The other day, I saw this tweet pop-up on my timeline:
Ah, the age-old debate: should we feature a pop-up ask on our nonprofit website or not?
I have a problem with this question though. I don’t think it’s the right question to ask.
It’s not whether or not you should have a pop-up ask; it’s what should you be asking for?
Last week was a busy one in the tech world, with Apple, Facebook, and Twitter all rolling out new products and features. Reactions from the public have ranged from cynicism to enthusiasm.
But what, if any, effect do these new products and features have for the nonprofit world?
Let’s start with Twitter.
While it’s tempting to write off any “latest and greatest” app as a fad, Meerkat and Periscope actually present intriguing opportunities for nonprofits.
On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commision voted 3-2 to approve the much contested “net neutrality” policy.
Much of the coverage surrounding the debate has focused on internet providers and tech companies, as these were the players in the game that stood to lose (or gain) the most.
But what about the ruling’s effect on nonprofits?