Nonprofit Professionals: Don’t Let Email Spoil Your Summer Vacation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

And according to recent poll s, some 62% of people check their work email while on vacation. Happy Healthy Nonprofit Mindfulness ResilienceMobile phones and 24/7 connectivity blur the lines between personal and work time, especially during summer break or vacation.

How Much Is Nonprofit Workplace Stress Self-Inflicted?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I had participants use an online polling app to type in their answers and it generates a word cloud. ” Happy Healthy Nonprofit Leadership Mindfulness

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How Nonprofit Professionals Can Manage Workplace Stress Triggers

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

As a group, I have participants take an online poll, answering the questions, “What are your workplace stress triggers?” Happy Healthy Nonprofit Leadership Mindfulness ReflectionFlickr Photo by Brittney Bush.

5 Reasons Hotel Concierge Services Should Start Using SMS

Mobile Commons

Sending a text message survey as guests are leaving the hotel is a great way to capture information right away so that the experience is fresh on their minds and doesn’t require them to fill out paperwork or go online.

How To Train Your Attention and Be Effective When Working Online

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

How long can you pay attention when working online before your mind wanders? According to the Statistic Brain site list of attention span stats , in 2000 we had a 12 second attention span compared with an 8 second attention in 2013. Mindfulness Photo by BirgerKing. Take a guess.

Tips for a Successful Software Implementation

Vertex Systems

Keep in mind that many software implementations fail completely. Vertex Systems Poll Recent Articles 16 Twitter Tools for Nonprofits Feb.

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In his mind, she’s the only one that helps him in the polls, and pushes him over 50%, “because that is how you win–get more than 50%.&# Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Do political commentators understand politics? Do political commentators understand politics?

Are you a "nonprofit" or a "charity"? See what Google users think | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Tyme said: Keep in mind, when doing SEO (search engine optimization) and SEM (search engine marketing) for your organization, be sure to use all hyphenate/non-hyphenate versions of the word “nonprofit&# ( nonprofit , non-profit and non profit ; non-profit organization , nonprofit organization , non profit organization ). It’s great to see this insight into the minds of the audience we are all seeking to emote through our missions.

Digg This?

Beaconfire Wire

Maybe you could run a poll on your site for a few weeks and see what your visitors say about their use of social networks. digg icons poll promote reddit Take a look down at the bottom of this post. See all those little icons? You may know what they are for, you may not, but they are something now appear on most blogs and an increasing number of Web sites.

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How to Hype Homecoming Using Social Media

Connection Cafe

If you approach the event with an editorial calendar in mind, homecoming can generate fodder for blog posts, special email blasts, collages, and extra social media posts for the coming months. Run an online poll to find out what people liked and what could be different. Use an anonymous online survey or opt for something more fun such as poll stickers on Instagram stories. Do you need a social media strategy for homecoming? Absolutely! And you’ve probably already got one.

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Can SMBs Afford Workplace Giving Software?

Givinga

Of 1,400 SMB owners polled, more than half (52 percent) said they were donating to charity or had already done so 4. In another poll, 90 percent of SMBs and SBOs planned to give to local organizations 5.

5 Proven Tips for Building Your Nonprofits Email List

NetWits

With that in mind we thought we’d share a few suggestions for getting visitors to subscribe to your email list: 1. Include your events, photos, maps, twitter link, polls, and of course, your email list.

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8 Social Media Marketing Hacks to Ensure Success in 2018

SocialFish

Perhaps this point might seem obvious, but sometimes when you’re overwhelmed, even an obvious hack can be pushed into the innermost recesses of your mind. Conduct polls. Social media polls are excellent hacks in social media marketing.

