What’s New in ePhilanthropy

Ready or not, the new Facebook timeline will be rolled out on March 30.  Find out what’s new from John Haydon, Beth Kanter, Heather Mansfield, Mari Smith and attend this upcoming free webinar from CharityHowto. My reminder – most fans interact with your Facebook content through the news feed.  Make sure you include posts to direct them to your new Timeline page.

Don’t have a mobile friendly website yet?  Here’s why you should (and more) and here’s a resource to help you get started.  Here’s a free webinar Feb. 22 on 6 Best Practices to Follow While Developing Your Mobile Strategy.  I’ll also be speaking on this topic Feb. 23 at the Foundation Center in NYC.

Have you jumped on the Pinterest bandwagon yet?  Here’s what nonprofits should know – and be careful about possible copyright issues.  If you do jump in, read some ways to make your nonprofit pinteresting?

It’s back to the basics with 4 Ways to Get More Clicks on Your Online Donation Button (e.g. make sure site visitors can find it), Tips on How to Write Headlines (for web pages, email content etc.) and How You Can Drastically Improve Your Call to Action.

Do you manage website(s) for a nonprofit in NYC?  Join the Not- for-Profit Webmaster Round Table – it’s always a lively discussion and you’ll get great ideas to bring back to your organization.  Our next quarterly meeting will be in June.

Author: Norman Reiss

ePhilanthropy for Nonprofit Organizations