A visualization from Bigthink.com. Target audience: Cause organizations, NGOs, nonprofits, foundations, social enterprises, political reformers, educators, journalists, general public. Over the past three years, as regular readers know, Socialbrite has put together dozens of guides and compilations of resources and tools for social change advocates. See the bottom of this article for a few, and […]
Image by Paha_L on BigStockPhoto.com 10 easy steps to help you on your collaboration journey Guest post by Susannah Vila Movements.org To achieve scale and grow impact for your cause, it sometimes make sense to collaborate with other social good organizations. Creating partnerships — and possibly building a coalition — is likely to increase the […]
Image on BigStockPhoto by David523 Or, why your organization needs a content marketing strategy Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, cause organizations, businesses, Web publishers, educators, journalists. You understand that there’s more to engagement than simple small talk. You also understand that when folks are truly engaged, they tell their friends about the good […]
According to a study by Blackbaud, NTEN and Common Knowledge, over 92 percent of nonprofit organizations have a presence on at least one social networking site, but most raise very little money through their social activity.
In fact, 87 percent have raised under $1,000 on Facebook since they began using the platform.
A big part of what holds nonprofit organizations back is the fact that they can’t risk full-fledged social media adoption because they’re short staffed and must focus on creating revenue and running programs — helping real people in the real world.
Noland Hoshino, who created the LinkInLog from SMO Books, shares three ways you can use the new LinkedIn Company Pages to bring out the human side of your nonprofit. Recently, LinkedIn has made some changes that allow your nonprofit to have more of a presence on LinkedIn. In the video above, Noland talks about the […]