Some YouTube fans cut TV use | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

That’s according to a recent poll by Harris Interactive. YouTube’s traffic is huge, but it is split among a mind-boggling number of choices. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

By The Numbers: Statistics on Mobile Marketing For Political Campaigns

Mobile Commons

Campaigns spend literally billions of dollars in an effort to capture the hearts and minds of the electorate. A recent survey from the New York Times noted that Obama’s lead in election polls looked significantly stronger in those polls that included cell phones, as opposed to the polls that only included land lines. In polls without cell phones, Obama showed a slim 1.5% But in polls with cell phones, he had a much more significant 4.1%

5 Election Planning Tips

Connection Cafe

Whether it is a polling site locator, candidate guide or any other type of resource that is good to reference on election day, do your best to make it mobile friendly. Keep these folks in mind while drafting your GOTV plans as well Author: Amber Wobschall.

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Social Media Engagement: A How-To Guide

NonProfit Hub

during the weekdays (keep timezones in mind!). Simple things like polls and surveys or Q&A sessions can go a long way to increase social media engagement with your brand. With so much content being published on the internet every second, it can feel like no one is really listening. You post online, but not many people are interacting and responding to it. By changing how you approach your social media presence, you can create ways to ramp up your social media engagement.

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How to Build and Engage Your Community through Your Website

Connection Cafe

Polls and surveys – as simple or as complex as you need them, they can be a way to gather information about a specific topic or a place to start an ample market research. Use the information you collected through polls or surveys to put together a blog post.

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CRM data migration: it’s all about the future

3rd Sector Labs

Also keep in mind that it is very difficult to discover every data migration issue that lurks in your old database until you start testing files and seeing how the old data looks in the new CRM. ” Reach out and invite your donors to tell you more about themselves – offer polls and surveys, ask for feedback on website content, and use social media. CRM data migrations are about the future, not the past. Period. End of story.

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10 Ways to Make Your Nonprofit’s Fundraising More Social

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Different ways to make your posts more interactive (creating polls, asking questions, etc). Keep in mind, social media can lead to great success with spontaneous posts, but it’s the planning that will take your fundraising campaign to the next level.

ERP Software for a Nonprofit – a Case Study

Vertex Systems

You can check out their problems and the solution they went with on our website – it does require a simple registration, but keep in mind we protect and secure all information given to us and we share it with no one.

Better Blogs: 6 Tips for Creating Great Content

Byte Technology

Depending on what successful bloggers your poll, the answers to these questions can vary widely. Here are some important tips to keep in mind when cranking out content that people want to read. In today’s world of blogging, it’s hard to get noticed. After all, there are some 31 million active blog sites in the United States only at any given time, and to make your own content stand out from the crowd is certainly no easy chore.

The Blackbaud Tapes, Part 1 of 2 | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Don’t mind the “this presentation is confidential&# note.

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8 Social Media Marketing Hacks to Ensure Success in 2018

SocialFish

Perhaps this point might seem obvious, but sometimes when you’re overwhelmed, even an obvious hack can be pushed into the innermost recesses of your mind. Conduct polls. Social media polls are excellent hacks in social media marketing.

Super Tuesday!

Connection Cafe

While you could vote using a touchscreen machine or a paper ballot, if you vote at your polling place, then you're actually driving or walking there. You will almost certainly see volunteers outside the polling place who feel passionately about the candidates and the issues.

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Relationships That Raise Funds: 5 Tips for Creating Successful Peer-to-Peer Fundraisers

NetWits

Whether it’s your first fundraising event, or tenth, helping supporters be great peer-to-peer fundraisers is always on the mind of successful event fundraising organizations.

Millennial Voices: Advocates and Activists Over Donors and Volunteers

Connection Cafe

And those causes that aren’t already adjusting their organizational structure, priorities and donor stewardship practices risk missing the chance to capture the hearts and minds of this vocal, involved group of individuals. The first evidence of disillusionment arose at the polls. 2 action among females is perhaps the strongest indicator of their state of mind: If they didn’t vote, they tended not to do anything, as their self-reported second-most-performed behavior was no action.

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Expert Tips for #GivingTuesday Success

Connection Cafe

Poll your supporters so you can identify and segment personas, allowing you to better target your messaging on #GivingTuesday and all year long. Segment the donors who give primarily on #GivingTuesday with a special thanks and keep them in mind for next year.

