons and adding stickers, frames and backgrounds. Easily integrated with Picassa and Google+ along with saving photo’s to Facebook and Flickr. Through different tools provided online, you are able to develop your skills and enhance your capabilities.


It is a good tool because it checks the grammar effectively, as well as the spelling of your article. You can understand this guidebook easily since it can be considered as the simplest style book available. This is a positive development which allows consumers to try out various products before committing to a particular one, and allows small scale users to use it indefinitely for free. It includes such wonderful features as socializing your emails, creating VIP subscribers, enabling comments on newletters and many more.
Using Wordle, nonprofits could generate word clouds that add some color and creativity to their online fundraising and outreach campaigns.
If your nonprofit uses a particular hashtag in your Twitter campaigns on a regular basis, then signing up and registering that hashtag (before anyone else does) is highly recommended. If your nonprofit is one that regularly encourages citizens to register to vote and show up on election day, this could be a new tool to add to your list. 501(c)(3) organizations can register people and try to convince them to vote. Founded in 1987, if you hadn’t heard of TechSoup until now, then you now know about one of the best resources for nonprofits on the Web today.
When mobile wallets go mainstreaam, this simple tweak in text-to-give fundraising will be a game changer. Free for nonprofits, it’s an easy way to tap into a skilled volunteer network without committing a lot time to volunteer management.
Nonprofits could use Present.me for awareness campaigns, staff and volunteer training, and creative storytelling and reporting. To begin, your first step is to login to JustCoz.org with your Twitter account to create a Cause page for your nonprofit. The app then allows you to share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter. While it’s not a fundraising tool built specifically for nonprofits, if your nonprofit works with individuals and communities who are in financial need and in crisis, HopeMob has a large community of supporters that can help.
Groups currently are maxed at 25 members, but in time will likely grow and perhaps even enable one-to-many group texting for free or at a very low-cost.
Even if you are set in your browsing ways with IE or Firefox, Google Chrome only takes of few minutes of your time to download and experience.
Used widely throughout the globe, FrontlineSMS has empowered a texting revolutionat the grassroots by nonprofits in developing nations and has become a beacon for social good in mobile technology. What’s unique and useful about it is that it can be configured to integrate with your Twitter and Facebook accounts. Otherwise, nonprofits who already have websites can use Flavors to create landing pages for social media and fundraising campaigns as needed.
With only 36 charities selected per year, most nonprofits will not be able to participate but its a clever and powerful idea that could be easily duplicated by employee giving programs and socially responsible businesses. Nonprofit staff often need to manage and organize large quantities of web links for later viewing, and bookmarking via browsers is becoming cumbersome.
Cinchcast is ideal for nonprofits that are advancing their communications into real-time reporting while on location from fundraisers, conferences, protests, etc. It’s also worth noting that they have an excellent mobile website which enables nonprofits to make their online advocacy campaigns mobile. You’ll see your panorama being built in realtime as every incoming frame is processed. If you have been struggling to find tools that can help you edit images, here are three of my favourites and they just happen to be free! I have been a huge advocate of PicMonkey as soon as it launched and until this day, it is my go to photo editing tool. More sophisticated choices including cropping photos to a specific sizes, adding special effects, stickers, text, frames and seasonal features. And you must always take advantage of the positive and great opportunities that the internet can offer you. And what is more amazing is that it can offer free tools that you can help in guiding you improve your passion in writing.
Aside from checking your spelling and grammar, it also provides suggestions that can help you correct your mistakes and develop your content. In return, the companies get free publicity when people publish surveys using these free online survey tools.Of course there are limitations to the free accounts, and we will examine and compare these in the reviews below. Definitely a trend to keep your eyes on as Internet TV begins to penetrate our living rooms in coming years. Donations could be made simply with two taps on your smartphone and processed without having to through the mobile carriers.
Additionally, if your specify a location with your photos, you can opt to also share your photos on Foursquare.
GroupMe is useful for managing small teams of volunteers or for real-time communications between staff and volunteers during events. This is a must-buy app if your nonprofit regularly tells your story through mobile photo-sharing. This tool does not only deal with grammar, it also comprehensively edits and analyzes your spelling and syntax.
Copyediting & Proofreading For Dummies can be viewed online and you can use even if you are not registered because it does not require that.
Title Capitalization is the best tool when you are having a hard time to decide on which words should be capitalized in your title. Entrepreneurs should explore all possible means to promote their business and extend their reach through the online market. There are usually advanced features available in paid versions.Another benefit the new web companies and competitive environment have brought to using survey software is the lack of set up fees, contract or termination fees, meaning that as and when you need to run bigger surveys you are still not tied in and can downgrade as easily as you upgraded.
