More Insecure Content Blocked By Google Chrome

Byte Technology

These pages have “Mixed Content”, which is a page loaded securely via HTTPS, but pulls in elements from a non-secure locations. You’ll see an insecure icon like in the image below in your browser that says “insecure content blocked” Why is this important?

Be the Voice Your Members Want to Hear—A Content Strategy Makes It Happen

.orgSource

If imposing this level of discipline seems daunting, a content […]. The post Be the Voice Your Members Want to Hear—A Content Strategy Makes It Happen appeared first on.orgSource. Siloed organizations used to be hard to manage; today, they are a real business liability.

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Employee Volunteering Content Roundup

sgEngage

As we take this time to recognize the importance volunteering has in our lives and communities, we wanted to round up some of our favorite volunteer-focused content we have published over the last few years: 60-Second Interview with HCA on Skills-Based Volunteerism.

Repurposing Conference Content with Your Member Community

Cadmium CD

There are many ways you can extend the life cycle of your event’s content using your online community, from sharing session content over time to creating challenges for community members to share their event experiences. Could you monetize this content directly or indirectly?

More Insecure Content Blocked By Google Chrome

Byte Technology

These pages have “Mixed Content”, which is a page loaded securely via HTTPS, but pulls in elements from a non-secure locations. You’ll see an insecure icon like in the image below in your browser that says “insecure content blocked” Why is this important?

How Sitecore Content Hub™ Can Help Content Marketers

Velir

Right now, organizations everywhere are working to align their brand goals with their marketing. They’re doing that while also trying to digitize their processes. This requires integrating new digital tools, which can be difficult to do.

Why You Need a Content Strategy

Forum One

It’s not enough to build a new website—organizations need to create meaningful, cohesive, and sustainable content to attract and engage audiences. With a well-thought-out content strategy. What your content strategy is—and is not. Benefits of a content strategy.

How Water.org Adapted Their Social Media Content Strategy in Response to COVID-19

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Moree Lambeth , Senior Content Creator at Water.org. The current social media environment has caused non-profit marketers to re-evaluate their content aware of the acute conversations being had on every channel, at a global level.

5 Content Marketing Success Stories Your Nonprofit Needs to Imitate

NetWits

Yesterday we talked about the importance of content marketing for nonprofits. Create content that attracts the audience you’re targeting with the goal of getting them to interact with you. Knowing that it can be tough to execute on we thought we’d give you a few examples of nonprofits effectively using content marketing as a key part of their online strategy. Here are 5 nonprofit content marketing examples. Now that’s content marketing in action!

Lethal Generosity and a Simple 5 Step Content Marketing Plan for Your Nonprofit

NetWits

Content Marketing takes lethal generosity if you want to succeed. If you’re a nonprofit thinking about content marketing then put the “ Lethal Generosity ” concept into your plans. Simply put, lethal generosity = giving away content that’s useful to your audience in order to build trust, respect and goodwill. First , understand the challenges of content marketing for nonprofits. Fourth , get creative with your content creation.

5 Content Marketing Tips That Yield Donors

TechImpact

Content marketing is constantly transforming the information we produce and consume. Putting out content, however, does not automatically lead to more money for your business. The post 5 Content Marketing Tips That Yield Donors appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. General content marketing data database donation donations donors nonprofit nonprofit technology nonprofits npTech social media technology

Nonprofit Content Marketing: Blogging  Benchmarks and Best Practices 2021

TechSoup

It's not surprising that 2021 is expected to be a busy year. To succeed, nonprofit organizations need to continue to manage the challenges of staying connected to their existing member base while reaching new audiences through the already crowded digital landscape online.

Nonprofit Content Creation: Back-To-The Basics of the Writing Process

Bloomerang

So, you want to write new content; or maybe you need to write new content. Now that you have your story content , you can go back and revise. However, a word of caution, don’t let your need to be perfect keep you from completing your content. The Writing Process.

Repurposing Conference Content with Your Member Community

Cadmium CD

There are many ways you can extend the life cycle of your event’s content using your online community, from sharing session content over time to creating challenges for community members to share their event experiences. Could you monetize this content directly or indirectly?

Content Strategy for Digital Collections: Archives, Libraries, and Museums

Forum One

To do this effectively, content strategy for digital collections is a necessary piece that is able to streamline the approach of how these institutions shape and expand their roles as modern resources. Enter content strategist as digital curator. Using data to optimize content.

