We pulled together some research from FastCompany, the Nonprofit Marketing Guide and Nonprofit Hub to consider in order to help with your nonprofit summer productivity.
Producing quality content across your nonprofit’s website and social media channels is hugely challenging. It might be time to hire some freelance copywriters, but how do you know where to start? Start here.
We’re here to help you find affordable content marketing strategies for nonprofits. There are several ways to recycle your content and make it worth every penny.
We hate to be the bearers of harsh news, but the truth is, if you’re not strategically speaking to your donors at several points in the donation process, you’re very likely to lose them. Read more to develop a marketing strategy that specifically target’s donors at several stages of their journey.
How can you better tell people about your nonprofit’s story? A big opportunity still lies in your nonprofit social media presence.
Ideally, your nonprofit would only reach out strong supporters of your cause, instead of wasting time. Better determine your focus with donor lead scoring.
Plenty of nonprofits are asking themselves if they need a CRM. Here’s our nonprofit CRM assessment to help determine your needs.
If nonprofit blogging doesn’t seem to be working to engage your audience, look at these spots to make some improvements and optimize your nonprofit blog.
We try to thank first-time donors, but how can we do more? Here are some innovative ideas from Kayla Matthews on increasing your repeat donors.