Maximize your nonprofit's capital campaign success by strategically utilizing social media: defining clear objectives, understanding your audience, selecting the right platforms, crafting compelling content, actively engaging, promoting shareable CTAs, leveraging paid advertising, and continually adjusting based on analytics.
As a fundraiser, you know that building and maintaining relationships with your donors is key to success. And in today's world, that means using social media. LinkedIn is a powerful tool that can help you connect with potential and current donors, cultivate relationships, and solicit donations. Here are 5 tips to use LinkedIn in your major donor strategy.
The ability to build a strategy and execute it is what separates the good from the great. How to build an effective social media strategy for your nonprofit isn't always clear. In this series, I'm going to help you build a social media strategy.
Twitter can be a great tool for fundraising, but only if it's used correctly. In this blog post, we'll show you how to use twitter to raise money for your cause.
Facebook fundraising can be a nice supplemental revenue source for your nonprofit. A challenge is that you only receive contact information for people who opt-in. Learn how to download the list of Facebook Fundraiser donors.
You must acquire new donors to survive. How many donors do you lose a year? Figuring out your donor attrition rate is a crucial metric that can determine the longevity of your charity. If you aren't acquiring enough new donors to make up for the ones you lose, your nonprofit's revenue will start to decline.
Facebook continues to update their post algorithm and for a long time photo posts performed the best of all post types. Marketers quickly identified this trend and started moving many of their post types to photo posts. This has resulted in a glut of photo posts and Facebook has altered the algorithm once again and