The Internet may not have turned out to be everything charities (and the rest of the world) thought it would be 10 years ago. However, Harry Lynch, CFRE, chief executive officer of Sanky Communications in New York, reminds fundraisers that they shouldn’t forget what the Internet h … [Read more...] about Online Fundraising In 2008: Can We Blink Yet?
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Has your non-profit taken the the next step and started posting to a blog? If so, do you find yourself looking for readers and subscribers? The same fundraising principle that advocates putting the donor first can also be applied to blogging. Blog about subjects that your … [Read more...] about Putting The Donor First: Blogging Edition
I first met Matt Barr last summer at the opening night event for the inaugural season of the cutting edge Creative Zionism incubator. I admit it; I just could not get my head around his concept of using rap to teach Bible stories. Was I wrong! Almost a year later, Matt has a … [Read more...] about The Pesach Rap
Or, do all organizations with a blog need a policy? How do you determine when a nonprofit blogging policy is needed? How do organizations create policies? Here's a story from behind the firewall of a large nonprofit organization - the names and particulars have been … [Read more...] about Do You Have a Blog Policy?
Which of these situations are all too familiar? 1) People call your organization asking for assistance with issues you don't focus on, because they confuse your nonprofit with another nonprofit. 2) You don’t have an “elevator speech” because it’s just too hard to explain what … [Read more...] about Branding 101