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Last chance to register to Google Summer of Code

Hey, Remember to regsister into Google Summer of Code 2021! This is your chance to gather experience and develop your skills This post is only a reminder for you because today Google is closing the registrations. If you are looking for information about the projects and the whole program read our previous articles about that:

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Write code and Save Lives in Google Summer of Code program

Sign up for Google Summer of Code today! Are you studying programming and want to put your knowledge into practice while doing something important for the global community? Are you wondering what the world of programmers looks like “from the inside”? Or maybe … you have no idea for a vacation, but you want to…
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Google Summer of Code: OpenMRS Projects for students

Google Summer of Code just has opened registration for students who want to take part in the Google Summer of Code program this year. If you are looking for help on how to apply for GSoC and what terms need you to fill up take a look at our previous post about that. I’m sure…
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Google Summer of Code 2021 has opened registration!

Spend the upcoming summer coding with a purpose. You surely have heard of Google Summer of Code, an international annual program in which Google introduces students to open source software development and helps them spend their summer break in a productive way 🙂 . You haven’t? Well, it’s high time to change it! Google Summer…
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How to apply to Google Summer of Code?

Google Summer of Code is a global program focused on introducing students to open-source software development. The program lasts 10 weeks (18 hours per week) while students work on programming projects with an open-source organization. Projects cover a wide range of fields including Cloud, Operating Systems, Graphics, Medicine, Programming Languages, Robotics, Science, Security and many…
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Google Summer of Code – the opportunity for students

Google 14 years ago has created a program which was actually an internship for students from the whole world. The internship hasn’t take place in Google but in open-source organizations which have register into the program earlier. The internship every year gathers more and more students but also organizations that create special projects for GSOC…
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Google Nonprofits, Google Ads, Google Ad Grants, suspended account

How I was blocked by Google…

Are you looking for tips about how to get back your account? Some of them we have described in our previous post about suspended accounts. Read them first here. We have to remind that our Foundation has Google Ads account for non-profits which is called Google Ad Grants. It is different than the commercial version.…
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Google Nonprofits, Google Ads, Google Ad Grants, suspended account

Google Analytics for Nonprofits

Do you use any tool to analyze traffic and visits on your site? If not you should start. How will you know who is your guest, who reads your texts and observes your site? Without this information, you can’t get into the interests of your audience and get new visitors. Then you won’t see the…
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SEO Tools for beginners: Case Study

As you know or not, to become a better SEO or marketing specialist you can use free SEO tools which will help you almost in everything. From searching for keywords (also your competitors) to improving your site and upgrading quality score. If you don’t feel confident in these areas, the programs will help you and…
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Google Ads for Nonprofits: Keywords

In every earlier Google Ads Tutorial, we have talked about “Keywords” but we hadn’t explained what exactly it is. Keywords are words or phrases which you can use to match adverts with search words. High-level keywords help you get to the suitable customers at the right time.  As we talk about you can’t use single-word…
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