Wed.Jul 10, 2019

10 Ways to Make Your Nonprofit’s Fundraising More Social

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Tereza Litsa , Social Media Manager at Lightful , a simple social media management platform for nonprofits. Online fundraising is becoming more popular each year. It is offering new opportunities for nonprofits to improve their fundraising success while trying out new channels.

Hello Museum World!

Museum 2.0

Hello World! Or maybe hello museum world! I feel a bit like a child walking around in someone else’s, slightly bigger shoes taking over this wonderful blog. The metaphor certainly works in terms of filling big shoes. But, I like that metaphor for another reason.

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FAFSA Renewal

SocialFish

FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. If you are a student requiring financial aid, you must start by filling out this form, and submitting it to your college. This will open for you many doors of getting financial aid.

The Next Big Thing in Learning Management Systems

Gyrus

E-learning has considerably changed the way we learn and access knowledge online. With its ever-growing demand, reports assume that the e-learning global market would reach $331 billion by 2025.

Discover Student Loans

SocialFish

Discover student loans provide a great back up in case the federal loan you received is unable to cover all of your college fees. They also provide for you options to refinance your loans, if you are overwhelmed at competitive interest rates.

11 Signs That You Need An SEO Audit

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Both websites and SEO strategies should always be kept updated to ensure everything is on the correct path. When left unchecked, outdated strategies and website design will have a negative effect on a brand’s online marketing goals. This is where the SEO Washington DC company suggests an SEO audit.

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50 Leadership Tips In 132 Pages

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The authors of this leadership book recommend that you don't read their book cover to cover. But, if you're like me, you'll read the book that way. That's because I found, The Little Book of Leadership Development , by Scott J.