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Free online tools to promote your charity website or blog

January 26, 2012

Free online tools to promote your charity website or blog

In my blog Six essential online tools: raising your profile in the Third Sector: Which ones do you think are the most useful? I gave some information on the various platforms that are available (for free) that charities can use to promote their work. Once you have these in place you need to ensure that, in particular, your website or blog are visited. Providing they have a web address (ULR) then I found the following tools the most useful. All are free and easy to set up. Each one has its strengths and weaknesses.

Give them a go and see if they make a difference for you!

  • Add your website or blog ULR here: Google Webmaster Tools Google adds new sites to their index, and updates existing ones, every time they crawl the web.
  • Add your website or blog ULR here: Bing The best way to ensure your website is included in Bing’s index is to sign up for a Bing Webmaster Tools account. You will receive in-depth and valuable data about how your website is seen by Bing.
  • Some websites or blogs provide an analysis of the number of visits, why, when and how. If they do not then use Google Analytics .Google Analytics is a web analytics solution that gives you an insight into your website traffic and marketing effectiveness.
  • Both reddit and digg are sources for what’s new and popular on the web. Register and then promote your own website or blog.
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