Monthly Archive: January 2014

HOW TO: Curate Nonprofit Videos on YouTube

Nonprofits that do not create a lot of their own video content can still have an engaging YouTube Channel by curating videos relevant to your nonprofit’s mission and programs. Just because your nonprofit didn’t create a video doesn’t mean you can’t feature it on your channel. By

LinkedIn Launches Volunteer Marketplace for Nonprofits

To help nonprofits recruit qualified volunteers and to assist individuals eager to volunteer with nonprofits, LinkedIn has launched a Volunteer Marketplace where nonprofits can post volunteer opportunities and LinkedIn members can search for volunteer opportunities in their local communities. According to LinkedIn for Good, 82% of surveyed LinkedIn members

19 Must-See Social Media and Fundraising Infographics for Nonprofits

Without a doubt, 2013 was the year of visual content — particularly infographics. With tens of millions of brands now tweeting, posting, and sharing content online on a daily basis, to get your message to stand out from the clutter brands need to communicate more often their

5 Nonprofit Technology Trends to Watch in 2014

2014 will be an exciting year for nonprofit technology. Numerous communications and fundraising trends are on the verge of going mainstream and nonprofits committed to early adoption have a number of new tools and strategies to pioneer this year. Social media will remain a top priority for

It’s #FundraisingFriday :: Please Donate to Your Favorite Nonprofit!

#FundraisingFriday is a campaign meant to inspire individuals to commit to donating at least $10 to one of their favorite nonprofits every Friday. First tweeted in May 2012 from @NonprofitOrgs, the hashtag has since then been tweeted and retweeted thousands of times. If you are a nonprofit, use