Since its inception in 2010, Pinterest has inspired its fans to find many different uses for its social photo-sharing functionality. UNICEF creates a page for Ami Musa, a young girl from Sierra Leone, to bring her “pinnable” interests and ours into sharp relief.
If your organization isn't getting what it wants from your social media engagement, question your existing assumptions and look deeply at your own data. Here are a few good questions to ask to take your social media to the next engagement level.
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Instagram is a must-download photo-sharing app that allows you to share your nonprofit's story on the go. The 11 organizations featured in this story are pioneering the use of Instagram, according to Nonprofit Tech 2.0.
Here is an overview of current crowdfunding sites, there are others in the works (check out http://www.start.ac ). Most crowdfunding sites don't work for non-profits, but a few do, so this list is a helpful place to start if you are looking to "Crowdfund" an NGO project. - Ken Dickens
The rise of social media has significantly changed how supporters digest our messages online. Website and e-newsletter design has evolved dramatically. The “Donate Now” process of many nonprofits, however, seems to be stuck in 2005.
Here are five common mistakes that nonprofits make in their online fundraising campaigns and how to avoid them.
Most nonprofits can benefit from communicating with individual donors in more meaningful ways. Since it’s far more costly to obtain new donors than keep existing ones, the following are communication strategies you can use to increase retention rates and steward donors towards larger gifts.
Learn from the 11 nonprofits featured in this post by following, liking, and subscribing to their e-newsletter, blog, Facebook Page, Twitter, YouTube Channel, etc. and then studying and duplicating their methods.
The nonprofit field isn’t going to simply bounce back a few years from now to the state it was in before the recession. That’s the message behind a new report by La Piana Consulting, which explores five trends that are hastening the emergence of a new nonprofit landscape. Download the report, courtesy of the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
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