Communications

Marketing Your Nonprofit Event Using Facebook

Facebook is an obvious choice to market your event, with its 1.7 billion users. But with 38 million other Facebook events to compete with, how do you make yours stand out? Here are a few suggestions: Make it look good The best thing you can do to help your event take off on Facebook is to make… Continue reading Marketing Your Nonprofit Event Using Facebook

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Nonprofits

5 Ways to Keep your Nonprofit E-mails out of Spam Folders

Everyone hates spam e-mails. We’ve all gotten more cash offers in our inbox that we care to remember and who knows how many Nigerian princes have waited patiently for responses to their carefully-worded e-mails. So when our e-mail servers began filtering out spam messages through junk folders, we all collectively breathed a sigh of relief.… Continue reading 5 Ways to Keep your Nonprofit E-mails out of Spam Folders

Communications, Nonprofits, Uncategorized

4 New Year’s Resolutions for Better Nonprofit E-mails

We all know that early January is the time to make New Year’s resolutions that we (hopefully) keep. Changing behavior is always hard, but this time of year makes us feel like it’s a little easier, a little closer at hand. This blog will outline some New Year’s resolutions to get more of your e-mails… Continue reading 4 New Year’s Resolutions for Better Nonprofit E-mails

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5 Inspiring Ideas for Thanking Your Donors

Thanksgiving is just days away and I'm thinking about one thing: gratitude Note: This post is about gratitude in fundraising, but I'm also thinking about how we show that as reverence to the Native Americans whose land was stolen. Before you read this post, check out this map to find out which tribes' land you… Continue reading 5 Inspiring Ideas for Thanking Your Donors

Communications, Uncategorized

SEO Basics for Nonprofits: Part 1

Every organization wants to improve their website’s SEO (search engine optimization). We work hard to create engaging content, and improving the SEO for your nonprofit website is the best way to get more views, more comments, and more engagement. However, it can be hard to know what’s worthwhile to do, and what’s not going to… Continue reading SEO Basics for Nonprofits: Part 1

Communications

3 Things Every Nonprofit Should Know About Internet Privacy

Privacy concerns are all over the news lately, with breaches in Equifax, Cambridge Analytica misusing data, and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg being questioned by Congress. But how does all this privacy talk affect nonprofits? Many nonprofits store valuable user information, including e-mails, credit card info, addresses, and even more nuanced data such as birthdays, interests, and… Continue reading 3 Things Every Nonprofit Should Know About Internet Privacy