We all know social media is the preferred means of connecting among millennials. We also understand it provides our nonprofit with an invaluable communication tool that lets you connect with potential donors, volunteers, and constituents around the world. Below are 4 statistics on how millennials use the online social networking service straight from Twitter themselves.
Andi Mann, chief technology advocate at Splunk, sees major changes afoot in how IT and business are aligning. Here, he shares his experiences working with CIOs and other IT leaders as they look to derive real business outcomes from the technology they use every day.
Bill Gates famously
wrote in 1996 that content will be king on the Internet one day.
Despite his prophecy, Microsoft today still does not have a juggernaut content department, and is still focused on creating software. Whether his vision for what Internet content would be in 1996 was, we may never know. What we do know, is that marketers around the world, in the for profit and nonprofit world alike, are turning to storytelling, content marketing, and social media to engage and connect with target audiences.
Science-fiction author William Gibson once said, "The future is already here — it's just not very evenly distributed."
The technologies of tomorrow are already being tested in select classrooms today, laying the seeds for the future of how students could learn. With 2016 fast approaching, technology analysts have been busy prognosticating the top technology trends. A few of these technologies have already made headway into education, and others are poised for mass distribution, with the promise of ground-shaking change in their wake.
You’ve been told over and over the more information you have on your donors, the better.
Well, according to a recent study conducted by Blackbaud and nfpSynergy of 338 nonprofit organizations in the United Kingdom, many nonprofits are “drowning in data” and are unable to fully utilize all the data they’ve collected with their CRM.