Are you looking for a way to leverage an anniversary this year? We often hear from nonprofits that want a new website to help celebrate an important milestone, but there are also smaller online marketing projects that can support your nonprofit anniversary campaign.
In the age of social media, we’re seeing time and time again that anything can be a fad. Fanny packs, popped collars, the phrase “awesome sauce” and even *gasp* activism. Slacktivism, as many refer to it, occurs when causes come into the spotlight through viral social media attention without many tangible new supporters to show…
We’ve all been there. You work so hard to gain new donors throughout the year, only to never hear from them the next. But what if you could win back those donors who’ve wandered astray through a donor re-engagement campaign?
New year, same old marketing? Rather than jumping on the latest marketing trends, resolve to keep your marketing program in good shape by setting some achievable marketing resolutions for your new or small nonprofit. No diets or gym memberships required!
Launching your new nonprofit website can be a stressful time, we know. You want to check and double check all of your bases before your pet project is live for everyone to see. We came up with a website checklist of everything you should complete, double check and discuss with your developer before your site…
We’re not mad, just a little disappointed. You see, there are a lot (maybe too many) ideas out there for nonprofit marketing. Some of them just aren’t worth it, and haven’t been for awhile, but we still see them happening.
So, you waited until the week before #GivingTuesday again… It’s not time to panic just yet. If you’re willing to put in a little work over Thanksgiving, you can still pull together a campaign and take advantage of the biggest fundraising day of the year.
Making your case for a new website can mean having some difficult discussions, especially when the person controlling the budget doesn’t understand that there’s a problem that needs fixing. To get the ball rolling with a skeptical executive director, we’ve put together a list of website redesign questions that can help guide your initial conversation.
Are you getting started with your nonprofit’s first blog? Or finally finding the time to think a little more strategically about the blog you already have on your website? You’re probably worried about how you’re going to keep up with it, which is why now is the perfect opportunity to pause and put together your…
Does your nonprofit have so many silos that you should invest in some land and start a farm?