Wishing everyone a happy holiday! We’re off to visit the snow for a few days! I have a series of wonderful guest posts planned for new week, but may be popping in with a few of my own! … Read More
During 2010, I been able to read, blurb, write reviews, do blog giveaways, or author guest posts and interviews for a lot of terrific books that would be useful to nonprofit professionals in the social media, marketing, and ICT areas. Many authors generously sent me review copies . … Read More
Yesterday I had the pleasure of participating in the final #zoogood Twitter chat of 2010. The topic we explored was mobile fundraising, ranging from best practices, integration and why applications on phones haven’t taken off. I’m in learning mode, so this post is a quick summary of insights, questions, and resources. … Read More
Update: Apple made an official statement about why the pulled the app and appears to put the donation policy out of the picture. So far, no official word from Apple on the iPhone app donation issue.
Today, the Guardian Technology blog speculated that the reason why the Wikileaks iPhone app was pulled from the iTunes store was because the $1.95 fee for the app was a donation to the organization.… Read More
You might have read this article in the New York Times this month about how Apple makes it really difficult for nonprofits to collect donations from within iPhone apps and the ensuring kerfulffle from many in the nonprofit and CSR sector, including the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Nonprofit Quarterly, Cause Marketing Forum, and Foundation Center. … Read More