Why Content Marketing is the Key to Your Nonprofits Online Success

NetWits

It got me thinking about how content is used by nonprofits to help them connect with the right audience online. In essence, Joe points out the fact that great content is the tool that moves hearts and inspire action online. The concept of creating content to engage with your audience isn’t new, especially in the nonprofit world, but it is becoming more and more critical when it comes to creating success online. What’s content marketing?

5 Ways to Supercharge Your Organization’s Web Content

Connection Cafe

There is a direct link between the content your constituents are consuming on your website and how they feel about you as an organization. Here are Five Tips for Creating Effective Web Content. Listen to the sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 175: 10 Tips to Supercharge Your Content.

Higher Education Content Strategy 101: The Fundamentals

Connection Cafe

The amount of digital content coming out of various departments and through various channels (website, social media, etc.) requires a solid content strategy. So, how do you define your content strategy? What is Content Strategy? Content strategy is a guide.

Want To Innovate? Don’t Get Too Comfortable

.orgSource

Uncategorized @orgcommunity @orgsource #assnchat #assnconsult #association40 #content #contentstrategy #orgsherry #sherryconnects

4 Strategies For Successful Nonprofit Content Marketing

TechImpact

In a previous post , we talked about why your nonprofit had to start actively engaging in content marketing. Strategies to ensure your nonprofit’s content marketing campaigns were not only effective and efficient, but successful and delivered on all those great benefits. Here are 4 strategies to ensure your nonprofit’s content marketing campaign is meetings its goals. It is one thing to start creating content and putting your nonprofit’s emblem on it.

Worth a Look: Scoop.it Digital Content Tool

Amy Sample Ward

So when Scoop.it , a new content curation platform, hit the web recently, the #CommBuild network seemed like the perfect place to try it out. In fact, the web is so full of information that many organizations are finding it useful to pull together topic-specific content on the web and make it available in one place. positions every user as a content curator. You can “scoop” content (add it to your topic page) from the Scoop.it How do you collect and share content now?

7 tools to make content creation for your nonprofit easier

Socialbrite

While content creation may sound challenging with a limited staff and resources, it can pay off in a big way if you use the right tools. Below we outline seven tools and resources you can use for free or minimal cost as part of your organization’s content creation strategy.

10 Steps to Improve Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Content Calendar in 2019

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A new year brings new goals and now is the perfect time to plan your social media content calendar for 2019. A content calendar is the link between posting daily on social media and a social media strategy. It will help you stay organized by planning your content in advance, without being overwhelmed by last-minute deadlines. A social media content calendar will help you to stay on track by planning ahead what you need to post and when.

Who Should Be on Your Content Squad?

Connection Cafe

Content is the gateway drug of small organizations.” – Gary Vaynerchuk. Your organization probably needs to create more content than it is right now. You need quality content for others to critique. Good content brings conversions. Your Content Squad.

Serving Up Satisfying Website Content

Wild Apricot

Here are some tips and resources to help you serve up satisfying website content. website content-management

Content Curation Primer

Beth Kanter

What is Content Curation? Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme. A content curator cherry picks the best content that is important and relevant to share with their community. Content curators have integrated this skill into their daily routine. Why is Content Curation Valuable? ContentPhoto by Stuck in Customs.

3 Ways To Create Better Content Marketing

TechImpact

Create content that your target audience cares about, and can use in their every day life. Nonprofits everywhere understand the importance of content marketing, but content marketing can be harder than it seems. Unfortunately, you can’t just wave a magic wand and immediately have great content that everyone cares about and wants to interact with. that’s been stocked with content. The premise seems simple enough.

How to Create a Culture of Content

See3

Johnston, Marketing Associate at Sprout Social, talks about what it takes to create a culture of content at nonprofits. The post How to Create a Culture of Content appeared first on The See3 Blog. strategy content content marketing culture storytellingAlicia B.

Is it “Mobile First” or “Content First”?

NTEN

Mobile is simply one more way to connect to your audiences through content. Without powerful, useful, usable content, channels don’t matter. You have to get your content right, and that requires content strategy. Communications content marketing content strategy mobile Mobile responsive Strategy Communications Kristina Halvorson. Brain Traffic. Mobile doesn’t matter. Mobile first!”

Does it make better sense to buy an LMS with the content or without content?

