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Infographic: The Psychology Of Color - Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology
Whether you knew it or not, your nonprofit is projecting itself on the community in ways you may not have realized. Your nonprofit's brand, or the symbols, content, and overall online image that's associated with it, is heavily influenced by color. And it may not be exactly how you thought.
4 Ways to Improve Your Nonprofit Twitter Strategy
Twitter can be a crowded place and everyone's audience is different. There is no universal formula for a nonprofit twitter strategy, but these four tips can help improve your nonprofit's twitter engagement and stand out above the clutter of the news feed.
Nonprofit Market Research Made Simple, Whatever Your Budget | npENGAGE
Have you ever had to make a decision that impacted your organization or its constituents? If so, then your organization can probably benefit from conducting market research. It's tempting to make assumptions about your organization's constituent, customer, donor, or client base, especially in the absence of accurate information.
What Tools Do You Need for Fundraising Success?
It can feel like fundraising has become more complicated than ever in the past decade. Not to say that nonprofit work was ever easy, but now organizations are expected to reach new audiences, collect funds through multiple channels, and maintain a constant buzz with their website, email, direct mail, and social media.
10 Nonprofit Infographics that Inspire and Inform
Infographics have exploded in popularity over the last few years and they are great for social sharing. We've gathered some of the best examples from nonprofits to show you how to use graphics to inform and engage your community. Click on any of the infographics to get a closer look.
For the full size infographic, click on the image. Two years ago we examined the percentage of dollars donated through social media in DonorDrive. Back then 13.27% of all dollars our clients raised came directly through social media.
Money? Time? Blood? What are Americans Giving?
Harris Interactive is one of the world's leading market research firms, leveraging research, technology, and business acumen to transform relevant insight into actionable foresight. The Harris Poll, part of Harris Interactive Inc., is one of the longest running and most respected barometers of public opinion in the United States.
15 Must-Know Fundraising and Social Media Stats
LinkedIn launched in 2003, Facebook launched in 2004, and Twitter launched in 2006. Now more than a decade into the Social Web, the use of social networks still continues to grow worldwide and will continue to do so for years to come . It's no coincidence that online giving is growing rapidly as well.
12 Must-Follow Nonprofits on Tumblr
If your nonprofit's social media strategy is built upon engaging young adults, then you might want to invest some time experimenting with Tumblr. According to a recent study, after Facebook young adults spend more time per day on Tumblr than any other social network.
10 Goals for Nonprofit New Media Managers for 2015
After the holiday break new media managers return to work energized to update and implement their list of priorities for the upcoming year. The goals suggested below are fairly easy to achieve, yet transformative to a nonprofit's new media strategy.
Mark Your Calendars! 2015 Cause Awareness Days
As a follow-up to HOW TO: Tap Into the Power of Cause Awareness Days, below is a list of the most relevant international cause awareness days to the nonprofit sector. Cause awareness days can be po...
HOW TO: Tap Into the Power of Cause Awareness Days
The following is an excerpt from Mobile for Good: A How-To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits. While embracing a comprehensive, long-term breaking news and crisis communications strategy is challengi...
5 Online Communication Styles for Nonprofits
Your content strategy thus far has focused on what types of content your nonprofit plans to create and what channels it will use to distribute the content. The next step is to start thinking about the tone of voice of your content.
@NonprofitOrgs on Twitter
ISConf 55% of those who engage with nonprofits via social media have been inspired to take further action: #OnGood
World Giving Index 2014
a publication of Charities Aid Foundation, our partner office in the UK Click here to download the report. Gain insight into the nature of giving around the world The World Giving Index is designed to provide evidence-based insight into the scope and nature of giving around the world.
Must-Read Fundraising and Social Media Reports for Nonprofits
The reports listed below are just a small sampling of some of the research available to nonprofits on the subjects of online fundraising and social media. The data can be used to help your nonprofit craft a technology and fundraising strategic plan.
6 Fresh Ideas for Your Nonprofit's "Thank You" Landing Page
Each time @NonprofitOrgs reaches a 100K-follower benchmark, Nonprofit Tech for Good donates to various nonprofits. It's a way to give back, but its also a system used to periodically review how nonprofits are innovating their online giving process.
10 Must-Have Skills for Nonprofit New Media Managers
In 2013 the number of nonprofits that hired part-time or full-time new media managers increased fourfold. As nonprofits have gotten better at implementing multichannel communications and fundraising campaigns and improving their tracking and reporting systems, many nonprofits have come to the conclusion that creating a paid part- or full-time new media manager position is worth the financial investment.
10 Online Fundraising Best Practices for Nonprofits
In 2013 online giving grew 13.5% according to the Blackbaud Index of Online Giving and 14% according to the Network for Good's Online Giving Index with small and medium-sized nonprofits are experiencing the largest growth.
9 Must-Know Best Practices for Distributing Your Nonprofit's Content on Social Networks
The Internet is at a tipping point. It's estimated that by late 2014 or early 2015 the majority of adults will get their information from social networks rather than search engines and that social networks will become the primary source of referral traffic to your website and blog.
10 Facebook Page Best Practices for Nonprofits
With more than 1 billion active users, Facebook is the largest social network in the world. More than two-thirds of its users log in every day and three-fourths do so on a mobile device. Without a doubt your nonprofit's supporters use Facebook on a regular basis.
12 Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits
Google+ Pages have a vast tool set and Google's quest to integrate Google+ into their most popular products, such as Search, Gmail, YouTube, Local, and Wallet, is paying off as active monthly users continue to grow . That said, Google+ is low on the priority lists of most nonprofits.
HOW TO: Respond to Trolls and Difficult Personalities on Social Media
The rapid rise of mobile and social media has directly correlated with a rise in Internet trolls -individuals whose sole purpose is to rant, vent, and incite discord. Most users of mobile and social media have come to recognize a troll and ignore rather engage them.
Top 10 Tweets From the 2014 Cause Marketing Forum
Thanks to a partnership with the Public Interest Registry, Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good was able to report live from the Cause Marketing Forum (Storified) last week in Chicago, IL. When reviewing the hundreds of tweets using the #CMF2014 hashtag, one obvious theme emerged - tweets with images are retweeted significantly more often than text-only tweets.
Wealthy Americans Are Giving Less Of Their Incomes To Charity, While Poor Are Donating More
In the wake of the Great Recession, the richest Americans are donating less to charity, while the poorest are giving more, according to a new study. In a report released today, the Chronicle of Philanthropy found that Americans who earned at least $200,000 gave nearly 5% less to charity in 2012 than in 2006.