Blog posts tagged with Marketing & Communications
Instagram's visual nature makes it a perfect channel for executive directors to engage with their stakeholders. Aside from having a personal branding strategy, what exactly makes an effective personal brand for a nonprofit leader? It’s about authenticity.
You want to create a compelling video to communicate your organization's great work, but where do you start? Do you need to spend a lot of money on expensive production equipment or software? Should you hire an outside company to do the work for you? Benjamin Packard founder of Retainer Media, answers all these questions and more.
Imagine your good luck: you’re at a holiday party, and find yourself one-on-one with a potential major donor you’ve never had the chance to meet before. Can you quickly and compellingly impress them with what your organization stands for?
Peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns yield significant benefits: more donations, more awareness, more relationships, and plenty of supporters to share the load. But if you haven’t done one before, getting started can feel overwhelming.
Nonprofits make a huge chunk of their revenue during the last few weeks of the year – from Thanksgiving until December 31st at 11:59pm. So the fundraising strategies you employ during year-end should be rock solid. Here are three e-mail tactics that are relatively painless to implement.
Multi-channel marketing is essential to raise awareness and ultimately to raise funds. Nonprofits often overlook sponsorship, but marketing professional Michael C. Savino explains why sponsorship should be an ingredient in their mix of media and channels.
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance at Georgia State University is hosting a social media mini-clinic that will begin with a presentation by a representative from LYFE Marketing, a social media marketing firm.