We continually like to update our subscribers and clients with interesting new products andapps that grab our attention. One such product that may be useful to nonprofits is Vidyard, a relative newcomer in the end-to-end video hosting space. (See below for a discount for Sociabrite readers.)
Archives for June 2012
A look at Repinly, PinMe, Pinpuff, PinReach & Pinerly Target audience: Nonprofits, cause organizations, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, businesses, educators, Pinterest users. Guest post by Beth Kanter bethkanter.org Back in January, I wrote a post about Pinterest as a curation tool to organize and share visual content I’ve collected in a visually pleasing visual way. As the platform has evolved […]
In mid-June, Razoo conducted the Twive and Receive national fundraising campaign in which 162 nonprofits competed to win a share of $30,000 in prize money. The Ellie Fund, based in Boston, won first prize for raising more than $53,000 in 24 hours!
Most nonprofits don’t really have a plan on Facebook. They create a Facebook Page and then wonder what to do next.
Before June The Ellie Fund’s Facebook Page looked nice, but lacked any real growth or engagement. In June, however, Facebook was a primary channels that helped the Ellie fund win Twive and Receive, and in the process their Page got a bump in both fans and engagement.
Facebook now boasts over 901 million active members, making it equivalent to the world’s third largest country. But how exactly can nonprofits use it and other platforms to raise money, grow their base of supporters, change policy, and recruit volunteers and board members?