When’s the best time to be posting to Twitter? Your organization has to test that out: See when people are engaging with your tweets and what content they’re responding to.
It’s not easy to decide who to follow on Twitter. Here’s my method, which I’ve honed over the last decade and created for myself a feed full of variety.
Want donors to consider donating to your organization? You need to demonstrate field expertise in your specific niche. Here are 5 ways to do that.
Your donors are being inundated with emails from many nonprofits. Step into your donor’s shoes and consider how they’d actually like you to communicate with them.
Coronaworld has turned everyone’s lives upside down. But that shouldn’t stop us from checking in on fellow employees and asking them: How are you?
What cooking new recipes taught me about the need to always be learning new things and moving forward. Also, what’s for dinner?
Gathering competitive intelligence is part of what your nonprofit needs to do in order to keep on top of what your competitor’s are doing.
9 years ago I went from being a fundraiser for others to a donation recipient. The lessons I learned then apply today, as millions suddenly find themselves out of work.
Coronavirus is going to change nonprofit office life. Here are my predictions for how meetings, events, programming, budgets, CEO’s and staff will be affected.
Now’s not a time to stop talking to your nonprofit donors and supporters! Not sure what to do? Here are the 5 do’s and don’ts of coronavirus communications.