The robots are coming… | Weekly Roundup
- Working on your annual report? Think outside the 40-page glossy booklet. Kimberlee Roth on Getting Attention blog offers some examples of how nonprofits can replace or supplement annual reports with inexpensive online tools.
- On NTEN’s blog, Jed Alpert of Mobile Commons writes about the importance of knowing your audience–and conducting careful tests–when you’re sending text messages in multiple languages.
- If a potential supporter stumbles across your website in search results, will they be able to find what they’re looking for? Here are a few ideas from Will Begeny on Blue State Digital’s blog for making the most of your organic search traffic.
- Email doesn’t have to be feast or famine. Check out these tips from Naomi Hamilton on NetWits Think Tank to make sure you’re sending the right volume of messages to your supporters.
- Looking for the next big thing in nonprofit tech? My money is on these robot fundraisers profiled in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Cute, tireless, and very polite.
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