I took this photo at an American Red Cross event. There are many great sources of advice for how to use social media to help marketing your event. As time progresses, many of these tactics evolve. I have created many a social media event over the years, so here are my six all-time favorite social […]
If you’re reading this blog post, there’s a good chance you’re using social media to create awareness for your cause and have maybe even conducted a few online fundraising campaigns. For you, this blog post might simply be a confirmation for how you’ve been approaching each channel, or a place where you can add your
YouTube is conducting a one-day educational workshop in San Francisco on April 2nd to help nonprofits get more from their use of YouTube. It’s open to all organizations that are part of the YouTube Nonprofit Program. “We want to help non-profits turn their view counts into actions — dollars raised, petitions signed,” YouTube spokesperson Jessica Mason told
Aside from creating content on a blog and interacting with users on Facebook and Twitter, nonprofits (and individual fundraisers alike) can benefit from telling your story through video. Allyson Kapin from RAD Campaign and Women Who Tech, talks about the benefits of creating a video and the tools already available to enhance your online fundraising.
Image by frefran “1 in 4 emails turns into a donation.” This is what a recent Blackbaud study on social fundraising found based on its own “Friends Asking Friends” social fundraising model. Blackbaud, with the help of @shanesnow, developed an intriguing infographic to capture this and other key findings that represent the evolution of the