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

.orgSource

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.

Voice 221

8 Donor Retention Takeaways from The Nonprofit Voice

DonorPerfect

The post 8 Donor Retention Takeaways from The Nonprofit Voice appeared first on Nonprofit Technology & Fundraising Blogs.

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

The NonProfit Voice Ep 44: Selecting and Migrating New Technology

NonProfit PRO

In this episode of The NonProfit Voice Tech Series, Mark is joined by Andrew Kayton, director of donations at Fisher House Foundation, and Madison 'Maddy' Bump, Salesforce administrator at Fisher House Foundation, to share their experience with selecting and migrating a new technology platform.

Voice 56

The NonProfit Voice Ep 43: Multichannel and Responsive Fundraising Trends

NonProfit PRO

In this episode of The NonProfit Voice, Nhu Te, editor-in-chief of NonProfit PRO, is joined by JoAnn Dodd, marketing and database director at Open Door Mission, and Gabe Cooper, founder and CEO of Virtuous.

Voice 56

The NonProfit Voice Ep 42: Using Tech to Boost Crowdfunding

NonProfit PRO

In this episode of The NonProfit Voice, Nhu Te, editor-in-chief of NonProfit PRO, is joined by David Neeman, founder and chairman of The Loyalty Foundation, along with Whit and Colin Hunter of Betterworld.

Voice 56

The NonProfit Voice Ep 45: A Dive Into Leadership, Fundraising, Tech & More!

NonProfit PRO

In this episode of The NonProfit Voice, Nhu Te, editor-in-chief of NonProfit PRO, is joined by Dan Clasgens, digital marketing supervisor at Disabled American Veterans, and Chris Dingus, senior client success manager at Hustle.

Voice 63

Our EveryAction Hero: Jewish Voice for Peace

EveryAction

This month, our EveryAction hero is Jewish Voice for Peace. How did Jewish Voice for Peace get started? Jewish Voice for Peace has been around for 20 years, We’re a national organization with over 70 chapters and 15,000 members across the country. To learn more about Jewish Voice for Peace visit their website here.

Voice 101

The voice and vision of the volunteer

ASU Lodestar Center

These limitations can be decreased if nonprofits embrace the voice and vision of the volunteer. Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by Trehon A. Cockrell-Coleman, Fall 2019 Alumnus, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management.

Voice 83

3 Emerging Fundraising Trends for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

3) Google Assistant Voice Donations. Voice assistants like the one that helps you navigate your Google Home or Android phone can make it easier for you to set reminders, send hands-free text messages while you’re driving or even automate your home through the use of smart devices.

Trend 206

Happy 5th Birthday Global Voices!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Global Voices is a community of more than 200 bloggers around the world who work together to bring reports from blogs and citizen media around the world, with emphasis on voices that are not ordinarily heard in international mainstream media. I was not involved in the legendary gathering back in 2004 that lead to the creation of Global Voices Manifesto. Rising Voices Director David Sasaki has written a retrospective to honor Global Voices' fifth birthday.

Voice 63

July 2015 Update: Have Your Voice Heard

Wild Apricot

See how Uservoice will let your voice be heard! We’ve taken a huge leap forward in how we collect your feedback by migrating our Software Forums to the Uservoice platform. Wild Apricot

Voice 100

5 Questions To Help You Find Your Nonprofit’s Brand Voice

See3

If you have, you experienced brand voice doing exactly what it does best: giving brands and organizations a personality that people can relate to. The post 5 Questions To Help You Find Your Nonprofit’s Brand Voice appeared first on The See3 Blog. strategy brand voice nonprofit communications organizational values social media

Voice 59

Five Nonprofits That Have Found Their Twitter Voice

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Finding your Twitter voice is an accomplishment only earned through a process of trial and error and conscious experimentation. They also do not sync with Facebook and understand that Facebook requires its own voice – distinct from twittering – and has an ebb and flow completely different from that of Twitter. Five Nonprofits That Have Found Their Facebook Voice.

Voice 164

Five Nonprofits That Have Found Their Facebook Voice

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Community building on Facebook and other social networking sites is an art and finding your Facebook voice takes time and experimentation. If your nonprofit rarely earns Comments or Thumbs Ups in response to your Status Updates, then it’s time to start experimenting with different content and making a commitment to finding your Facebook voice. Ninety percent of your nonprofit’s success on Facebook is dependent upon the Admin who manages your Facebook Page.

Voice 166

Google Voice funnies: Really now, did you?

Judi Sohn

Google Voice's attempts at transcribing voicemails never fail to entertain. " And Google Voice thought he said: tee hee. The actual message from my husband was: "Hi honey, it's me. Call me back please. Thank you." Permalink. Leave a comment »

Voice 100

Google Voice funnies: Really now, did you?

