Whether face to face, by email, or with trained carrier pigeons, how you ask for donations makes or breaks your fundraising campaign (note: carrier pigeons are a guaranteed attention-getter). Your message, and how it makes your potential donor feel is mission-critical. If they feel nothing, they will give nothing.
Building your nonprofit’s thought leadership capacity
Facebook news feed overhaul – how your nonprofit can prepare
Facebook has finally decided to pull the plug on almost all types of public content from pages. Why? Because Mark Zuckerberg wants to make a better Facebook. One with less clickbait, engagement bait, and hopefully less fake news. The News Feed’s goal is shifting from “helping you find relevant content to helping you have more meaningful social interactions.”
My Friday Edit: Restoring My Faith in Tech
This week I was re-inspired by technology. It sometimes feels like we spend a lot of time criticizing or glorifying tech, and honestly neither of those descriptions seem or feel right most of the time. But Trickle Up, an international nonprofit, told me a story this week that reminded me of the basics of why […]
Building your Nonprofits Thought Leadership Capacity
By Caroline Avakian Content marketing has risen to the forefront in recent years as an important tool (if not the most important) in the nonprofit communication toolbox. It’s about creating great content on your blog, through social media messaging, email, quarterly and annual reports, case studies, whitepapers, etc. At its core, content marketing is about […]