Technology for nonprofits is often thought of as being external to the work that goes on inside the sector. In this episode, Amy Ward and Afua Bruce join me to talk about how equitable technology can help us build a more equitable world.
In the digital age, it is nearly impossible to get the word out about your mission without a strategic nonprofit marketing plan. In this episode, Alison Moore, Chief Executive Officer of Comic Relief US shares how a nonprofit partnership can help in this area.
Just for a moment, imagine what it would mean for your organization if you could double your online fundraising next year.
Your nonprofit can probably do a better job of communicating to build engagement and inspire action. Sarah Durham is THE expert on this.
Learn how Robin Cembalest has built an enormous social media following and take away lessons that any nonprofit can implement.
In this episode, Ben Wyskida, CEO of Fenton Communications explains what you must do to build a successful communications plan for your nonprofit.
Facebook has broken trust with the public. Should your nonprofit think about leaving the platform? Learn how Cambridge Analytics purchased data from people who did not explicitly give permission and how this affects your nonprofit.
How do we engage millennials and get them to support causes we care about, and that we hope they care about too? That’s the topic of today’s podcast…
Alex Blumberg, executive producer of ‘This American Life’ discusses with me the power of storytelling to activate people to engage and help your nonprofit.
In this episode, my guest Dan Osheyack and I will explore issues of awareness, action, and cause marketing at nonprofits.
Marketing, done right, is central to all aspects of a nonprofit organization, from raising money to attracting the best people to enabling programs…
How do you write and give a great speech that excites and inspires your audience about your organization? Elaine Bennett tells you how to do just that.