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A look at six universal tactics for persuasion and how they can be used by non-profits to persuade donors and grant makers that your organization is worth supporting.
How should you handle the new FTC social media regulations? - SHIFT Communications PR Agency | Boston | New York | San Francisco
Building a website for your nonprofit from start to launch.
An exhaustive list of email SPAM trigger words to avoid using in your emails' subject lines.
Handy to have. Print it out and hang it on your bulletin board to reference when you're crafting your org's enews. :)
Blog post at Kikolani : One question I get asked often is how to start a blog. While there are many platforms to choose from, I always suggest that if your purpose[..]
Excellent list. Must-read if you're just starting on Wordpress.
Helpful tips on social media in ag.
Would you like to know the secret to lowering the bounce rate on your web pages at the same time increasing their conversion rate?
Social media may get all the hype, but good old-fashioned e-mail still does the lion’s share of the work in getting your nonprofit mission in front of your supporters, and help is out there.
Email works, no doubt. But it does require some special care.
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For-profit executives use business models—such as...
Event marketing dashboards and sponsor search dashbboards are poised to be your next big thing. Get the scoop here.
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Facebook Timeline Apps & Business Tools...
This week on ProBlogger we've been looking at the topic of building community on a blog. We started by identifying ...
Very thorough with lots of great links.
What can nonprofits learn from a new whitepaper from Facebook titled “Building Your Presence with Facebook Pages: A Guide for Causes and Nonprofits?”
#Facebook pages guide for #nonprofits.
Blog post at Kikolani : This year, along with my Fetching Friday weekly roundups, I compiled several major resource collections for a variety of topics. As 2011 co[..]
More awesomeness from Kikolani. This blog is a treasure trove!
Content - Just what the title says... along with an infographic and a host of examples, illustrations, and explanations.
Lots of great resources in this piece.
The Screaming Frog SEO Spider is a small desktop program (PC or Mac) which crawls websites’ links, images, CSS, script and apps from an SEO perspective.
A great tool for optimizing SEO on your nonprofit's website.
Over the years, the one thing that I’ve always noticed is that most sites aren’t optimized for search engines. Even ...
I didn't know Google likes 2,400 Words on the page for Optimal Indexing
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is about actions you can take to make your website more search friendly, and therefore improve your overall search results and increase traffic to your website. It is a huge category with lots of tricks and is a moving target, but this report is a good start- Ken
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Triberr is a powerful way to leverage a network of like-minded bloggers to easily support each other's content and increase traffic to your blog.
Free webinar to learn how to grow your nonprofit
Building a Brand Online
Great list of must-have plugins for Wordpress.
Some awesome sites with some awesome inspiration!
Like social media, email marketing is where you nurture constituent relationships. But e-mail is different from social media in a few critical areas.
The philanthropic and nonprofit sector is likely to come under close scrutiny in the next Congress through tax reform, in an environment that makes it hard for nonprofits to get their voices heard.