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10 Tried-and-True Content Formats for Nonprofits

Tired of sharing “updates” all the time? Your readers probably are too. But simply changing the format is a great way to repeat your core messages while making the content feel more fresh and interesting. Let’s look at some favorite formats for nonprofit content. 1. How-to Articles In an easy-to-follow format, provide your readers with […]

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7 Tips for a Successful Content Marketing Strategy

Many nonprofit organizations are unaware of the impact content marketing can have on enhancing awareness, creating brand loyalty and generating revenue. However, it is impossible to overestimate the impact of high-quality content and well-thought-out content strategy on the image of the organization and the overall level of engagement. Here are some tips on how to […]

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5 Ways Fundraisers Can Work Well With Copywriters

With all that it takes to run a successful nonprofit, it could seem easy to have someone already within your organization work to create copy for your website, emails, social media, etc. However, hiring a trained copywriter who has dedicated their time and energy into learning the nuances of language, grammar, and creating effective marketing […]

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How to Engage Supporters with Instagram Stories (With 5 Nonprofit Examples)

Instagram Stories create an extra layer of visibility for your nonprofit – whenever you want that visibility. Like Snapchat and Messenger Stories, Instagram Stories last for 24 hours. And like Snapchat, stories are told in a series of pictures and videos. Users who’ve published Instagram Stories within the past 24 hours appear at the very top of the […]

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4 Content Tactics to Boost your Nonprofit Marketing

Content marketing is king. Does this sound familiar to you? I’m sure it does! You have heard this expression so many times because it is true. Let me show you why content is even more valuable for nonprofits. Unlike businesses, nonprofits have a purpose, a reason for existing other than selling something for the sake […]

Instagram for Nonprofits — How Your Org Can Get Onboard

Like many nonprofits and social enterprises you may be scratching your head and wondering how an Instagram presence can help you contribute to social good in a creative and heroic way. With all the noise out there, how can you be sure that your efforts are even moving the needle for your cause? You know that […]

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Social Media Best Practices for Nonprofits

Somewhat surprisingly, many Nonprofits are still feeling shy about their Social Media presence. Social Media Marketing is increasingly necessary for nonprofits; it is an effective and cost-efficient tool to increase your reach and awareness. There are 2.8 billion active social media users worldwide, so this is the medium where you want your nonprofit to be, […]

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Messaging to Build Your Nonprofit Brand

Building brand awareness can be a challenge for many but, if you’ve read Part 1 – The Secret to Building Brand Awareness and done your homework, you’re already running smoothly and ready to advance your brand by developing your messaging strategy. Branding can be even more effective in the nonprofit sector than the for-profit sector […]

Buzz word: “user experience design”

Innovation, disruption, transformation… these are the new buzz words of business today. Leading companies in all sectors are those that are succeeding at one or more of those things (although I would argue that those are all synonyms for the same thing). Last week I was at the Sandbox Project conference and in his keynote […]

Nonprofit Ideas on a Budget

Lately, I’ve had the opportunity to sit in on a few seminars where the presenters made consorted efforts to discuss successful yet low-budget (or shall we say “cost efficient”) marketing/communications initiatives for non-profit causes, reinforcing that it is possible to do a lot with a little. At the bottom of this article, I’ve included screenshots and […]

The Value Question

I’d like to begin with some questions: In this world of instant transmission and easy access to information, are we engaging more, or are we more easily distracted? When I say “we,” I mean it in the grandest sense of the term: we as businesses and organizations, we as marketers and consumers, and we as […]

Content in Context

The word “content” has become a catchall for anything you write, create, or curate, and share on the internet. but what does it mean to produce content as a business or organization? and how can you do it without annoying or over-saturating your audience?