Gyrus

One needs to understand the importance of Included Content in an LMS and other factors that matter The decision to buy an LMS needs thorough research.

6 steps to Devise an Effective Content Strategy for Your Nonprofit

Donorbox

Content is king. An effective content strategy for nonprofits of every type and category can prove to be highly successful at receiving a good amount of donations by reaching people who are eager to help. So marketers say.

Why Nonprofit Content Marketers Are Turning to Podcasts

TechImpact

There are many types of mediums content marketers use for their non-profits, but one unlikely candidate organizations are turning to is the podcast. The post Why Nonprofit Content Marketers Are Turning to Podcasts appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. General content calendars content marketing nonprofit technology npTech podcast social media technology website

Optimize Your Nonprofit’s Content Marketing

TechImpact

Bill Gates famously wrote in 1996 that content will be king on the Internet one day. Despite his prophecy, Microsoft today still does not have a juggernaut content department, and is still focused on creating software. Whether his vision for what Internet content would be in 1996 was, we may never know. Marketers initially feared alienating the consumer by engaging them on social media, or by masking their advertorial content in the form of native advertising.

Do You Have a Membership Content Strategy?

Wild Apricot

What is a content strategy and how does it apply to small membership organizations? member communication Content-strategy

How You Can Leverage Ephemeral Content

NonProfit Hub

Ephemeral content has become an important tool for improving nonprofit communications in 2020. Exemplified by Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram Stories, ephemeral content includes photos and videos that are available for only a short time. Pair Ephemeral Content With CTAs.

3 Alarming Stats About Nonprofit Content Marketing

TechImpact

The simple truth is, your nonprofit needs to be engaging in content marketing. Content marketing is for whatever you make it. It all comes down to what content you make public, and what your goals are. 92% of nonprofits use content marketing. Content marketing is broadly defined as the creation of any media with the intention of acquiring customers, donors, or volunteers. 25% of nonprofit professionals have a documented content strategy.

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Blog Redesign: The Content You Want

Amy Sample Ward

Redesign topic #1: The Content You Want. For today’s topic, I want to talk about the kind of content that is interesting to you and keeps you coming back for more. Figuring that piece out means that Matt and I will be able to highlight content for you, design the site to feature what you’re after, and even help me write more of the interesting stuff! Focus: What is the content you come here for most? Focus: What elements would make content easiest to find?

How To Increase Content Creation Without Hiring More Writers

TechImpact

One of the biggest concerns digital marketers have is creating enough interesting, engaging content for their organizations. Growing your content marketing capabilities by adding in another person can be expensive and one person may not even be […]. The post How To Increase Content Creation Without Hiring More Writers appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology.

Content Marketing for Nonprofits [Survey]

Connection Cafe

Content marketing isn’t a widely used term in the nonprofit and charity world. Kivi Leroux Miller is out there evangelizing content marketing. I’ve shared some thoughts here on npENGAGE as well as other publications about how nonprofits are doing content marketing. But, in general, the concept of strategically using great content to attract, engage and retain constituents (i.e. On the other hand, nonprofits produce and use content all the time!

The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 175: 10 Tips to Supercharge Your Content

Connection Cafe

Content is at the heart of how your constituents engage online. But getting top-notch quality and performance from content isn’t always easy. Nyleva Corley, principal user experience designer at Blackbaud, talks all about how to get the most from your content on today’s episode.

11 Blog Content Ideas for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Still, understand that the content your nonprofit blog publishes, the higher your ROI. Nonprofits that work in international development, disaster relief, or wildlife conservation often do this sort of storytelling in print materials and website articles, but it also works extremely well as blog content. Your nonprofit should set a goal of publishing a minimum of four lists per year, and it’s worth noting that these lists make great content for e-newsletters as well.

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Is Curation Included In Your Content Strategy?

Wild Apricot

Here are some thoughts on curating content for your members as part of a content strategy. Content-strategy

Watch Your Content: Protecting Your Website Against Copyright Infringement

Byte Technology

So it’s little surprise that the massive proliferation of online resources has spawned a major problem: protecting website content from copyright infringement in the form of plagiarism or outright theft. Enacted in 1998, it’s the law of the digital land, protecting all content published online under the same copyright laws enjoyed by musical artists, novelists, videographers etc. Thankfully, there are preventative measures you can take to protect your web content copyrights.