Our new website is live! After a bunch of late nights and weekends cuddled up with our computers, the new Wired Impact website is up. And we’re pretty excited about it.
In addition to overhauling the look and feel of the site to be more consistent with our branding in general, we’ve made some changes we’ve been looking forward to launching for some time. (more…)
Previously, we went through the ins and outs of Medium. So, hopefully, you’re feeling pretty well-versed in everything this publishing platform has to offer.
Curated content sites, like Medium, are sometimes tossed around as the potential “next big thing” for content marketing. Unfortunately, I didn’t bring my crystal ball to work today, so I can’t actually tell you whether or not this will be the case. I can tell you though, that Medium is definitely worth your consideration. (more…)
There’s no reason to fret if your nonprofit is just getting started on Twitter. I’m of the opinion that you can never be anything but fashionably late. With around 284 million active users, Twitter is an awesome place to promote your nonprofit, share information and engage with people interested in what you’re doing. (more…)
In my last post, we talked about how storydoing organizations seek to make an impact – affect positive change. Basically, they want to do exactly what your nonprofit is doing. And, they’re popular. Nonprofits need to start giving themselves a little more credit and actively promote themselves as storydoers rather than merely storytellers. (more…)
Social media can be a bit tough to navigate. Engaging people in a meaningful way is an art form, really. Connecting with Millennials, specifically, can be quite daunting. This group rules the social kingdom, so while the social sphere is definitely the best place to engage them—it can be a bit difficult to figure out exactly how to go about it. (more…)