I’ve had a busy few weeks – Limmud UK along with a series of meetings and presentations in London. The most popular subject of discussion (after the economy’s effect on philanthropy) is how organizations can best utilize social media to advance their agendas. Questions on marketing through Facebook, and blogs, were high on everyone’s list.
This is why we established an on-line Resource Library. In our article links section, we bring you informative, current links to nonprofit blogs and trade publications that we hope will assist you in staying current on the newest global trends and technology while at the same time providing guidance in evaluating concepts and tools for your own organization.
Here are our latest additions; we encourage you to check back often as new links are added on a regular basis.
Here are five classic Confucian quotes that are vital to remember if you want a successful blog.
Brainstorming is one of the most powerful creative techniques ever devised. When used properly, it can produce more and better ideas than any other process. It’s based on the concept that two heads (or three, or four, or more) are better than one.
… But brainstorming is not about executing ideas. It’s simply about coming up with ideas. And it is almost always more productive as a group activity.
So what makes a better donation page? While every organization gets different results on different pages, these are some of the variables that seem to make a difference for many organizations.
A favicon (short for favorites icon) is a small graphic or icon associated with a website or blog. It appears when you type a URL into your address bar, on the tab of your web browser and in your favorites list.
Choosing the right website vendor is critical to the success of online and offline initiatives for many nonprofits, but it can be a daunting task.