January 16, 2014

5 mobile apps for humanitarian aid workers

by Caroline Avakian

The Global Emergency Overview app. Target audience: NGOs, nonprofits, cause organizations, foundations, social enterprises, aid workers, journalists. Last week, I wrote a post on 10 Nonprofit Productivity Apps to Try in 2014, and it prompted a great discussion with a colleague regarding which apps could actually help humanitarians working in the field. In recent years, we’ve seen many exciting and innovative … Continue reading

July 31, 2013

What does mobile mean for your organization?

by Guest

What does “going mobile” mean for your organization? While we’ve all come to terms with the fact that we live in a mobile world, what does it really mean for small nonprofits and membership organizations? We run down some answers. Continue reading

July 24, 2013

Is your nonprofit resonating with millennials?

by John Haydon

Here’s a summary of the 2013 Millennial Impact Report from the creative services agency Achieve, with 20 usability tests of nine nonprofits with an online presences. These tests include screen captures of millennials visiting websites, Facebook Pages, Twitter feeds, viewing email messages and more. Continue reading

July 16, 2013

Adding mobile to your video & content mix

by Guest

Looking at integrating mobile into your video and content strategy? Check out our list of five things to keep in mind courtesy of See3 CEO Michael Hoffman. Continue reading

July 11, 2013

How nonprofits should capitalize on the mobile revolution

by Guest

Mobile penetration in America is now over 100%. Find out how your nonprofit can leverage the power of mobile to reach donors and gather information. Continue reading

June 11, 2013

The impact of mobile on peer-to-peer fundraising

by Guest

When it comes to fundraising, mobile fundraisers raised more individual pledges from friends and family than non-mobile fundraisers. Find out why your organization should be using mobile to reach new and existing donors. Continue reading