It's been one month short of one year since smckc donated over 40 computers to Connecting for Good for Kansas City residents in need. In this time, CFG has donated over 200 computers to low income Kansas City residents, moved to a new space closer to the communities they serve at 3101 Troost and they are now offering digital literacy classes four days per week with a waiting list over 100 deep. The classes teach basic skills including how to set up an e-mail account, browse and search the internet, e-commerce basics and how to access online services such as educational, social service and employment websites. For those who qualify as low income and complete the class, CFG provides a laptop or desktop for just $50.00.
If you are interested, send me an email - firstname.lastname@example.org!
As our beloved Social Media Club turns 5 this month, it just so happens that email marketing’s CANSPAM law turns 10! (And so does emfluence, actually.) Email has really grown up since 2003. Heck, it’s practically a “mature” medium these days! Here are 5 ways email marketing has changed in the last 5 years – are you up with the times?
SMCKC's birthday week has officially arrived! And if you're hesitant to pencil us in on Thursday night, well, you might just want to think twice about that. If you're channeling your inner Grumpy Cat and need some extra convincing, here are the top 5 reasons not to miss SMCKC's 5th Birthday Bash at Boulevard!
We are happy to announce that the fund raising campaign to build the free Wi-Fi network at the Juniper Gardens low income housing project has ended successfully!
Thanks to all who gave through our crowdfunding efforts on Neighbor.ly. In addition to these funds, Ubiquiti Networks donated 40 high gain antennas that we needed to complete the nearly $40,000 project.