Today we’re excited to announce the launch of Wish Lists in the Capellic Gift Catalog platform. For those of you who aren’t familiar, wish lists are collections of products created by your users that friends and family can buy on their behalf. Why Wish Lists are an Important Part of Catalog Fundraising 1. Wish lists… Read More
Why do nonprofit gift catalogs have to look like eCommerce catalogs everywhere else on the web, whether it’s Amazon or Etsy? That was the surprising question we asked ourselves back in January. The answer seems like it should be “because it’s a catalog”, but we believe that the answer is that it depends. Depends? Yes.… Read More
What do you get when you merge peer-to-peer fundraising and gift catalogs together? A dynamic new way to fundraise through a group of donors contributing towards a meaningful gift! What makes it such a powerful way to fundraise? Here are three ways: IT CAN EXTEND YOUR NETWORK Symbolic gift catalogs have been a great fundraising… Read More
A mobile first site redesign resulted 35% decrease in bounce rate for mobile users and 38% drop for desktop users.
A simple flight search shows just how sophisticated search is getting.
The importance of mobile browsing can’t be understated. Here’s a brief guide to preparing your site for the transition.
It’s an amazing statistic – 67% of cell phone owners check their phone for messages, alerts, and calls even if its not ringing or vibrating. Think that’s a lot? How about the study last year that found that the average smartphone user checks his/her phone 34 times a day in checks that typically lasted 30… Read More
Thank you to all who joined our webinar yesterday. I hope you found it useful. If you are interested in reliving the experience or maybe experience the webinar glory for the first time, you can watch and listen to it here. Unfortunately I didn’t start recording until after the section on statistics, so if you… Read More
Here’s a fun fact for you – did you know that 45% of Americans own a smart phone? That’s up a whopping 10% from May 2011. The mobile world has come a long way in a very short time. I still remember that one annoying guy in college with the cell phone that loooved talking… Read More