You can do good on the home page of boston.com (ongoing):
- Go to boston.com.
- Scroll down on the right rail.
- See 'DO SOMETHING GOOD' - that links to the Boston.com Do Good Channel.
- And they've provided direct links to three engagement areas: Education Health Environment
You can do good in the Lifestyle section of boston.com (ongoing):
- Go to the Lifestyle section.
- Notice at the top underneath the blue navigation bar (HOME TODAY'S GLOBE NEWS) the secondary navigation (Fashion Food House & Home) on the right you'll find Do Good - Boston.com Do Good Channel.
- On the right rail mid-way down DO SOME GOOD - Boston.com Do Good Channel.
Doing good appears next to a featured article on the home page of The Boston Globe (Tuesday, June 10):
- Go here.
- Scroll mid-way down to the article 'For hospices, an infusion of youth'
- Notice underneath the article: 'HOW TO HELP? Volunteering opportunities in Boston' - that links to the Boston.com Do Good Channel.
And you can find doing good at an article on boston.com (Tuesday, June 10):
- For hospices, an infusion of youth
- Notice underneath the first line in the article: 'HOW TO HELP? Volunteering opportunities in Boston' - that links to the Boston.com Do Good Channel.
- Incidentally, how powerful is that? Read an article. Do something about what's covered in the article. Much more of that coming.
Integration within the photo galleries (ongoing):
- Go here.
- A note - the photo galleries are largely filled with photos of nonprofit events and get tens of millions of monthly page views.
- Notice on the left rail towards the top - they've integrated the 'DO SOMETHING GOOD' widget.
- Users can select a cause category and/or a way to participate and/or a search term to find the right cause engagement for them.
Boston.com gets over 4M monthly unique visitors. Over 150M monthly page views. If you're a nonprofit in Boston or, for that matter, in New England you can't afford not to be in good2gether. Sign up here today!