Creating the Perfect Editorial Calendar – A Cinderella Story

Connection Cafe

The Google Calendar crammed with notes to share this on social and send that email. We’ve tried piecing together editorial calendars and sharing them with the team for feedback, only to watch them get edited to shreds. Unite your team around the calendar and watch the magic happen.

Keep Your School On Track with This Handy Calendar

Connection Cafe

While certain things don’t need to happen at specific times, it is helpful to create a calendar for yourself as a guide. Stay on track with these recommendations. Every school is different, so adapt your calendar to fit your school’s needs but order is important!

The 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

EveryAction

In the past year, thousands of nonprofit pros took advantage of our definitive Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar, and we're so excited to share our brand new 2016 list! 2015 - 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar. Get the calendar now!

5 Ideas for Your 2018 Social Media Editorial Calendar

SocialFish

This will help you effectively spread these questions around for your content and social media marketing teams to include them in their editorial calendars. Here are a few resources to help: Professional holidays: Wikipedia calendar. Awareness days and months : Awareness calendar.

The 2016 - 2017 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

Everyaction

Thousands of nonprofit pros rely on our annual Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar to discover skill-building, strategy-slaying, network-enhancing nonprofit events. 2016 - 2017 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar.

Get Your Content Marketing on Track with an Editorial Calendar

NonProfit Hub

One way to get organized and more strategic is to use an editorial calendar. An editorial calendar provides you with a broad overview of your whole content marketing plan and outlines exactly what needs to be completed when. Make your calendar shareable.

Creating An Editorial Calendar For Your Nonprofit

TechImpact

And the best way to organize and maintain a blog, is by developing an editorial calendar. Editorial calendars organize posting times, dates, topic, location, and analytics. With each group comes a different message, which might not be easily displayed in a single editorial calendar.

5 Ideas for Your 2018 Social Media Editorial Calendar

SocialFish

This will help you effectively spread these questions around for your content and social media marketing teams to include them in their editorial calendars. Here are a few resources to help: Professional holidays: Wikipedia calendar. Awareness days and months : Awareness calendar.

If You Do Nothing Else, Use An Editorial Calendar and Measurement for Your Digital Strategy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of the fun exercises I facilitated is a “Fishbowl” where a small group of participants go through the process of generating ideas for an editorial calendar based on their key goals and audience definition. The 2014 LightBox Collaborative Editorial Calendar has arrived!

Turning to Strategy after the Audit: A Calendar of Activities

BoardAssist

Turning to Strategy after the Audit: A Calendar of Activities. The calendar also answers such questions as: When should I be engaging the audit firm for next year? The post Turning to Strategy after the Audit: A Calendar of Activities appeared first on BoardAssist.

Sunrise Calendar App: Stay on Top of Your Busy Schedule

Tech Soup Blog

I decided to try out the Sunrise calendar app for iOS to see if it can help me stay in check. This free app synchronizes event information from your various social media and calendar accounts into one sleek display.

DIY Social Media Management

Amy Sample Ward

Track your organization and your cause. Create a shared tracking space for your team or whole organization. Supports tracking and analysis for message and call to action response. Content Calendar. Why create a content calendar? Supports tracking and segmenting.

New Feature: Frogloop Nonprofit Events Calendar - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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frogloop Home frogloop Home Receive monthly updates Subscribe to our RSS feed Follow frogloop on Twitter Most Popular Posts Social Network ROI Calculator Social Networking for Nonprofits: ROI, Tracking Tools and More "While Theyre Hot!" I hope you find the calendar useful.

What Email Spam Rates Mean for Your #GivingTuesday Fundraising Campaign

The Science Behind Engaging your Supporters

Email deliverability is an important metric for nonprofit fundraisers and digital staff to track, especially in the time leading up to major digital fundraising days, such as Giving Tuesday.

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[WEBINAR] Start a Fire in Your Social Network

SocialFish

Get a better idea of what success looks like for association communities, and what metrics are worth benchmarking and tracking. Mark Your Calendars SocialFish News

Two ways to get social at #AUDC13

SocialFish

What tools are helping you track progress? Are you tracking and scoring influencers? Industry Insider Mark Your CalendarsI’m super excited to head off to AUDC , Avectra’s Users and Developers Conference in Orlando on Sunday. Will you be there?

LAST CHANCE to bring SocialFish in at 2012 rates

SocialFish

Do you need a “gut check” to make sure you’re on the right track? Featured Mark Your Calendars SocialFish NewsAre you an association or nonprofit who’s been doing social media work for a while?

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4 Ways Colleges Use Technology To Increase Campus Engagement

Everyaction

There are a variety of technologies available to help Student Activities professionals excel in their work, particularly Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) databases that allow easy tracking and management of campus events and general student involvement.

Better Data, Better Donors

Everyaction

Working in major gifts means tracking relationships, points of contact, and data with multiple high-level donors. It’s a lot to keep track off and while it’s easy to get bogged down in the day to day details, major gifts is all about the long game. Every major gifts team needs more than just a series of spreadsheets to keep track of everything. Grouping your data by the number of days until the submission deadline to help you build out a calendar in planning you next steps.

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6 Steps to a SMART New Year

Connection Cafe

Step 4: Create Goal Calendars. For each area, create a calendar to make sure everyone knows what’s expected for each month (or even week or day). Consider these calendars: A central communications calendar informs everyone the ways your organization is communicating to supporters.

Get Your Winter Issue of npENGAGE Magazine Today!

Connection Cafe

The latest winter issue is chock-full of ideas to get your organization on the right track for 2015. Our printable 2015 calendar includes major fundraising dates and tips to improve your performance each month. Read the full issue and download your FREE calendar!

