The June #M4NP Twitter Chat
After Mobilegeddon: The Mobile Responsive Nonprofit Website
by Jenna Spagnolo and Ritu Sharma
Mobile responsive websites adjust to the screen of the device the site is opened on. If a site is not mobile responsive, more than a quarter of users will navigate away immediately, according to ExactTarget. That’s too much of your audience to immediately lose. Not only that, but Google now prioritizes mobile-friendly websites for users searching on mobile devices in a move that has been dubbed “Mobilegeddon.”
Join us at #M4NP to talk about Mobile-Ready Websites on Monday, June 22nd from 1 – 2pm EST.
#M4NP is a Twitter chat hosted every fourth Monday by Social Media for Nonprofits to improve mobile literacy in the nonprofit sphere. Join us every fourth Monday, including this upcoming June 22nd at 1pm EST on Twitter. Stay connected by following @M4Nonprofits and @SM4Nonprofits.
To see what #M4NP is like and learn more about mobile for nonprofits, check out the Storify of our conversation last month about mobile messaging for nonprofits.[Tweet “After #Mobilegeddon, let’s talk mobile-responsive websites. Join #M4NP on 6/22 1pm EST.”]
This Month’s Questions:
Q1: What do you think about Mobilegeddon?
Q2: Do you measure how much of your website traffic comes from mobile?
Q3: What are your burning questions about making websites mobile friendly?
Q4: How do mobile optimized websites affect nonprofits’ success at fundraising?
Q5: What are your top tips for making the switch to a mobile responsive website?
How to Join this Chat
Help promote the chat-. Participate in the conversation on Monday, June 22nd at 1pm EST with hashtag #M4NP. Watch the conversation and stay engaged with your favorite Twitter client (we recommend tchat.io).[Tweet “Stay Calm and Mobile Friendly! Learn about websites for nonprofits on June 22 1pm EST at #M4NP.”]
Is Your Nonprofit Mobile Optimized? by Ritu Sharma of Social Media for Nonprofits
Nonprofits: Keep Calm and Mobile-Friendly by Beth Kanter
Search optimization for local news: Google adds pressure to get mobile friendly by Amy Gahran of Knight Digital Media Center
What Google’s New Algorithm Really Means for Your Nonprofit by Madeline Turner of Blackbaud