Photo of Morpheus from the movie The Matrix, with text "What if I told you you can use social media tracking to further your mission"

Take the Red Pill for Mind-Blowing Social Media Retargeting

October 19, 2016
What if I told you that you could use social media to find the people who visited your website and lure them back with a great offer?
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From Advocate to Evangelist: The Importance of Digital Inclusion

October 18, 2016
Spending a year focused on digital inclusion work was invaluable to needs of my community. I am now a digital inclusion advocate and evangelist.
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Yes, Nonprofits Get Scammed, Too

October 17, 2016
With social engineering, you can’t avoid being a target, but you can avoid being a victim.
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Navigating Naysayers: Managing Difficult Social Media Interactions

October 13, 2016
Social media can feel like an incredibly dark place, but don’t let hate silence you or your organization’s messages that other people need to hear.
A photograph by Michael Matti of the Fremont Troll sculpture in Seattle.

How To Beat the Trolls: Advice from the Front Lines of Comment Moderation

October 12, 2016
Given the challenges of moderating comments, it’s no surprise so many sites consider turning them off. But there are some tools you can use to create a respectful, thriving comment section.
A collage of 9 photos featuring Fellow Aneta Lee and her digital inclusion work in Atlanta, Georgia.

Atlanta and the State of Digital Inclusion

October 12, 2016
2015 Digital Inclusion Fellow Aneta Lee gave us an update on her work with the Parks and Recreation Department in Atlanta, Georgia.
Elders gather around a laptop, smiling.

Digital Literacy: More Than Just a Skill

October 11, 2016
Education is about more than just technical skills. Sometimes it’s about knowing that there’s a solution in the first place. So many people assume that their financial barriers are insurmountable, and they think that they need to buy a completely new piece of equipment, when a few tweaks or an inexpensive upgrade is all they need to get better use out of what they already have.
A student at the Adult Education Online Learning Lab getting personal assistance from DIF Fellow Sol Katia Jimenez.

Lessons Learned, Digital Inclusion, and Adult Education in SLC

October 5, 2016
Digital Inclusion Fellow Sol Katia Jimenez gives us an update on her work with the Salt Lake Education Foundation in Salt Lake City, Utah
Participants learn new skills at a digital literacy class.

Charlotte, NC and the State of Digital Inclusion

October 3, 2016
Digital Inclusion Fellow Jessica Washington gives us an update on her work with the Urban League of Central Carolinas in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Digital Inclusion at work: Two senior women sit at tables in front of laptops.

Digital Inclusion Fellowship in Review: A Q&A with James Butts

September 28, 2016
Digital Inclusion Fellow James Butts gives us an update on his work with the Triangle Literacy Council in Raleigh, North Carolina.