March 15, 2018

This One Simple Habit Will Make You More Productive

by John Haydon

  You have big goals you’d like to achieve. But many of these goals have been on your list for the past few years. If you’re so smart, why can’t you accomplish your goals? You’re smart, passionate and hard-working. But some days, you realize you did nothing towards your important goals. What does it really take to achieve your goals? … Continue reading

Category: Best practices, Uncategorized
March 17, 2017

How to Handle Haters on Social Media Without Getting Flustered

by John Haydon

Haters Back Off is one of my favorite recent Netflix shows. YouTube star Maranda Sings essentially plays herself – a terribly flawed individual hell-bent on fame and fortune, no matter what cost, in the age of YouTube. Two thumbs up.   On her way to becoming famous, Miranda has to deal with haters – online, in her family, and in her … Continue reading

Category: Best practices, Nonprofits, Twitter
June 6, 2016

When Your Biggest Enemy is Being Perfect

by John Haydon

You spent five hours on that blog post to get it perfect, and you still haven’t published it. You can’t find that perfect image for Instagram, so you don’t post anything. And forget about video – you’ll never get that perfect so don’t even try. Done is better than Perfect Perfect slows everything down. Perfect can never be agreed upon. … Continue reading

Category: Best practices
May 16, 2016

Using Virtual Reality for Social Change Work

by Caroline Avakian

By Caroline Avakian Virtual reality is a newer medium that has the potential to revolutionize the way many global development and human rights organizations communicate their work. It also presents an opportunity to virtually bring supporters, donors, and all others curious about the work being done on the ground, right to the communities and people they would otherwise not have … Continue reading

July 27, 2015

(VIDEO) Leveraging Periscope App for Social Good

by Caroline Avakian

As a follow-up to my post on Periscope for Nonprofits: A Quick Guide & Review, I gave a video interview last week with Stephen Shattuck from Bloomerang. The interview covers how nonprofits can leverage Periscope – Twiiter’s new live streaming mobile app – to better reach and communicate with their supporters and donors. I’ve been getting so many questions, and there’s … Continue reading

July 13, 2015

WordPress Tags And Categories – The Ultimate Guide For Nonprofits

by John Haydon

What exactly are WordPress tags and categories? What purpose should they serve for the reader? Should they each just be one word? How do tags and categories relate to each other? And what does all this mean for SEO? What’s the Difference Between WordPress Tags And Categories? Categories are like the aisles in a grocery store and tags are like … Continue reading