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This is part seven of an ongoing GirlGuidesCANblog series to provide GGC Members, volunteers, and parents with a better understanding of social media issues and best practices. Part 1: GGC’s online strategy Part 2: Girl Guides Online…Now and Forever Part … Continue reading →
How many times a day do you use a search engine like Google, Bing or Yahoo to find something online? Once a day? Twice? Every hour? We all rely on searches so often that these browsers are likely to be … Continue reading →
This is part three of an ongoing GirlGuidesCANblog series to provide GGC Members, volunteers, and parents with a better understanding of social media issues and best practices. Part 1: GGC’s online strategy Part 2: Girl Guides Online…Now and Forever Part … Continue reading →
With our growing online numbers over the past few months on Facebook and Twitter, we tried to come up with something really special for our online audiences in celebration of World Thinking Day, on February 22, 2011. Here’s a summary … Continue reading →