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Is Your Nonprofit Too Old To Barf Rainbows on Snapchat?

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SnapChat has been around for a few years, but I have not focused on it because as a babyboomer I’m not the target demographic.   Snapchat is a mobile app that lets users exchange text messages, photos and videos that disappear in 24 hours.  … Read More

Nonprofits: Keep Calm and Mobile Friendly

Click to Test Your Web Site Now

Is your web site mobile friendly?  Starting April 21, dubbed “Mobilegeddon”, Google changed the search results and will show mobile friendly sites in search results (while using your mobile phone).    You can test your web site here and find out if you passed the test and if you flunked it, there is some advice on what and how to fix it.  … Read More

Top 6 Tips for Taking Your Cause Mobile

Note from Beth: My colleague, Darian Rodriguez Heyman has launched a new company, BetterWorld Wireless.  You not only get a great mobile wireless plan, but through their nonprofit giving partners, a person in need will receive a mobile device loaded with content to help break the cycle of poverty and empower their life.  

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Notes About Mobile, Digital Trends, and Social Media Leadership from Knight Digital Media Center Workshop


Last week I was in Chicago to facilitate a session as part of Knight Digital Media Center’s Digital Strategy for Community Foundations and Nonprofits workshop.  The workshop topics included trends in digital media consumption, social media, engagement on mobile devices and a variety of community foundation projects funded by the Knight Community Information Challenge.  … Read More

How and When Should Your Nonprofit Organization Invest in Mobile

Note from Beth: In preparation for my book launch,   I hired Rad Campaign to do a redesign of my blog.    Aside from changing the color scheme to match the new book cover,  I was ready to invest in “going mobile.”    After watching the percentage of mobile and tablet readers grow from 5% in 2010 to 17% in 2012 and receiving more than a few emails from loyal readers telling me that my blog was practically unreadable on their mobile device, I was ready to take the plunge into a mobile strategy.    

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