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  • How to Ask for Exactly What Your Nonprofit NeedsHow can you walk the line of gently—but honestly—telling constituents exactly what you need from them? Today we dive in and learn the art of asking for what your nonprofit needs starting with your organization's story.

  • 5 Ways to Avoid Fundraising Burnout in Your OrganizationWhat can you do to keep your efforts energized? Luckily, there are options to counteract burnout. Here are five ways to avoid fundraising burnout within your organization. It starts with prioritizing the most important tasks.

  • 5 Signs It’s Time for a Website RedesignSo what does it say when your website is… not so great? How do you know when your nonprofit organization's website is in need of an update? Let us take a look the five signs that it’s time for a website redesign.

  • Creating a Social Media Strategy Guide for Your NonprofitThe upcoming holidays provide a time of generosity, compassion & giving to our fellow humans. How can your nonprofit celebrate the holidays while promoting your cause? Check out our list of 30-holiday fundraising ideas.

  • Creating a Social Media Strategy Guide for Your NonprofitYour nonprofit needs to be present on social media. Outlining a strategic plan will boost engagement on social media, make sure posting gets done and increase fundraising efforts. Unsure where to start? We have you covered.

  • How Nonprofits Can Engage Generation ZJust like any other generation, Gen Z requires a different way of engaging as they come of age to donate to causes that are important to them. Is your nonprofit ready to start engaging Gen Z? Here are some tips & tricks to get you started.

  • Facebook’s Fundraising Tools: Deciding What’s Best for Your NonprofitWhile Facebook’s fundraising tools have potential, they do come with some drawbacks. How can you decide what’s best? Take a look at some of the pros & cons on how they can benefit your nonprofit organization.

  • 5 Tips for Fundraising After a Natural DisasterRecent natural disasters have proved tragic for many who lost property, belongings & loved ones. Responding as a nonprofit during times like these can be difficult, but not impossible. Follow some of these tips to decide what’s best.

  • Evergreen Content: What You Need to Know for Your Nonprofit BlogIn terms of website targeting and SEO, evergreen content is the perfect way to keep fresh, current content on your website blog for visitors to see. What is evergreen content and why is it so important? Let’s dive in.

  • 20 Post Ideas for Your Nonprofit BlogCreating fresh new content for a blog can be a difficult task. If you need some ideas to get your nonprofit organization’s blog up & going, here are 20 post ideas to write about to keep your blog from coming to a complete halt.

  • Sharing Wellness in Your NonprofitHow can your nonprofit organization make sure the staff and volunteers feel supported as well as appreciated? When it comes to caring for mind and body at work, protecting yourself and your staff becomes essential.

  • 12 Nonprofit Examples that Rock at FacebookHaving a social media presence for your nonprofit organization can often times be confusing. Luckily, some are ahead of the curve. Get started by checking out these 12 nonprofit examples with profiles that rock at Facebook.

  • Getting Groovy with GIFs for Your NPOThere are lots of ways a nonprofit organization can implement GIFs—from a website or blog, to social networking platforms, to even presentations & productions. Take a look at how you can get groovy with GIFs.

  • Should Your Nonprofit Take a Stand on Current Issues?A lot of gray area exists when it comes to controversial topics. What can your nonprofit say or not say? Should your nonprofit even get involved? Learn about some of the pros & cons that can come along with taking a stand.

  • Merging Memes in Your Nonprofit MarketingMemes are a great way of engaging with current and potential constituents. How can your nonprofit organization use memes in your marketing strategy? Today, we're going to discuss some ideas to help get you started.

  • 642075a7-6832-428b-880a-07f5f8a02e92.jpgOne area with enormous potential for your nonprofit to tap into is Facebook 360° video & photos. Today, we're going to discuss tricks for your organization to get started. After all, 360° engagement is not going away anytime soon

  • 5 Nonprofit Examples that Rock at Email MarketingWhen it comes to marketing your nonprofit, there is not a more direct & personal way to reach supporters than through email marketing. If you're looking to draw constituents in as advocates, check out these five examples.

  • Benefits of Leveraging Augmented Reality for Your NonprofitAugmented reality puts a nonprofit on the forefront of technology, helping gain more constituents and raise money. By embracing the virtual world, you can impact the real world. Here's how your nonprofit can get in on it.

  • Guerrilla Marketing Is Not Dead: 10 Ideas to Get Your Nonprofit StartedGuerrilla marketing has had a place in the profit world for years and has been gaining traction with nonprofit organizations. Do you want in on the action? Here are ten of our budget-friendly marketing ideas to get you started.

