Google for Nonprofits, a site designed to educate charities about the search giant's suite of Web-based tools, debuted Tuesday.
Essentially, it's a lineup of links to Google's various applications and tutorials for using them, but with a charitable spin. A link to YouTube is accompanied with "broadcast your cause to the world's largest online video community." Google Groups come with a suggestion of "communicate easily to staff or volunteers and encourage discussions among supporters."
But the Google for Nonprofits page also highlights special initiatives for nonprofits, like free advertising through the Google … Read more