In the face of greater amounts of available information than ever before, nonprofits must shake their fear and act decisively.
Nonprofit data geeks across the interwebs rejoiced last week with the release of the 2013 eNonprofits Benchmarks study.
Technology can support a multitude of nonprofit communication efforts, but a content calendar, the right staffing support, and the right tools are required to make it all sing.
Pinterest has announced that it is now offering a web-based analytics tool. For nonprofits looking to understand and measure their social media engagement, this offers a new arrow to that quiver.
What are nonprofits measuring in order to understand whether our social media engagement activities are getting us what we want and need to achieve our missions?
Many crowdfunding projects are “one and done,” such as a musician’s production of an album. But how can you harness the power of crowdfunding for ongoing nonprofit service delivery?