  • Seven Ways You Drive Donors AwayIt can be easy to let your nonprofit board fall to the wayside and become stagnate. How can you get your trustees more involved? Here are some ways to motivate and engage your organization's board of directors.

  • Top 10 Tips for Designing Your Nonprofit’s LogoWhile logos exist almost everywhere in today’s society (think golden arches, black swoosh or a silver apple), they're not necessarily easy to develop. Start the process by checking out these top 10 tips for designing your nonprofit’s logo.

  • planning fundraising eventsWhen it comes to raising funds for your nonprofit organization, successful fundraising events provide a substantial contribution. Following these tips to help your events run smoothly, gain constituents & raise donations.

  • Promoting Your Next Nonprofit EventIf you're interested in marketing your nonprofit organization's upcoming fundraisers, check out these major tips on how to promote your next philanthropic event. It all starts with reaching attendees a number of ways.

  • 5 Key Components of Videos that Boost EngagementVideos are an important focus for Internet and social media marketing efforts. Check out these 5 key components on how to get started and boost your nonprofit organization's engagement with video marketing.

  • Using Facebook Live to Grow Your CauseFacebook Live is taking the online community by storm. How can your nonprofit get involved in the action? Check out this step-by-step guide to learn how to use Facebook Live Video in your organization. Lights, camera, action!

  • Creating a Google+ Page for Your NonprofitGoogle+ is useful social media tool to help attract followers and linking them back to your nonprofit organization's website. Learn about these 7 steps to setting up your nonprofit's Google+ page. It is easy and free, time well spent.

  • Instagram Profile that Inspires DonorsThe first move towards utilizing Instagram for your nonprofit organization is creating an account. Follow these steps on how to create an Instagram account that will attract and inspire new donors and keep your organization on the radar of your current donors.

  • Leverage Pokémon Go for Your NonprofitWith the new Pokémon Go craze, the first question you should ask is: can I leverage this tool to grow my nonprofit organization? The answer is yes, and we'll tell you how along with examples to get you going from other nonprofits. Are you ready?

  • 47bc3eb1-755a-4d08-b4fd-b29befb804b2.jpgIn building a website, a domain name should represent your mission. But how do you select the best domain for you? Check out these 5 steps to choosing a domain name that boosts engagement and drives traffic to your site.

  • fa855892-2e4c-495f-848c-49c98559c437.pngAvailable funds can mean the difference between helping the community and struggling to get by. If your nonprofit wants to increase donations, check out these 10 more innovative ideas to utilize in your next fundraiser.

  • bc89c5d7-fcee-4933-8f3f-13033d4c09f9.pngA strong call to action (CTA) contributes to the success of any institution and drives engagement. When it comes to crafting compelling calls to action for your nonprofit, keep these 40 examples and pointers in mind.

  • 400faecb-81de-4325-a35d-3f84a92d3c39.pngInstagram can help you reach audiences by promoting global engagement and encouraging cause awareness. Discover how your nonprofit organization can use Instagram to further its cause by reading these six useful tips.

  • 4410ed33-10e8-4bd2-a7c7-13ec223a98f4.pngWhen it comes to marketing, reaching as many people as possible can raise awareness, increase volunteer involvement and improve donor engagement. Consider these three ways to leverage emoji marketing for your nonprofit.

  • b4de4d5a-b9cb-437c-b229-6e941dc63365.pngGoogle+ (or Google Plus) is one of the newest social media platforms out there, but it is definitely no amateur. Yes, another social media site. But the real question is, what can Google+ do for your nonprofit organization?

  • 0a0b67be-50c6-47fb-9634-0fd96bb0b202.pngStaying active on social media draws visitors to your website. If your nonprofit organization has already joined Pinterest, discover how you can utilize strategic "pinning" (or "saving") to drive traffic to your nonprofit's site.

  • 19f586ba-bfe0-4216-a619-8081addf8125.pngSnapchat has a huge potential to drive engagement and build your support base particularly if your constituents are 13–25-year-olds. Read these five ways Snapchat can boost your nonprofit organization's visibility.

  • d9e60eaa-c343-41f2-9a0c-61b6bd3df2af.pngYou can only do so much to raise money for your cause. If your nonprofit organization could use a boost, check out these top 10 creative fundraising ideas for creating events that will send your donations through the roof.

  • e1bdd85c-1c32-4579-8451-5877e235d2d3.pngWhen it comes to social media, broadening your scope and reaching into other social media platforms like Pinterest, can help tell your story in a different way to engage constituents and build a stronger online community.