Nonprofits spend a lot of their Communications staff time trying to get their issues covered by the media. One common question that gets asked is “how many media hits is good?” M&R reviewed 40 nonprofit organizations media strategy and results from 2015 in hopes of spotting important trends. Here’s what they concluded in their new report 2016 Mediamarks Study.
Despite what your major was in college or what skills you’ve picked up along the way, today’s technology allows you to seem more tech-savvy than you may actually be. By downloading a few free apps, it’s easy to put together insightful infographics, schedule social media posts and send out mass emails easily for no cost.
Good news! It's that time of year again when the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) puts out their call for workshop proposals. The Conference will be in Washington D.C. next March 23-25, 2017, and we think you should submit!
Facebook recently rolled out its one-click donate button for nonprofits. You can sign up here to add it to your organizational FB page.
Here’s how the one-click donate button works once it’s integrated on your Facebook page.
When a donor clicks on the donate button they will get a popup with donation amounts (it's customizable by the nonprofit), and if the donors credit card is already stored in FB, they click one button to make the donation. There is also an opt-in for donors on FB to receive more info from the nonprofit. If you’re nonprofit is interested in learning more about this new donate feature, here's a webinar that covers the basics.
The 2016 Benchmarks Study was recently released and highlights the latest nonprofit trends and strategies with an eye on shifts throughout the past decade. The study is comprised of a diverse mix of 105 nonprofits of various sizes and sectors. The study analyzed 2.8 billion email messages sent to over 69 million list subscribers, $481 million of online donations from over 13 million online gifts, and 8.2 million advocacy actions.