With the aim of increasing choices, and providing an improved visitor experience, eJewish Philanthropy today launched an iPad specific-version of their website. Built on the same framework as eJP's popular touch mobile version, this is not an app, but rather a fast-loading, … [Read more...] about eJP Launches iPad Optimized Version
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What if the Diaspora demanded something in return for the financial aid they deliver each and every year to Israeli society? Perhaps, just perhaps, it’s time for the Diaspora to insist on a quid pro quo. There are many issues here in Israel that have a direct influence on J … [Read more...] about Has the Time Come for a Quid Pro Quo?
A small sampling from what's appearing in the Israeli media today: from The Jerusalem Post: Ultra-Orthodox protest ‘incitement' and 'hatred’ Approximately 1,500 ultra-Orthodox men gathered at Shabbat Square in the capital’s Geula neighborhood on Saturday night to prote … [Read more...] about Is Israel Headed Towards Religious Civil War?
In today's world, no nonprofit organization would think twice about collecting, and hopefully analyzing, information about their donors. So too, with website traffic. For how else can one effectively judge site visitors' demographics and interests? Based on site and RSS feed … [Read more...] about The Week That Was: December 25-31