Rob Wu is co-founder of Causevox, an online social-media and donor-acquisition platform, and he and his team have been working hard over the last number of months moving the online system to 2.0. We had the pleasure of talking with Rob a year or so ago, when Causevox first went live. The focus then was to create a ‘turn key’ website/social-media hub for nonprofits, which allowed them to customize the look and feel of the site to fit their ‘brand’ while also enjoying some advanced features like bulk emailing and email subscription captures.
Thehas been phenomenal, as charities working from Africa and to the southwestern US have gotten connected with Causevox and have raised many tens of thousands of dollars over the last year. But the New-York based staff has not been sitting on its laurels. Let’s hear what Rob has to say in this first interview.
Version two contains more tools for donor and cash-flow management, and those tools came from the ongoing collaboration that the team strives to build with the organizations that use the platform. But Causevox also offers guidance and support for those nonprofits who seeks them. In particular, Causevox has put a good deal of effort in. The Causevox platform could be the ideal means to get that story out and to bring donors and volunteers back into your organization. Be sure to join us for the second part of our interview next week − and check out Causevox in the mean time.