File under #AboutTime! Facebook recently announced a new tool designed to give individual users the power to fundraise on Facebook for their favorite verified US-based 501(c)3 nonprofits, directly within the platform! According to Facebook officials…
Videos need to be part of your nonprofit’s marketing toolkit. These days, you don’t have to be Spielberg or Tarantino to craft an impactful film. Social media outlets like Vine make it easy for you to craft and share your stories through video.
Guest blog by H. E. James, MBA Marketing for the nonprofit sector has different end goals than marketing for business. While nonprofits must still meet financial goals in order to survive, the goal of their marketing…
There is no doubt of the power and potential of digital tools for the nonprofit sector. Websites, email, crowdfunding, and social media platforms have exploded a nonprofit’s ability to find and connect with potential donors…
This webinar will guide you through all the necessary steps required to launch and implement an online fundraising program, after you have completed the necessary steps required to plan and prepare for online fundraising success.
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