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4 Social Media Features to Add to Your Organization’s Routine

NonProfit Hub

Keep in mind that key terms will show up in search results whether one is used or not, and sometimes they can distract from the actual content of your post. You can get creative and add text, GIFs , links and even polls to your stories, which makes them an excellent marketing tool. Social media has come a long way in an unbelievably short amount of time, partly because our favorite apps are constantly experimenting with new features that keep us on our toes.

What do boards need to know about IT?

BoardAssist

They also offer many free webinars and blogs on various technology topics and they have a posting board to help your organization connect and exchange technology information with other like-minded organizations.

Five Actions to Enable an Efficient Two-Way Communication

Connection Cafe

With this persona in mind, you can think of a more conversational message which has a higher possibility to reach your audience and generate a reaction from them. Apply surveys, polls or conduct complex market research with a versatile tool and analyze the results.

6 Fresh Ideas for Your Nonprofit’s “Thank You” Landing Page

Nonprofit Tech for Good

If your nonprofit has not donated to itself in the last few months, I highly recommend you do so immediately and then commit to doing so at least once monthly to both discover bugs and always have in the forefront of your mind the donor experience and how it can be improved.

Show, Don’t Tell: The Importance of Infographics

NonProfit Hub

Polls and surveys indicate that people are more likely to donate to a cause that they know is making a difference, but the question is: How do you let people know, without a doubt, that your nonprofit is succeeding in its mission?

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Why Segmentation Is So Important in Email Marketing

NetWits

Preference and Opinion – this is something that you can survey or poll your donors on, and collecting this information via an online portal is a great idea. Keep in mind these are people and not email addresses.

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I heard it on the news

Connection Cafe

I polled some friends in the media relations world and came up with some ideas that might help – one that might even be a tad controversial: Seasonal Opportunities: Whatever you might be doing that is seasonal or timely will have a greater chance of getting press coverage.

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The Introvert’s Solution to In-Person Events?

SocialFish

Keep in mind that while some people thrive in social events, others are intimated and uncomfortable in such settings. If you have not participated in an #eventprofs (Event Professionals) TweetChat, I suggest you try one!

HELP NEEDED: community managers for CiviliNation Survey

SocialFish

Conflict resolution expertise may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re looking to hire a community manager (or when you’re working as one yourself), but being able to mediate arguments online and in public is a crucial skill.

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Robust Collaboration Tools to Empower the Modern Social Media Marketing Team

SocialFish

is not your traditional social collaboration tool but boasts simplifying mind-mapping to help individuals and teams get things done cohesively through bringing together complex ideas and merging itineraries and scope.

Social Media Optimization 2014: Twitter or Facebook?

SocialFish

Those who ‘like’ their best organizations, movements, or companies on Facebook, however, tend to keep up better with longer discussions and are more virtually involved via comments and polls. Guest post for SocialFish by Sarah Brooks.

The Necessity of Strong Infrastructure in Nonprofits

ASU Lodestar Center

A poll of the general public done by Grey Matter Research and Consulting found that 61 percent of adults surveyed felt that charities should only spend between 10 and 29 cents of every dollar on overhead. Nonprofits must be willing to take small risks and employ a creative approach in order to change the minds of donors who expect unrealistically low overhead costs. posted by Katy Dennis-Bishop Fall 2018 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management.

[Appeal Letter Preflight Checklist] Pre-Writing Exercise to Increase Responses from Your Next Appeal

NonProfit Hub

Send in their answers to your poll? These questions will establish in your mind where exactly the signer stands in their personal relationship with the donor, even if you are the signer of the piece.

Making Facebook Groups Rock for Nonprofits – Guest Post by Miriam Brosseau

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Questions and polling. Think about allowing others to add their own options to the poll – when is it appropriate, and when is it unnecessary or confusing. Expect to get answers both in the poll itself and in the comments, and run with both! Photo by Laughing Squid.

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How To Squeeze Social Media Into Your Day When It Isn’t A Full-Time Job

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

How long can you pay attention when working online before your mind wanders? According to the Statistic Brain site list of attention span stats , in 2000 we had a 12 second attention span compared with an 8 second attention in 2013. Photo by BirgerKing.

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