There’s an app for that | Weekly Roundup
- Does your nonprofit need an app? Probably not…but as always, it depends on your issue and your audience. Becca Stahl on AdLibbing offers a few examples of nonprofits making good use of smartphone apps to promote their causes and engage supporters.
- New on Facebook: you can now tag Pages in photos, just the same way you tag people. It’s only available to certain types of pages for now, but in the meantime, read all about the interesting implications of the new feature on FastCompany.
- Thinking of spring cleaning your website? Start with this list of 29 tips for making your landing pages more effective and inviting from John Haydon.
- “We’re intrigued by Twitter, but I don’t really know what we’d tweet about.”
Sound familiar? If your organization is wondering how Twitter might work for you, check out a few organizations that are tweeting up a storm of valuable content and conversation on Nonprofit Tech 2.0.
- QR Codes? So last week. NFC (near-field communication) is coming soon to a location near you–learn more about what it is and what it might mean for marketing on Engage 365.
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