Lost on Your Organization’s Digital Strategy? You’re Not Alone
The ever evolving world of advocacy and organizing has more recently been pushed into hyper-speed by the digital revolution. By taking smart, strategic steps to fill in knowledge gaps, empower their teams and kickstart digital programs, organizations are primed to reach their highest potential and see their outcomes in numbers.
Tips for starting, fine-tuning your cross-platform communications
Jill Warren Lucas See related story here. Amy Sample Ward offers the following tips for nonprofits that are just getting started to those interested in fine-tuning their communications outreach. Do your homework Creating social media pages and posting clever content won’t […]
Nonprofits must use multiplatform conversations to engage with donors, constituents
Author and social media expert Amy Sample Ward will be a presenter at the NCTech4Good Conference to be held June 6-7 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. The event will focus on sharing knowledge about technologies that can advance the mission of nonprofit organizations.
See Related Story: Ward offers tips for nonprofits that are just getting started with social engagement to those interested in fine-tuning their communications outreach.
Social-media use grows at nonprofits
Nonprofits are making greater use of social media, with Facebook reaching ‘saturation levels,’ a new report says.
Nonprofit tech spending holds steady
While 64 percent of nonprofits that are technology leaders have a formal tech plan, 60 percent do not, and just 26 percent of nonprofits have ever evaluated the return on investment from tech projects or programs, with those that have much more likely to be tech leaders, a new survey says.
Online fundraising grows
Driven largely by giving to international disasters, online fundraising grew 14 percent in 2010 after falling in 2009, a new report says.
Online fundraising hits recession wall
The weak economy in 2009 curbed online fundraising in the wake of gains it and online advocacy made in the 2008 election, a new study says.
Ups and downs of nonprofit consulting
Used correctly, consultants can give a big boost to nonprofits; mismanaged or mismatched, however, consultants can mean wasted time and money, and frustration.
Back-to-basics technology critical for fundraising
The bad economy is a good time for nonprofits to retool their technology and the way they use it for fundraising, experts say.
Nonprofits warm up to social media
Social networking is becoming more mainstream for nonprofits, and the sector is beginning to staff up accordingly, a new report says.