Social media is a great place to build relationships, when done right. Review these five social media mistakes to avoid.
If you have a presence on a social media platform, your response time better be fast. Otherwise your followers will feel ignored.
The opening line of your thank you letters to donors has to shine. Otherwise, your nonprofit’s future fundraising will suffer.
Your nonprofit’s website should tell the story of your mission. If it’s falling short, use these tips to align your website design with your core message.
Raising money for a nonprofit is serious business but that doesn’t mean you can’t put the fun in fundraising, as this eggnog challenge shows.
There are a lot of social media platforms your nonprofit could join. However, that shouldn’t be your strategy. Smart small, then grow.
For far too long nonprofits have lived with a scarcity mindset and kept salaries low. The time to change that is finally here.
Nonprofit small shop life can be very challenging. You’re doing the job of seven people. But that shouldn’t stop you from doing this one thing. Every single day.
For many nonprofits, year-end is a big money grab. It’s not about anything else. And it shows. Which is why I’m demanding: Stop the year-end email insanity!
Email and direct mail aren’t enough to build relationships with donors. In 2022, I want nonprofits to take my phone call challenge and succeed.