AMT Lab is researching emerging digital fundraising tools so that arts organizations can, hopefully, take a bigger part of the 14% increase in online giving. With $380 billion dollars of giving in the USA in 2017 and more people than ever giving online, the future of fundraising is changing before us. And don't be fooled -- the majority of the online donors were older than 49 years old. To understand how the arts can maximize current and emerging fundraising opportunities, a benchmark of what is happening in the field today is underway.
Open data is an underutilized opportunity for many non-profit organizations. But how do you access it and how can it help? Contributor Gillian walks through the ins and outs of this helpful source.
The powerful technology behind Bitcoin poses new possibilities in an organization's ability to make transactions and collect data. How can arts organizations capitalize on these advancements?
We're sharing the results specific to social media from a national benchmarking survey administered to over 30 arts organizations across the country
This week, we're taking a look at the NEA's impact on Pennsylvania arts organizations through 8 INTERACTIVE charts.
The Nonprofit Technology Conference (#NTC17) met in March in Washington, DC, the headquarters of all nonprofits. The conference was vast with inspiring keynotes and information-filled panels. The following is only a sampling of what was available and reveals my passions and interests: Data, Diversity and Communication.
The framework of the cities we live and work in is changing. What will this mean for the arts?
Emma Liu gives readers an update on her location-based social media marketing research.
AMT Lab contributor Wei Wei gives readers a detailed look into her digital analytics research.
AMT Lab contributor Justin Gilmore shares his first hand experience with online silent auction system at Society for Contemporary Craft and gives advice for arts managers who are interested in evaluating the effectiveness of a system.