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Stephanie Schwab shares five social media trends that social media and digital marketers should give some brain space to in 2013.
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Predictions from the Chronicle of Philanthropy
Learn what your audience really wants from your mobile website.
With smartphones now outselling PCs and tablet sales surpassing even the most conservative of estimates, the majority of your nonprofit’s supporters will likely be browsing your website on mobile devices by 2013.
QR codes have gone mainstream. With so many ways to use them, it's time for your nonoprofit to consider incorporating QR codes into your next campaign.
"With just about everyone carrying a smartphone, the risk of rogue employees creating a reputation crisis is quite high. As technology evolves, it will only get worse."
Another scenario to address when updating crisis communication plans.
In 2009, we hit the same point we hit with websites 10 years before -- Facebook brand pages were no longer optional for brands that wanted to reach their customers and remain competitive.
It’s three years later and we’ve hit another “no longer optional” point with technology. This time, with mobile optimization.
In 2013, go mobile or go home.
Soaring tablet use and an online commons increasingly battling information overload has fundamentally changed web design as we know it.
The rise of the smartphone has changed the way we consume information.