The Nielsen Company has released a report depicting the continual growth of social media and related emerging trends throughout the course of 2012. (How is your #nonprofit approaching #socialmedia strategies?
NPS Tip: What other people say about you on social media can be as important as what you're publishing about yourself.
Though easily overlooked, hope is a crucial ingredient for nonprofit websites. Hope establishes that the problem you’re addressing is solvable, and that you have the solution. (Are you integrating #Hope into your #Nonprofit website?
NPS Tip: Never stop improving your website and social media.
Network for Good created the Digital Giving Index to provide insights and information on charitable engagement forboth nonprofits seeking to strengthen relationships with donors and companies seeking engage with consumers andemployees.
NPS Tip: Use this new metric to improve your organization's fundraising capacity.
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