Disclaimers can be made up of statements covering different aspects of your business. Below are some sample statements that can be used for each aspect independently. To make up your disclaimer, select applicable statements and include these in your disclaimer.
On April 25, social sector marketers, fundraisers, thought leaders, and other nonprofit professionals from across the GTA convened at the Art Gallery of Ontario for Digital Leap 2017. Hosted by Stephen Thomas Ltd and CAF America, Digital Leap provided participants with invaluable insights, ideas, and resources for creating effective digital marketing strategies.
TechSoup Canada was there on the ground, and we were thrilled to have the opportunity to learn from such a talented group of people. Here are a few of the lessons that stuck with us.
As a savvy nonprofit worker, you already know that you should be on social media. You might even know that you should have a strategy, segment your market, and plan your resources. But what about that most important of all resources: human resources?
On April 13th, 2016, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) partnered with TechSoup Canada and the NetSquared network to help Canadian nonprofits, charities and libraries learn how they can take ownership and build their brand online (by choosing a .CA domain), and we’re excited to share the impact of this campaign with you!
Email can sometimes be a distraction or an excuse to escape from your work. It feels productive to check your email every few minutes, but it takes time away from other important tasks. If you check your email during a scheduled break instead, you’ll be in a better position to stay on top of your responsibilities. And getting to ‘inbox zero’ is an effective approach.
As we return feeling refreshed from the holidays, we wanted to start the New Year right by learning from our top ten blogs of 2016. Planning to put on your own webinar? Looking to increase your organic reach on Facebook? We gathered ten tips that will teach you something you can apply to your day-to-day work. We hope you find them useful!
In nonprofit communications, we interview colleagues and other professionals to uncover stories for case studies or internal communications - or to gather useful information for our organization. This primer will help you to prepare and execute quality, journalistic interviews to bring out interesting and personal stories that will support your nonprofit’s work.
By: Susan A. Knight, Freelance Writer and Technology Support Specialist
Every day, more than 200 billion emails are sent worldwide. Ideally, email benefits an organization by facilitating communications and supporting workflows. In reality, the steady flow of incoming messages throughout the day can quickly become overwhelming and counterproductive. Left unchecked, employees may start to experience increased pressure and decreased productivity.
In my previous blog post, I wrote about how you can find the email address of a potential donor, almost instantly.
Excited to have discovered such a tool, you may have looked up the email address of an important potential donor and spent the entire morning drafting and revising an email to send them.
But you realized there is no way to know whether this potential donor will open and read your email. Wouldn’t it be helpful to know whether or not you got their attention?