Monitor and evaluate

http://www.google.co.uk/analytics

Google Analytics

4.5
Google Analytics is a powerful tool that enables you to see what is happening on your website or social media platforms. You can easily create reports to find out how many people are using your site what they are looking at and where they are coming from.
 
Vicky from UK online centres uses Google Analytics to get a view of how the organisation's websites are being used, and where improvements can be made. Here she tells us why it's so useful.
http://www.google.com/alerts

Google alerts

3.666665
Google Alerts enables you to create email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your own queries.
 
Vicky from UK online centres recommends using Google Alerts to find out what others are saying about your organisation online, and to find out about what's happening that's relevant to you.
http://infogr.am/

Infogram

4.5

Lets you create simple infographics free of charge. No design skills needed!

http://hootsuite.com

Hootsuite

4.5
Hootsuite is a great tool for organising and managing your multiple social media accounts.
 

Chris is Marketing and Communications Officer at UK online centres and uses Hootsuite to manage multiple social media accounts easily.

http://wufoo.com

WuFoo

3.666665
Helping you to listen to others, Wufoo will help you create online surveys. When you design a form with Wufoo, it automatically builds you a database, and collects your data in a way that makes it easy to understand and analyse. You can build tables, graphs and charts, surveys and securely share the results.
 

Sue Oxley and her team are based at a busy community centre in Doncaster. She’s always on the lookout for online tools that will save her time, and WuFoo does just that.

http://commonplace.is

Commonplace

2.5

Commonplace is a digital tool that collects the opinions of people who live, work, and frequent a neighbourhood as an evidence base to improve the local area.