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Twitter takes way, way too much time. At least, that’s how it can seem. It’s an endless stream of information, and it’s very difficult to pare it down to the information that could be useful to your organization. It can also feel like you are wasting time sending messages out to the ether and never […]

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The 5 Big Picture Reasons Your Organization’s Blog Isn’t Working A blog is a communication channel that is particularly challenging for larger non-profits and organizations to use effectively. It can become a wasteland of random content that can’t find a home anywhere else in the organization or a stale stream of uninspired news that fails […]

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Why visual? According to psychologist Albert Mehrabian, the brain processes visuals 60,000 times faster than text yet many nonprofits are not investing time and money into creating compelling visuals. Quality visuals do not have to be expensive or done by a team of experts. We are in an age where nonprofits can create and disseminate […]

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Searching Social Media

Over the last several years, the use of social media instruments, including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter  and other online communication tools has increased. With respect to nonprofits, these tools are used to convey messages about the efficiency and efficacy of nonprofit organization’s core activities. Nonprofit agencies need to know how to actively search […]

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This webinar will answer “Why email?” in an age of Twitter. With social media channels offering nonprofits a direct, real-time network to their supporters, why are so many organizations still sending out regular emails? Email is an effective, inexpensive tool that non-profits should be taking advantage of. It allows organizations to disseminate information quickly, to […]

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