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Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category

QR Codes, Electronic Devices,Nonprofits, and Concert Etiquette

QR Codes (Quick Response) is a bar code that can be scanned by your mobile phone (with a free app) and are currently being used with print media (or t-shirt media) to point people to more information online.   The information embedded can be a URL, a link to a download, text, phone number, or SMS.… Read More

A Better Way to Produce Nonprofit Annual Reports


Note from Beth: I facilitated a panel about Mobile Integrated strategy at the Innogive Conference earlier this month and have shared the notes here.   The panelists offered advice to nonprofits about integrating mobile into the nonprofit toolbox.  My main takeaway was that nonprofits need to think differently about content. 

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Innogive Conference: Panel Integrated Mobile/Social Strategy for Nonprofits

Text Poll App from MobileCause

I’m at the  Innogive 2011 Conference today.   The focus is on Mobile Giving.   The format is a mix of Ted style presentations and interactive panel discussions.  I just finished moderating a panel on the topic of social and mobile integration. … Read More

Innogive Conference: Get the Scoop on Mobile Giving

Trying to figure out mobile giving for your nonprofit?  Headed to Washington, DC for the Nonprofit Technology Conference?   If your answer is yes, then you need to register for the Innogive Conference. This event brings together nonprofit and industry experts in mobile technology, fundraising, and social media to share trends, tips, and strategies to incorporate mobile fundraising.… Read More

Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Integrated Mobile Strategy

Note from Beth: I’ve been looking for good examples of nonprofit mobile strategies.  I had to look no further than the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program.   With  75% of the world’s fisheries are fished to capacity, or overfished, the fish we order in restaurants or pick up at the grocery store for dinner, has the power to make this situation worse, or improve it.    

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