Monthly Archive: October 2012

Google Wallet Ushers in a New Era in Online and Mobile Fundraising for Nonprofits

On August 1, Google quietly launched Google Wallet for the Web – and the technology has the possibility of transforming online and mobile fundraising as we’ know it. Described simply, donors can sign up for a Google Wallet account, enter and save their credit card information, and then donate to

Three Recent Facebook Upgrades That Nonprofits Need to Know About

One of the most important lessons that all good social media managers learn is that social media is constantly in flux. Once you get accustomed to a tool, it changes in an attempt to reinvent itself. Rather than lamenting this new reality, a skilled social media manager will

Three Nonprofits Pioneering Responsive Web Design

Responsive web design (often abbreviated to RWD) is defined as an approach to web design in which a designer intends to provide an optimal viewing experience — easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling — across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer

ATTN Nonprofits: LinkedIn Rolls Out New Design for Company Pages

For those nonprofits that have claimed their LinkedIn Company Page, today the site rolled out a new design that you’ll want to upgrade to much sooner than later. Slowly but surely company pages have been improving since their launch in November 2010, and with this new design

11 Nonprofits Utilizing the New Twitter Profile Design

The vast majority of nonprofits have yet to utilize the new Twitter profile design that was launched on September 18.  The good news is that upgrading to the new design is extremely easy – it can be done in just a few clicks by following these four simple

HOW TO: Upgrade Your Nonprofit’s Twitter Profile to the New Design

Now that nonprofits are officially in the throes of peak fundraising season, upgrading to the new Twitter profile design launched on September 18 is likely low on the priority lists of many nonprofit communications and fundraising staff. It’s their busiest time of year and they may not even know