September 1, 2016

3 Tips To Get the Most Out Of Conferences

by Caroline Avakian

Photo courtesy of Mashable Social Good Summit Post by Caroline Avakian Fall conference season is getting underway, so I wanted to share a few helpful tips to help manage and maximize your time spent at a conference(s). You’ll be glad you set these in motion when you get back from your next event. Start with the end in mind 1What are the top three … Continue reading

June 14, 2016

Is Giving Tuesday a Waste of Time?

by Guest

By Edgar Rodriguez Is Giving Tuesday a waste of time? Good question, right? First of all, the data says it’s been hugely successful in the past. Over 15,000 nonprofits participated last year, raising over $45 million. Yes, some nonprofits probably raised very little money. But Giving Tuesday is NOT just a 24-hour fundraising campaign. It’s a movement that your supporters are embracing, more and more … Continue reading

April 4, 2016

3 Core Twitter Strategies That Will Never Die

by John Haydon

Twitter followers will be more likely to retweet your content if they like, know, and trust you. But where do you start? How do you develop a strong network on Twitter? One way to think about building a stronger network on Twitter is to focus on three core Twitter strategies: Search-Building, Raft-Building, and Klout-Building   1. Search-Building Twitter Strategies An important part of … Continue reading

February 19, 2016

Honesty Oscars: Best Activist in a Leading Role

by Guest

By Danielle Daley My friends over at the Accountability Lab and the ONE campaign are hosting the Honesty Oscars. Every day in the week leading up to the Academy Awards, February 17th to 21st, ONE and Accountability Lab will unveil a category for the Honesty Oscars 2015, an award that honors not Hollywood films, but the creative work of activists … Continue reading

February 16, 2016

A Simple Facebook Checklist for Better Page Posts

by John Haydon

In a perfect world, all of your fans would see all of your posts in the news feed. But this is not a perfect world, and your Facebook posts are rarely seen by the people who’ve liked your Page. Yes, it might seem unfair, but when you get right down to it, Facebook users are the ones telling the news feed algorithm … Continue reading

Category: Facebook, Nonprofits, Social media, Socialbrite, Tools, Tutorials
January 4, 2016

5 Nonprofit Predictions for 2016

by Caroline Avakian

Predictions are a tricky thing. They’re mostly comprised of strong currents of the present, past habits and a big dose of educated guessing. When it comes to nonprofits, there’s also an element of hopefulness that’s thrown in, at least in my list of predictions for 2016. 2015 has seen much innovation in technology and communication. The United Nations Sustainable Development … Continue reading