How to Effectively Share Text-to-Donate Campaigns on Social Media

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Sharing your text-to-donate keyword and shortcode on social media helps brand your campaign and allows donors to easily give from their mobile devices, which is where most people view social media.

Sharing is Caring: Delivering Value to Your Members, On-Demand

Association TV

We’ve talked a lot about creating content offerings in digital formats to meet the demand of an increasingly younger member base, but have you considered how your members will access that content? Is it easy to find and easy to consume? Insider Case Studies

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The Overwhelm We Share

Social Velocity

The post The Overwhelm We Share appeared first on Social Velocity. If you are feeling — as we hit the middle of 2021, a year almost as difficult as 2020 — exhausted, overwhelmed, worn out, you are not alone. . Because I see you.

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The Science of Nonprofit Video Engagement: How To Use Emotion to Increase Social Sharing

Nonprofit Tech for Good

What would motivate you to share it with your friends? Why does social sharing matter anyways? We’ll also look at the types of emotions that drive engagement and how you can leverage them to increase social sharing for your nonprofit’s videos.

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Continuing a Shared Love of Generosity

Charity Navigator

My wife grew up poor. Her father was killed in a tragic accident when she was a toddler. She always said, “If my mother hadn’t run welfare in our small Montana town, we would have been on it.” We met in the air over the Pacific in 1985.

The Worst Way to Share an Idea Is to Say, “I Have an Idea.”

Blue Avocado

The post The Worst Way to Share an Idea Is to Say, “I Have an Idea.” How nonprofit employees can help ideas be heard and embraced Bryan has an idea for something he thinks might help his nonprofit. His supervisor, Wanda, already has a lot on her plate at the moment.

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Share Buttons and Bars

NCE Social Media

Are you using share buttons and or bars on your websites? They are a key enabler to make your site and it’s content viral, i.e. allowing people who view it to easily share it with others. Buttons are little icons that can take people to your social media pages, or to a a tool that allows the viewer to share the page to their friends on their own social media sites. A share bar is a bar that goes on the side or bottom of your webpage. Sharing Tools.

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Get Fully Funded

I got ahold of a great book recently that I want to share with you. It’s “The Fundraising Habits of Supremely Successful Boards&# by Jerold Panas. It’s a quick and easy read, and chock-full of wise nuggets. Here’s some of what I found inside: Without a consequential mission, you’re like a blindfolded kid swinging at a pinata. Your fundraising is hit or miss. Mostly miss. Your donors have the power to change a life – save a life.

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Top Fundraising Benchmarks to Share With Your Nonprofit Board [SLIDESHARE]

Classy

Step 2: Know Which Fundraising Benchmarks to Share With Your Nonprofit Board. Share these slides with your nonprofit board directly, and use our game plan in step three to bring thoughtful considerations to the table. .

File Sharing in the Cloud

NTEN

With so many potential solutions for cloud-based file storage and sharing, which one is an organization to choose? Cloud cloud back-up file sharing Program Two guest authors come together to review several options and note important features to consider in choosing a solution. As information systems move into the cloud, many organizations are starting to ask, “What about my files?”

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Creating a Safe Space for Members to Share

Joy of Membership

This week’s podcast conversation with Irene van der Zande was a reminder that part of creating a safe space for member interaction involves being sure that they feel like they can share and others are truly listening.

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16 Professionals Share Nonprofit Technology Advice via Instagram Video

Nonprofit Tech for Good

15-second video interviews are the new elevator pitch. In a world where attention spans are waning, the ability to communicate a message succinctly and on camera is a very valuable skill. While a few individuals succeeded in just one take, most needed two or three takes. Getting your point across verbally in 15 seconds while the camera is recording is much harder than it looks!

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Unlock Fans While Engaging Supporters Beyond Like, Share and Comment

Amy Sample Ward

I recently met with Drew Bernard to learn what ActionSprout is all about; and I got so excited that I asked him to share a guest post I could put up here so you could get excited, too. At the same time I have watched organization struggle to engage with Facebook supporters in meaningful ways using just the actions Facebook has provided; Like, Share, or Comment. In their case, over 75% of action takers shared the action.

Share Stories to Further Your Cause

NonProfit Hub

If you’re having trouble getting momentum behind your cause, try to share stories. The most interesting stories to share are filled with hardship and tension. Share your stories (a lot). Once you find your story, share it anywhere and everywhere. Sharing success stories can also be a great way to motivate your staff. But sharing stories like these will help to remind your staff that their work is making a difference in someone else’s life.

Strategic Storytelling For Brand Building: How To Identify And Share Your Nonprofit’s Brand Origin Story

Kindful

Sometimes without even noticing it, our brain is activated in a unique and engaged way when a story is being shared. Science tells us that when someone is sharing or listening to a story, their brain produces several chemicals and hormones. Once upon a time….

UNICEF Shares How You Can Support India Today Amidst the COVID-19 Surge

Saleforce Nonprofit

The post UNICEF Shares How You Can Support India Today Amidst the COVID-19 Surge appeared first on Salesforce.org. By: Richard Beighton, Chief of Resource Mobilization and Partnerships, UNICEF India.

