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@NonprofitOrgs to Report Live from #14NTC

March 9, 2014
Through a partnership with the Public Interest Registry, Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good will be attending the Nonprofit Technology Conference (#14NTC) in order to report live and share the event in real-time with the @NonprofitOrgs community. The goals are: 1) To study how to report live effectively from a large scale, multiple day event using primarily Twitter, Instagram,...

25 Must-Follow NGO Resources on Twitter

October 11, 2013
A follow-up post to Five Online Fundraising Best Practices for NGOs and Five Social Media Best Practices for NGOs, below is a list of 25 resources that regularly tweet and retweet useful fundraising and social media advice and information valuable to NGOs worldwide, particularly those engaged in international development. By studying their tweets and utilizing the resources they advocate for,...

Five Social Media Best Practices for Small NGOs in Developing Countries

September 23, 2013
As a follow-up to Five Online Fundraising Best Practices for Small NGOs in Developing Countries, below are five social media best practices specifically tailored for small NGOs in developing countries. Once your NGO has laid a foundation for online fundraising success by launching a mobile-optimized website, an e-newsletter, and having the ability to accept online donations, your NGO is...

The Math and Science of Social and Mobile Media: A Spreadsheet to Track Your Fundraising Success

June 13, 2013
There absolutely is a math to social and mobile media. If your nonprofit has a good content strategy in place and understands the power of integrating all your nonprofit’s communications channels (website, email, Facebook, texting, etc.), then as your numbers grow on social networks so will your e-newsletter and mobile lists which in turn significantly increases your fundraising success. It’s...

12 Must-Know Stats About Social Media, Fundraising, and Cause Awareness

April 22, 2013
Until recently the nonprofit pioneers of the Social Web had to mostly rely on their intuition that their social media campaigns were resulting in more dollars raised online, an increase in brand and cause awareness, and higher rates of volunteer recruitment and retention. However, as LinkedIn, Blogger and Myspace all celebrate their 10-year anniversary this year, nonprofits have now...