The “How To” Top 10

The excellent KnowHowNonProfit website has a section for user-created guides in all kinds af areas that affect volunteering. This is growing very quickly and is already a valuable resource for volunteer managers. Their most visited guides last week are listed in this update from their latest e-bulletin.

The how-to top ten

Since its launch a month ago, the how-to area of KnowHow has had over 7000 visits from authors and learners alike. There are already 35 how-to’s covering a wide range of topics, more are added each day. Here is our top ten countdown of the most popular guides so far.

(Remember, every guide can be amended or updated by the reader – so don’t be afraid to make changes if you see something that could be improved.)

10. How to innovate
Created by LucyG and edited by voinonen and KathWP

9. How to set up a cash flow forecast in a spreadsheet
Created by gallygaskins

8. How to simplify accountancy and book-keeping headaches using online tools
Created by Rob from Wave Accounting

7. How to write an e-newsletter
Created by lchaput111 and edited by marcomms

6. How to write speeches for the voluntary sector
Created by SushAmar

5. How to adapt your HR strategy in tough economic times
Created by PivotalHR

4. How to write accessible web content
Created by WEditor

3. How to set up a Facebook presence for your organisation
Created by CrisTiberian

2. How to run a Twitter chat
Created by LASA_IST and edited by CrisTiberian and watfordgap

and at number 1 – in the lead by a whisker….

1. How to create a blog for your charity
Created by amysampleward and edited by MarkBarratt and watfordgap 

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