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Share The Bad News

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Naturally, it's much easier to share good news with your employees, but it's perhaps even more important to share the bad news. Don't give them a false sense of the situation by sharing only good news. If revenue is down, or if you've lost a large customer, or if a new competitor has entered the market, let your team know. Your employees need to know about the health of your company or organization.

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Encourage Online Supporters To Share Your Organization’s Content

TechImpact

Today’s Internet world has made it easier than ever before to share content with a wide audience. But according to a recent post from Socialbrite, what is even more effective – and more challenging – is convincing … Continued The post Encourage Online Supporters To Share Your Organization’s Content appeared first on Tech Impact. Blog Leadership Social Tech content marketing nonprofit npEngage npTech share content socialbrite

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The Best Discord Spotify Bot to Share and Play Music on Your Discord

Find the free stuff

Due to that partnership, you can share and add Spotify music or podcast on the gaming chat. The post The Best Discord Spotify Bot to Share and Play Music on Your Discord appeared first on PhreeSite.com.

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Why Nonprofits Are Needed in the Sharing Economy

Tech Soup Blog

At the SHARE Conference last month, I spent time watching venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and techies praise how the sharing economy was the new way to make money and catalyze sharing and change. My TechSoup Global colleague Lewis Haidt was at the conference as well and penned Nonprofits Imagine a Better Sharing Economy , which provides a good primer on what it is and how a nonprofit-centric sharing economy can benefit all of us.

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Passing the Word: Getting Supporters to Share your Cause

Byte Technology

It all comes down to one word: sharing. The post Passing the Word: Getting Supporters to Share your Cause appeared first on Byte Technology’s Non-Profit Web Design Insights Blog. The fundraiser—whether it’s an inspired event, online appeal or one-time contest—should of course be considered an important component of any non-profit’s campaigning effort.

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Share The Bad News

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Of course it's much easier to share good news with your employees, but it's perhaps even more important to share the bad news. Don't give them a false sense of the situation by sharing only good news. If revenue is down, or if you've lost a large customer, or if a new competitor has entered the market, let your team know. Your employees need to know about the health of your company or organization.

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Sharing the Experience of Disaster: Colorado Floods

VisionLink

We wake up four days later to both sun and more rain, 18,000 homes lost or damaged and more than 1,000 people unaccounted for. A number of communities are hearing from officials that with winter approaching, major road failures and other infrastructure may not be repaired for some time. Our hearts and minds go out to all those now beginning the difficult work of recovery--in this flood--and in the other disasters that occur in this nation and around the world every day.

Share Files and Collaborate Online with Box

Tech Soup Blog

Box.org provides organizations with the Box file-sharing, content management, and collaboration service. You can use Box's cloud-based storage and collaboration tools to replace traditional on-premises file servers and traditional file-sharing processes. You can upload and share files up to 2 GB in size with the Starter Edition. Its employees use Box to share digital asset libraries and collaborate with third-party vendors.

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The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 152: Putting Purpose into Practice with Shared Value

Connection Cafe

Putting Purpose into Practice with Shared Value. That’s what today’s guest, Bobbi Silten, managing director of the Shared Value Initiative, is here to discuss. Topics Discussed in This Episode: What the Shared Value Initiative does and how it originated.

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Member Engagement - Sharing Stories

Wild Apricot

As I was preparing a series of blog posts on member engagement and communications (the #1 issue facing organizations in 2011 according to our Blog Reader Survey), one of January's Nonprofit Blog Carnival posts - Nonprofits and Information: Sharing Our Stories - caught my attention. Are you sharing your stories?

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5 Ways To Get More Social Shares On Your Blog

TechImpact

One of the most important things non-profits hope to get out of their blogs are shares on social media sites. When site visitors share your content, you get more views for the article and your blog, which leads to more engagement and visibility for your organization. Getting your followers to share your content can, however, […]. The post 5 Ways To Get More Social Shares On Your Blog appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology.

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Will the Sharing Economy Catalyze New Forms of Philanthropy?

Beth Kanter

After I attended Catalyzing the Sharing Economy conference (the sharing economy is defined as the use of networked, mobile, information technology to share goods and services), I shared a post with some notes and ideas about why I think it is the next generation of networked social change. Lucy Bernholz, who has been thinking about the sharing economy and social change for longer than anyone, share her conference notes, asking “ Where is the Public Good?

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Nonprofits Imagine a Better Sharing Economy

Tech Soup Blog

Nonprofits should lead the sharing economy and demand more from the private sector. The Sharing Economy -- the use of networked, often mobile, information technology to share goods and services -- offers nonprofits new possibilities for innovation and efficiency along with new paradigms to move from scarcity to abundance. Whether it’s AirBnB , the Sharing Cities Network or Car2Go , the range of sharing economy examples is reaching a tidal flood.

