Jeff Bullas offers three case studies of successful social media campaigns for marketing major events. Even if you're planning an event on a smaller scale, you can integrate these best practices into to your organization's strategy.
Video is a natural medium for storytelling, and that's what the annual report should be. Here, a collection of video annual reports produced by nonprofit organizations, courtesy of Community Organizer 2.0.
If your nonprofit has yet to get on Google+, now is good time to start. If your nonprofit is already on Google+, then the best practices in this story are meant to help you better learn how to tap into and inspire the Google+ community.
Storytelling is the substance that fundraisers need to use to be effective online fundraisers. Cara Jones, founder of Storytellers for Good and an Emmy Award recipient, shares her advice on how nonprofits can use storytelling for fundraising and how to craft the most compelling story.
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