January 12, 2015

Nonprofit Communications Trends Report for 2015

by John Haydon

As a consultant and trainer in the nonprofit community, I’ve been waiting with bated breath for the Nonprofit Communications Trends Report. And it’s here! Kivi published the first Nonprofit Communications Trends Report back in 2011, surveying 780 nonprofits. For the most recent report, Kivi surveyed 1,535 nonprofits – mostly in the US. Highlights from the 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report are … Continue reading

December 19, 2013

DIY and locally made: Makers sparking economic change

by Guest

The Maker Movement, started in the past decade, encourages people to create, build, design, tinker, modify, hack, invent, or basically to make something. Combined with larger economic trends, this has resulted in new entrepreneurs, businesses, and products. Continue reading

July 16, 2013

Adding mobile to your video & content mix

by Guest

Looking at integrating mobile into your video and content strategy? Check out our list of five things to keep in mind courtesy of See3 CEO Michael Hoffman. Continue reading

July 2, 2013

Top project management tools for your nonprofit

by Guest

A number of specialized software options exist to help you manage documents, comments, emails, tasks and calendars all in one place. Explore the highlighted tools and find the right fit for your nonprofit. Continue reading

June 5, 2013

Advocacy videos: Digital storytelling on a budget

by Lauren Major

Looking to produce your organization’s videos in house? Check out our top recommendations for budget-friendly tools with professional outcomes. Continue reading

May 22, 2013

What nonprofits can learn from public radio about storytelling

by Guest

Photo courtesy of CubaGallery via Creative Commons Should your organization incorporate audio into your digital communications toolkit? Guest post by Will Coley Producer-Founder, Aquifer Media If nonprofits want to learn how to create content that both engages audiences and creates devoted supporters, we need look no further than the gold standard offered each day by public radio. Think about it: Radio … Continue reading