Did you know that we offer Facebook ads to our Causes? And the best part of all — they’re free!
So you wrote a script, shot, and edited your video... now what? This week on “The Art of Storytelling” we’ll tell you how to promote your video and make your premiere a smashing success.
In part two of this two-part series, we focus on specific functions, tools, and other elements that should be a part of every nonprofit website.
Nonprofit websites should be optimized to function beautifully for their donors. Learn the most important design elements of successful nonprofit Web design.
Nonprofit emails are in a state of limbo. If you're looking to convert one-time donors into donating a second time (or recurring!), a monthly newsletter probably isn't going to cut it. You need content that's exciting, personalized, and actionable.
Donors don’t always realize that these programs exist, and if they are aware, they’re not familiar with the guidelines on how to submit a request.
It’s no secret that infographics have exploded on social media within the last five to 10 years. But divulging information within a visual context is no new thing.
There’s a lot to be said for word-of-mouth event promotion. But at the end of the day, promotion is about getting the most people available to act.
We put together this handy little guide on how Facebook reviews advertisements, and some best practices to make them as aesthetically pleasing as they are inspiring.
Click & Pledge started as a side project. It’s not a widely known origin story, but back in 2000, the local United Way in Blacksburg, Virginia, tried to find new ways to raise funds. Something easy for those who wanted [...]