In this post, we focus on a valuable strategy for making the most of content that has already been published with a look at content repurposing.
Famed football coach Lou Holtz once said, “It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it.” Nonprofit managers are actually a lot like football players, when you think about it. But, they have less padding to keep them comfortable. They have to be quick on their feet, willing to adapt to a new game plan, and they have to be willing to charge forward even in the face of uncertainty.
For decades, nonprofit organizations have championed equity—the idea that everyone should have equitable access to the tools needed to build a fulfilling life. Yet it’s only recently that many have adopted language that truly reflects this commitment. Nonprofits are transforming their messaging because they know that something needs to change. They are making big gains, yet many communities are still unable meet their basic needs. At the same time, public discourse around social issues has become increasingly divisive.
Today, our Storytelling for Nonprofits series takes a look at the inspiring and growing movement of solutions storytelling.
It’s no secret that nonprofit organizations face lots of technological challenges. Nonprofits have low budgets. They have to be careful with their finances. They tend to rely on older computers, lots of paperwork, and time consuming data entry. Nonprofits are often looking for new ways to improve their workforce management. The answer? Automation - in a number of areas.
Communication is key for improving engagement. You want your donors and stakeholders to be able to get in touch with you quickly and easily. You’ve likely already invested in a VoIP landline and live chat software. Now it’s time to start automating things. Enter chatbots.
Our Storytelling for Nonprofits series continues with a look at the rapidly growing world of podcasts, a media format with a lot of potential that remains largely untapped by nonprofits.
There are many reasons for nonprofits to get familiar with video-based storytelling. In this post, we explore the elements of effective storytelling, as well as the tech tools & tips you need to produce your very own video content.
When it comes to moving forward with your planned event in this time of uncertainty during a worldwide pandemic, transitioning to a virtual event is one of the safest and most cost-effective options your nonprofit can consider.
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