Consider these four values to create an authentic public image by external communication.
Recent data and experience demonstrate the importance of developing a video strategy for your organization.
A great tool that can help you in efforts to build and maintain a great website.
The difference between making a video and making an impact.
Why do some nonprofit videos motivate donors more than others?
According to the third annual Reel SEO Video Marketing Survey, 93% of marketing professionals used video as part of their strategy in 2013, and 71% increased their video spend from 2012 levels.
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As you plan your next annual report, take a few minute to consider these new approaches.
Kivi Leroux Miller shares 10 mistakes nonprofits make when writing printed nonprofit annual reports.
Knight Foundation recently published the Giving Day Playbook, a comprehensive, how-to guide geared toward putting on a 24-hour campaign. Here, co-author Kari Dunn Saratovsky writes about getting the word out.
It is clear to everyone in the nonprofit world that video is a critical communications tool. Video is everywhere, online and on mobile. YouTube alone delivers four billion video views a day. How nonprofits can effectively use video is less clear – questions of how to produce compelling video, how to measure video’s effectiveness and how to budget for it still loom large.
Video is everywhere online and on mobile, and nonprofits know that it is a critical communications tool. How nonprofits can effectively use video is less clear. This benchmark report and guide is the first to examine how and what nonprofits are doing with video and what best practices have emerged.