Take a close look at the people who make up your nonprofit. Don’t just note the board members, but also consider the paid staff, volunteers, and supporters.
If you’re going to start a business, Google is a must-have for all of your needs.
The growth of your nonprofit is essential and an incredibly helpful tool for growth is a well-designed, polished website.
For today’s nonprofits, marketing means putting a great deal of effort into reaching customers online, where they spend the most time.
The rules that you set up for your content will determine how your brand and nonprofit is perceived by the world.
Social media is easy if you have hundreds of thousands of followers. Unfortunately, it takes time to build that kind of following organically, until then here are some tips!
There’s an art to creating a call to action that actually converts. It starts with setting a goal and then creating a statement that supports that goal.
An organization’s marketing team can make a big impact. Take a look at each of those roles and how they play into your overall business strategy.
A good blog goes beyond merely ensuring potential supporters can find you in a Google search. Read our blogging dos and don’ts for nonprofits here.