A quick recap follows:
JANUARY 3, 2012
1. Create a “Thank You” video(s) for your 2012 fundraising campaigns … to stand out from all the noise.
2. Learn basic HTML … to add social networking icons, a Donate Now button, or an e-newsletter subscribe link to your blog, default landing page on Facebook, or to Flickr … href=”http://www.diosacommunications.com/htmltipsheet.htm
3. Diversify your news sources.
4. View your nonprofit’s website on a tablet and smartphone browser ASAP!
5. Subscribe to receive text alerts from the early adopters in the nonprofit sector… in the United States … to receive text alerts from Nonprofit Tech 2.0, … text NONPROFITORGS to 27138.
6. Send handwritten notes to donors and supporters…. Buy some nice stationary (preferably on recycled paper) and send handwritten thank you notes to donors, volunteers, and even your most committed online activists.
7. Pay attention to Internet TV trend and consider launching your own TV station.
8. Wrap your head around the Cloud… a server/service where you can store your hard drive/database/documents/apps/software making it accessible any where at any time thus giving it mobility.
9. Closely monitor the possibility of mobile wallets being used for fundraising.
10. Make new friends (Google+) and keep the old (Myspace)… We might just discover that sometimes social networking communities simply go dormant and can brought back to life. I got my start on Myspace, so personally I would love to see the community revitalized.
11. Donate at least $10 monthly to your favorite (but different) nonprofits … and study the donation process.