Nonprofit Marketing Plan
A few weeks ago, we talked about why feedback surveys are a helpful tool to help towards success. This got our wheels turning and made us prompted us to talk about specifically what you can do to get the most back from feedback surveys. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think…
Over 50% of all nonprofits receive the majority of their funding at the end of the year. Try these strategies to increase donations this holiday season.
Maintaining a nonprofit blog is no little task. It needs work and preparation if you truly want to provide the right content on your nonprofit blog.
When it comes to earned media, it’s quality over quantity. That’s the takeaway message from M+R’s new MediaMarks study. According to them, the best strategy is to “develop tunnel vision” and narrow your focus to better the results you’re getting from media coverage. When you review your media hits, you should be able to say…
Relationships between donors and nonprofits take hard work. The concept of inbound marketing takes that knowledge and incorporates it into a real-life framework for nonprofits and businesses to use when engaging their audiences.
Sure, there are important national programs like United Way or massive online listings of nonprofits that give credibility and visibility for fundraisers. But it often is the local marketing that comes from trusted, known recommendations that can garner the most benefit.
Nobody likes taxes. In May, many nonprofits are coming up on the end of their fiscal year and that comes with filling out a lot of tax forms. We’ll simplify it as much as possible and try to keep you entertained along the way.