Whether it’s your first or your fifth year taking part in Giving Tuesday, there’s a lot you can do to make sure that your campaign succeeds.
When you’re telling your nonprofit’s story – from your mission to the people behind the scenes – there’s always a good opportunity to show rather than tell. When done right, visual storytelling can make a meaningful and memorable impression.
Photo essays seem like a daunting undertaking accomplished only by the massively creative unicorns living in our midst. They’re popular among the New York Times and Times of the world. However, you can easily learn how to make a photo essay, too.
What goes into making a great blog? Posting frequently is one thing. Great content is another. We’ve provided ways a blog can help your nonprofit website and tips and inspiration. But we’re going to take a page out of our own book, and be specific, actionable and (reasonably) brief in this post.
Persuasive and painless. This one-two punch can be a good way to think about crafting signup forms to grow your list of subscribers. It’s about immediately drawing people in and then making the signup process quick and easy. And content has a lot to do with that.
Remember that popular kid in high school with the most stylish clothes, piercing eyes and perfectly coiffed hair? We all knew that person. Beyond their entrancing looks, they got away with everything and distracted you from all of your school work, because let’s face it, they were dreamy. An image rotator (a.k.a. image carousel, image…