Tag: web development

I Code Hire Me: A Case Study in Guerilla Marketing

I Code Hire Me: A Case Study in Guerilla Marketing
(Special thanks to Sean Crowe and Thomas Gorczynski of Hacksmith Labs for their time and insight) For many startups, social enterprises, and nonprofits guerilla marketing can be an effective strategy to drive word-of-mouth and engage their wider audience. with minimal marketing resources. Many job seekers and freelancers face the challenge of effectively marketing themselves in... Read more »

Meet Your Neighbor: Pumping Station One

Meet Your Neighbor: Pumping Station One
It’s simply easy to focus on “tech and the social good” as merely about software, or data, or social media….but there are places around the city that take an open source approach, bringing together a community around a common goal. Free Geek Chicago is one of those organizations; another is Pumping Station One, located on... Read more »

Website Revolution Coming in November

Website Revolution Coming in November
I read about this on a Facebook site, and received an e-mail from Mark at the Nerdery. Either way, I intended to write about this event…because it’s a revolution that everyone can join. For many non-profits and community organizations, the most basic weapon in engaging online is a website. ¬†However, building an excellent website takes... Read more »
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