Judi Sohn

Google Voice's attempts at transcribing voicemails never fail to entertain. " And Google Voice thought he said: tee hee. The actual message from my husband was: "Hi honey, it's me. Call me back please. Thank you." Permalink. Leave a comment »

Voice 100

How to Become a Trusted Voice in Your Field

NonProfit Hub

The post How to Become a Trusted Voice in Your Field appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. This article was originally published in Nonprofit Hub Magazine. Not all that long ago, intellectual capital —knowledge of processes and data, informational resources, etc.—was was critical to businesses and nonprofits. The people had the knowledge, and knowledge is power.

Voice 55

New Report! Collected Voices: Data-Informed Nonprofits

NTEN

>> Download Collected Voices: Data-Informed Nonprofits ! Download the full Collect Voices collection today ! What happens when nonprofits make a real commitment to collect healthy data about their programs and operations; manage it well; and make savvy, data-informed decisions? And what happens when you connect energized, smart, data-passionate nonprofit professionals for a year of learning and knowledge sharing?

Voice 71

Why Your Nonprofit’s Content Marketing Voice is Important

TechImpact

As if this wasn’t a tall enough order, now I have to care about my editorial voice? Naturally, each one of these people has a specific voice and style of writing. However, appointing someone the ‘voice editor’ is a great place to start. Ensure this person is reading and approving all content that your nonprofit creates to ensure that messaging is in line with the approved voice. Image courtesy of Pttsburgh Courier. Create content readers will care about.

Voice 122

The Best Alternatives To Google Voice is 2019

Find the free stuff

The post The Best Alternatives To Google Voice is 2019 appeared first on PhreeSite.com. Regardless of how advanced a service is and how many benefits it has to offer, it’s never the right fit for everyone. This applies to VoIP services as well. While the service is very popular with many users, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will check all the boxes in terms of the features you’re.

Voice 40

VocaliD to Create Unique Voices for Millions Who Can't Speak

Tech Soup Blog

Millions of individuals worldwide rely on a limited set of generic, synthetic voices as their primary vocalization. Whether their vocal ability is limited due to illness, genetic factors, or brain injury, these individuals have the right to communicate using a unique voice, a vocalization they can identify with as they interact in the world. Yet, these individuals have been given uniform voices based on limited voiceprints. It's easy to become a voice donor.

Voice 67

Going Viral: How to Get Your Social Media Voice into the Mainstream

Byte Technology

The post Going Viral: How to Get Your Social Media Voice into the Mainstream appeared first on Byte Technology’s Web Design Insights Blog. It should come as no great surprise that social media posts are a fantastic resource for anyone actively operating in the virtual world.

Voice 100

Let your voice be heard

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Let your voice be heard October 1, 2007 I’ve been writing a surprising amount about nonprofit CRM tools lately. So, let your voice be heard!

Voice 100

How To Do Voice Overs: 5 Tips And Tricks

Find the free stuff

The post How To Do Voice Overs: 5 Tips And Tricks appeared first on PhreeSite.com. The emergence of high-definition, professionally-crafted, and user-specific videos has brought about a paradigm shift in the modern digital landscape. However, irrespective of the templates, texts, animations, and editing tactics that you might employ to create a perfect video, in the absence of synergy between its audio and visual elements, your video would prove to be.

Voice 40

Voice to Post

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

It let's you add a voice message on any page -- using the telephone as the recording instrument. Once you have a message you can change it, like changing your voice mail, without touching the code on your page. I'm playing with the Voice2Page system that I stumbled across today. Sort of cool

Voice 40

Less Voice, More Empathy

Tech Soup Blog

Mark at Queer Ideas takes on the concept of voice and tone in nonprofit communications. I've come to the conclusion that the instructional approach that so many brand guidelines take to defining 'tone of voice' simply doesn't work when it comes to specifying how non-profits must use language," Mark says. Here's a blog post I wish I'd have written.

Voice 53

Keep the World Talking - Support Global Voices

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Global Voices is the leading participatory media room for voices from developing countries around the globe. I've the honor of being involved with the Global Voices on and off for a couple of years. I did some volunteer outreach work for global voices to connect with Cambodia bloggers and was an editor for the Cambodia section for a short time before Tharum (in the above photo) took over the job. So, that's why I'm hoping you'll join me and support Global Voices

Voice 50

Our New Theme, Tinted Tiles, Needs Your Voice

Wild Apricot

We're set to launch our latest Wild Apricot theme, but first we want to know what you think! Check out our Designer's forums and offer your feedback

Voice 99

Voices from the Community: Security

Tech Soup Blog

Voices from the Community is a series of blog posts highlighting various threads from the TechSoup Community Forums and other TechSoup online community channels. This edition is focused on security-related discussions from the TechSoup Community Forums. The Internet is great because it connects us all so easily and allows us to so easily share information. The Internet is horrible because it connects us all so easily and allows us to so easily share information.

Voice 49

Amplify Your Voice with Facebook Ads

Connection Cafe

Tone of voice, sentiment, and everything else should be consistent. