December 12, 2016
Virtual reality is bringing an entirely new meaning to the phrase "show, don't tell."
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Brochures, web copy, blog articles, Tweets, Facebook posts – the many forms of communication that communication professionals must master is wide. And, if they were people, they’d all be Sally from “When Harry Met Sally” – i.e. high maintenance, wanting their ice cream on the side and pie warmed but no whip cream, unless you can’t get the pie warm, then…
This November, use social media for good and make progress toward your fundraising goals by getting #GivingTuesday trending.
Do you know who your biggest supporters are? Do you even have enough data about them to segment your lists, deliver targeted messages, and get better results from your email campaigns?
Twitter has become one of the most essential social networks for today’s nonprofits. One of the biggest fundraising days of the year, #GivingTuesday, is a product of Twitter’s influence on the nonprofit world. Last year, organizations raised an estimated total of $45.68 million through their Twitter #GivingTuesday campaigns.
Did you know? 18% of all digital donations now come from peer-to-peer giving campaigns. Social media, mobile devices, and other peer-to-peer fundraising software have made it easier than ever for individuals to ask their peers for donations on behalf of a nonprofit organization that they support.
While email marketing isn't a new trend, it certainly should be a staple of your constituent communication. Why? It's fast, easy, inexpensive.
So, it’s go-time on end-of-year fundraising planning. You and your colleagues have huddled. You’ve strategized. You figured out what you're going to highlight from this year. Your game plan is ready. And now, you sit down at your keyboard, look at your screen and oh. crap. what. do. I. say?
According to Mashable, yesterday was Social Media Day (#SMDay) - a day to honor the digital revolution happening around the globe. Didn’t get the memo? We forgive you. But since we treat everyday like Social Media Day around here, we figured why not use the date to help launch our #SMDay mini-series of blogs this week dedicated to all things social.
From parts one, two, and three of our new series How to Build a Website for your Charitable Foundation, we have compiled a list of tips to help you craft a website that will leave a lasting impression on your supporters.
In this article, we'll cover seven tips to help your create stunning nonprofit website:
Let's dive right into the first step: make your mission apparent.
For fans of the show The West Wing, the phrase “What’s next?” evokes certain nostalgia. President Bartlett, the show’s hero and the political crush of many future politicians, would transition from one trial or triumph to the next by simply asking his team, “What’s next?”
Two years ago, the nonprofit I work for was doing quite well with our marketing. Our communications calendar was pretty darn straightforward.