According to the latest studies, 87% of mobile Web users leave a website instantly if it is not mobile-friendly. Having a design that accommodates mobile users with larger buttons, the ability to call your organization instantly with one “tap” and a site that is optimized for mobile viewing means greater engagement with your constituents. The infographic on this post highlights 10 reasons why your nonprofit should have a mobile website.
Did you know that by 2013 more people will use their mobile phones and tablet computers (like the iPad) to get online? Not only that, but users expect their mobile experience to be as good as their desktop experience. Learn how your nonprofit can provide a better user experience by integrating responsive design into its already existing website.
Charity is a obviously a good thing, and when iOS apps let you give to worthy causes by playing games or checking in, it’s a no-brain…right? You choose what causes matter to you, and the app acts as the go-between. Sometimes you simply buy the app, and some of the profits go to the cause. Learn how Earthjustice and The Beautiful Day Foundation are using mobile technology to engage with their supporters.
The mobile platform for social good is here to stay. Eberhard says “you can put a bucket outside a grocery store and hope to collect some spare change, but what if you put that bucket in front of everybody in the United States?” There is a huge untapped resource in America’s 290 million mobile phones. What does that mean for your next fund raising campaign?