Photo licensing agreement
Online Resources


Purchase the Right Stock Photo Licensing Agreement

You’re browsing stock photos for a nice hero image on your nonprofit website. After searching and searching, you finally find one that suits your needs. The next step is easy, right? Purchase the photo and fire it up onto your website and all of your printed brochures. While, yes, it is easy to buy photos online, the vast majority of stock sites have rules for using stock photos and offer a different photo licensing agreement. (more…)

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Partners Page
Web Content


7 Ways to Make a Partners Page that Boosts Supporters

Typically found in the “About Us” section of a nonprofit website, a partners page is a way to acknowledge your collaborators, sponsors and important funders. A partners page also presents an opportunity to build the credibility of your organization by featuring third party endorsements and the impact of working together to get to your goals. (more…)

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live stream events
Social Media


Should Your Nonprofit Live Stream Events and Galas to Reach More People?

The venue is set, the program is printed and tickets are sold out. Everything about your event feels ready—and yet, you have a sinking feeling that it could be doing more. After all, putting on a gala, awards ceremony or other big shindig for your nonprofit takes a lot of time and energy. You want to make the most if it. So what about streaming a video of the festivities online? Should you live stream events to boost the return on investment and engage more people? (more…)

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