Monthly Archive: October 2016

How to Create a Twitter Moment for Your Nonprofit

Twitter Moments as defined by Twitter are curated tweets collected into a story. First launched in October 2015 in partnership with a select few media partners, as of September 29 all Twitter users can now create Moments. For nonprofits active on Twitter, Moments are new way to showcase

A Day Trip to The Hague, Netherlands: International City of Peace and Justice

An Instagram Photo and Video Essay by Heather Mansfield For many years I’ve wanted to visit The Hague, Netherlands. 🇳🇱 Known as the International City of Peace and Justice, there are more than 160 NGOs in Den Haag working to make the world a better place. I was in

How to Redirect Your New .NGO Domain to Your .ORG Website

Written by Heather Mansfield who works as an Ambassador for the Public Interest Registry – the nonprofit operator of the .ORG, .NGO and .ONG domains. Unlike the .ORG domain which can be bought and used by any brand or individual, the new .NGO domain is only available for

10 Online Fundraising Best Practices for Nonprofits

The technology to donate online was launched in the late 1990’s and through a process of trial and error NGOs have slowly been able to build donor’s confidence in the technology and grow their online donor database. Today online donations make up an average of 7-10% of

HOW TO: Calculate Your Nonprofit’s Organic Reach on Facebook

According to Facebook, organic reach is the total number of unique people who are shown your post(s) in their News Feed through unpaid distribution and although Facebook Insights provide a lot of useful data about your fans and reach (organic and paid), the one critical piece of data