The site is consistently being reviewed by White House staff and petitions that receive more than 25,000 signatures are guaranteed a response from the Obama Administration. This free tool also provides other interactive means that can help you construct poems, enhance your vocabulary, and examine stories. What are some of these online tools?Facebook PagesFacebook allows its users to create business or fan pages. This means you can have small, permanently open or regularly changing online surveys running then upgrade to run a bigger survey for a month, with a second month to analyse the results. Pro Writing Aid will directly point out your errors and will offer suggestions on how to correct that. Photos and specials from the business can also be posted online.Google PlacesSimilar to Yellow Pages, business owners get to have a listing on Google which will turn up when potential customers search for specific services online. It has a surprising amount available in the free version, including not one but three tools: online surveys, micropolls and Ideascale, a feedback collection and voting platform. Customers will also see directions to the place because Google will provide a map listing of the business.Blog pagesEntrepreneurs can make use of blogging platforms to promote their business online. It has a simple wizard approach to creating and editing your surveys with a large number of question types available.The free version allows an unlimited number of responses, making it ideal for surveys which are small in scope but large in audience - instead it limited by number of surveys (2) and questions per survey (10).
To move to unlimited surveys and questions cost $15 per month, making it the cheapest of the products reviewed here.
Basic information about their business can be posted along with pictures of their facilities or services. Interestingly, it also has a social entrepreneurship dimension which amongst other things means giving 1% of gross revenue to various charitable causes. Customers can also interact with the entrepreneur through the comments box when they have inquiries.BannersCollaborating with other small business owners won’t hurt.
While the attractive design draws you in, it more than delivers on functionality, even on the free version.
Better yet, make them have click-through links to lead customers straight to the business’ home page. We particularly liked the dashboard which greets you on login after you've created a survey, with an instant view of the current number of surveys completed and in progress with a map, daily response rate and satisfaction chart. They have a comprehensive training library, including videos, and you can have the starter course delivered by email over 7 days. This way, both businesses will benefit from each other.e-BayPosting products for sale online is also a great way to let people know about a business.
It offers a 25-50% discount for non-profits, which has attracted the likes of the Mozilla Foundation (makers of the Firefox browser), Harvard and the American Psychological Association as customers.This time the restiction on the free version comes with the number of responses (250) - you can have unlimited surveys and questions. Upload quality pictures to give them a clear representation of the products they are about to buy.MultiplyThis photo sharing website has become a popular online market. We loved the way the survey creation system works, providing visual examples all the way and making it clear what is happening. For businesses which sell various products, this is a great place to post pictures of their merchandise.
Customers can also communicate with the business owner through direct messages or photo comments.Above are just some of the tools which small business owners can use to help promote their business online. What are the benefits of these online tools?They are free and take less than a few minutes to sign up or create.They require only little effort. They make a big thing of accessibility, being the preferred choice for a number of related associations and fully DDA (Disability Discrimitation Act) compliant. All this, and the value of the professional version makes it popular with a number of organisations including Campbells Soup and Surrey County Council (UK).As with Survey Gizmo, the restriction on the free version is with resonses - this time 100 - but also with questions - 10.
With the help of these easy to use internet tools, entrepreneurs can make their business expand at little to no cost at all!Like this article? They all have very good data collection and reporting tools, even on the free versions, and are all easy to use. Over 40 emails, 4 faxes, 2 priority mail letters, and Google is still messing with my company.
Think also, though, about the upgrade options, as clearly if you invest time in one and you do find yourself in need of a bigger scale solution, you don't want to be switching and creating new surveys (though some do offer uploads from MS Word). That said, we would probably also choose Survey Gizmo as the best upgrade option as well because of that ease of use and attractive design which would make ploughing through large amounts of data easier on the eye. They should also immediately have a good web page designed and work to get it well situated on the internet. Having spent many an hour in Excel, this makes a welcome change!We will be conducting further reviews in future to ensure you are well informed as to the best free online survey tools, so do bookmark this page and check back! It takes months for web crawlers to pickup on your listings but it can help if Google Places decides to push a few buttons and close your listings.I think that eventually Google will run into legal problems because of its poor handling of small businesses, but until then, every company that depends on Google needs to strengthen itself in the event Google comes after themGoogle had my business phone number, email address, and my business address but made no effort to find out if we were still in business.
As Steve mentions, this is a known issue and it can be difficult to get some things resolved in the ways that you’ve mentioned. This will require you to verify it by phone or by postcard, as you likely did when you first set up the listing.
If you can provide us with the link to your Places listing or your business details I’ll be happy to investigate further and provide you with better insight and advice. Reply GUEST POST FOR TECHWYSE!Submit a Guest Post to the Rise to the Top Blog Find Out How!featured article Facebook Cheat Sheet: Image Size and Dimensions UPDATED!



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