Sadly, many nonprofit donors and funders want to keep overhead costs to a minimum. The fact is, overhead isn’t a four letter word. It’s necessary to provide services.
If your nonprofit sends out emails to subscribers, do you ask for feedback? It’s a great way to build the relationship and create two-way communications.
Ready to learn? Here are seven nonprofit newsletters and two nonprofit podcasts you should subscribe to and learn from top sector experts.
Not everything should be posted on social media. Unlike Kylie Jenner, you need to read the room and understand how readers will view your post.
A gratitude attitude can help nonprofits retain donors. This great gratitude example from a university to an alum is how it should be done.
SEO is crucial to an organization’s fundraising and marketing efforts. This guide is an introduction to SEO for nonprofits to help them get started.
When you’re designing your fundraising and marketing materials, you need to remember it’s not about you and your wants. Think of what users need and want!
There is plenty of overlap in how businesses and nonprofits function and operate. Here are four lessons from for-profits that nonprofits should learn from.
I was in Twitter jail for a few days. Sharing with you lessons I learned that affect your organization’s social media guidelines.
Twitter flagged a tweet of mine for violating their rules. I don’t think it does. Their robots don’t get sarcasm. So I sent an appeal to humanity.