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3 Ways Workplace Giving Software Saves Time for Medium and Large Businesses

Givinga

Researching and vetting charities, administering matching gift programs, tracking activity, and calculating impact can take up a significant portion of your staff’s time. For example, top corporate philanthropy platforms provide automated matching gift tools, activity tracking, and reporting.

End-of-Year Planning: 7 Things to Get Done this October

Connection Cafe

Plan your email schedule – Get dates on the calendar for mid November through end of December. Figure out tracking results – Too many times, nonprofits can’t decipher whether gifts came from the homepage, email, social media, or somewhere else.

4 Tech Solutions To Better Collaboration For Nonprofits

TechImpact

Collaborative meetings and deadlines can be easily tracked with a shared calendar. Invite team members to join events and meetings, create tasks, and schedule reminders to keep your nonprofit on track to complete its goals. Image courtesy of The Journal.

5 Ways to Protect Your Nonprofit’s Data

Nonprofit Tech for Good

No flashlight app ever needs to track your location or your calendar. Others, like Ghostery and Privacy Badger , will block tracking cookies or web beacons that companies use to track your browsing habits.

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106 Free or Low-Cost Online Tools and Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Loomly is an online social media calendar that allows multiple users to collaborate from one master calendar. RiteTag allows you to track in real-time the performance of your campaign hashtags. The internet is loaded with amazing free or low-cost tools and resources!

Resource Roundup 7/17 | Idealware

Idealware

Skip to Main Content Area Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Software Decisions Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Resource Roundup 7/17 By Laura Quinn , July 17, 2007 Google Announces Apps Ed Edition Now Free for Nonprofits ( NTEN ) Google announces that the Google Apps package of email, documents, and calendar, plus support and APIs , is now available to nonprofits without charge.

One Thing Most Nonprofits Stink at (Donor Retention) and How You Can Change It in 2019

Connection Cafe

This year they are on-track to break the 70% retention barrier and have already bested their stretch fundraising goal for the year. Creating a communications calendar with a minimum of 12 touches per year.

AI for Nonprofits and Social Good: Link Roundup

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We are tracking the conversation and resources about AI and Nonprofits and social good. Woven is a Calendar Assistant You Might Actually Use AI-enhanced meeting scheduler tools are a growing area.

6 Clever Mobile Apps Created by Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

United Nations Calendar of Observances. The UN Calendar of Observances app provides details of UN observances as well as ways to get involved in related events.

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Frustrated with online project management tools

Judi Sohn

Gantt and/or clear calendar view that includes milestones and multi-day phases - bonus if it syncs with Google Calendar. For teams that are tracking a year-long editorial and strategy calendar for fundraising campaigns? We already schedule meetings in Google Calendar.

4 Steps to Creating Your Nonprofit’s Storytelling Strategy

Connection Cafe

As you look at your 2017 calendar, begin by designating the most important dates for your organization. I recommend creating a master spreadsheet or document of all the important dates throughout the year and keep track of the key opportunities for your nonprofit to insert its voice. It could be something as simple as a Word document or a shared calendar. Or you could opt to use something like Trello or Asana to track and manage your storytelling plan.

Cool Social Tools: Ravetree

SocialFish

Usually these views are coupled with a mention of Facebook or Google, and references to “data mining” and “browser tracking.” Their search results are relevant, and they operate on a “Do Not Track” policy.

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10 Tips to Jumpstart Your Nonprofit Social Media Plan

Connection Cafe

Test your messages – use different messages and calls to action, track trends and iterate the most effective techniques. Author: Jordan Viator.

3, 2, 1… How to Successfully Launch a Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Campaign

Connection Cafe

Building Your Communications Calendar. Tracking Your Progress. Be sure to have a tool in place to track your campaign’s progress.

Frustrated with online project management tools

Judi Sohn

Gantt and/or clear calendar view that includes milestones and multi-day phases - bonus if it syncs with Google Calendar. For teams that are tracking a year-long editorial and strategy calendar for fundraising campaigns? We already schedule meetings in Google Calendar.

Your Evolution to Multi-channel

Connection Cafe

Calendar-based campaigning. No calendar and/or campaign coordination. Coordinated : You’ve conquered the structural challenges and are seeing results but can’t track cause and effect as well as you need to. Author: Jennifer Atkins. Multi-channel! Multi-channel! Multi-channel! It's all the rage but do you know where how close your organization is to achieving it?

Bullet Journaling for Nonprofit Professionals

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Bullet Journal (BuJo) started as “an analog system to track the past, organize the present and plan for the future.” Basically, you take a notebook and a pen, and make it your calendar, journal and planner. Establish and track daily habits.

Best Tips to Rock your Online Presence

Frogloop

Create a broad annual online marketing calendar, which lays out the major marketing initiatives, campaigns, and priorities for the entire year. Review the upcoming month in the annual online marketing calendar.

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6 Strategies For The Post-Implementation Of Nonprofit Technology

TechImpact

Keep track of future upgrades, department needs, and the allocation of resources. Detailed records and calendars will help you execute the post-implementation process with regular staff check-ins and demonstrations. Image courtesy of Planet Side 2.

5 Tips to Catapult Your Social Media Plan

NonProfit Hub

Create a content calendar. It will help you keep track of what you’re posting to which platform and better plan what you’re going to be posting in the future. A content calendar will keep you accountable and organized with your social strategy.

Your Ultimate Year-End Giving Guide

NonProfit Hub

Rejoice, fundraisers—after months of hearing “I only give toward the end of the calendar year,” donors are finally in the spirit of giving. Create a calendar indicating when you plan to reach out to donors, post on social media, send out emails, etc.

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Happy, Focused, and Productive: There Is An App for That!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This tool, which works with Google Calendar, let’s you export your calendar information to a spreadsheet. Idonethis – A simple app that helps you and your team track what’s been done. Image by Ayyamsyria.