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My Three Words for 2011: Seek, Sense, and Share

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

For 2011, my three words are: Seek, Sense, and Share inspired by Harold Jarche’s model for networked learning. How these words will guide me in 2011: Seek: Seeking is the process of keeping up to date in your field. A lot the products of my sense-making are shared through this blog, flickr, YouTube, and Slideshare – as well as offline through presentations, book and article writing, and facilitating workshops. reflection seek sense share three words

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9 Amazing Organizations Share Their Tech Success

Tech Soup Blog

Over the past year, we've been doing TechSoup Impact stories about nonprofits, churches, and libraries doing great work with TechSoup product donations. Here are the ones we especially liked from the past year! HART for Animals. HART for Animals is a one-stop rescue organization for all things pets in rural Maryland. Since 2003, the nonprofit has saved more than 6,000 animals, and the project is growing fast.

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Leverage Your Supporters' Influence and Follow Engagement with Social Share Tracking

EveryAction

To tap into this, you need know who shares your content, but more importantly, you want to know who is succeeding at referring new people – and donations - to your organization. Online Actions now allows you to track referrers who share your forms, both if they click the share asks, and also if those shares generate any new submissions. When publishing a form, on the confirmation page step, enable the social share tools and referrer tracking.

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3 Associations Share Their AMS-LMS Integration Lessons

WBT Systems

3 Associations Share Their AMS-LMS Integration Lessons. Read more about 3 Associations Share Their AMS-LMS Integration Lessons

Nonprofit-Centric Data Sharing Sites

NTEN

Data sharing has become a critical part of collaboration and will continue to do so as we are able to access and create more data. These are just a handful of nonprofit-focused data sharing sites to get you started: National Center for Charitable Statistics: NCCS provides data, as well as analysis tools and reports, on Nonprofits around the US. Where are you finding/sharing data for your organization?

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NTEN's New Homepage: Share Your First Impressions!

NTEN

After months of thoughtful reflection, accompanied by much weeping and gnashing of teeth, we are close to finalizing the design of the new NTEN homepage. Our web design experts from Cornershop Creative have put together a page that we hope will fulfill the intended goals of the redesign: to create a more dynamic, easy to navigate website that will help to support our active community of nonprofit professionals to connect, learn, and change the world.

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Sharing the Work

VisionLink

So with these enhancements we make it easier to share the work load. This is not "cooperation;" this is about working with other organizations who share common objectives. If grant applicants wrote in their narrative about how two or more organizations shared common objectives, they were probably describing cooperation. Managing multiple portals for multiple partners is even easier. It''s grounded, however, in the art and science of true collaboration.

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11 Nonprofit Professionals Share Social Media and Technology Advice for Nonprofits via Instagram Video

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Thanks to a partnership with the Public Interest Registry , Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good was able to report live from the Nonprofit Technology Conference ( #14NTC ) last week in Washington, DC. Empowered with a tablet and smartphone, one of Heather’s first priorities was to reveal the faces and expertise behind some our favorite nonprofit brands.

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Strengthen Your Community with a Knowledge Sharing Network

NTEN

Consider how you can support more robust knowledge sharing. By providing your stakeholders with a dedicated place to share knowledge with one another, community building happens naturally. What is a knowledge sharing network? A robust knowledge sharing network might involve people sharing resources, best practices, worst practices, just-in-time information, quick tips, and deep thinking, all focused on a specific topic. Community knowledge sharing Program

Sharing my #EpicThanks – please join me!

Amy Sample Ward

I really hope you’ll join me in sharing your Epic Thanks! I’ve been secretly conspiring with a few friends on Epic Thanks , a global celebration that seeks to change the world through the power of gratitude, and I’m hoping you’ll join me by bringing your grateful heart to the party! I’m so thankful! I really am. I’m thankful for so many things especially at this time when we have just moved, and so many things seem to be changing and yet staying the same.

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A shared WordPress framework cuts costs for MENTOR and affiliates

The Nerdy NonProfit

A large component of MENTOR MN is to serve, educate, and share resources with other mentoring organizations, making the website a key component and tool. The post A shared WordPress framework cuts costs for MENTOR and affiliates appeared first on The Nerdy Nonprofit.

Care to Share: Allowing You Users to Submit Content on Your WordPress Site

Byte Technology

However, it’s important to note that there are intrinsic pitfalls with using this method: you’ll have to share a password with them and, if you’re using two-step authentication, the login process will be more difficult. The post Care to Share: Allowing You Users to Submit Content on Your WordPress Site appeared first on Byte Technology’s Web Design Insights Blog.

The Next Generation of Networked Social Change: Embracing the Share Economy

Beth Kanter

Meal Sharing (@MealSharing) May 13, 2014. Earlier this week, a mixed crowd of entrepreneurs, investors, start ups, nonprofits, social activists, and others came together for the inaugural conference on Catalyzing the Sharing Economy defined as the use of networked, mobile, information technology to share goods and services. Think AirBNB and Uber, but it is much more than that. One of the categories is “food swapping” or “food sharing.”

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What are the difference between Public, Shared and Private proxies?

Find the free stuff

You have heard about some private proxies, some shared and some public proxies, but. The post What are the difference between Public, Shared and Private proxies? You decided to use a proxy in order to protect yourself on the internet and you found out that there are several different types of proxies, so which one is for you? What type of proxy is best for your needs? appeared first on PhreeSite.com. Proxy Server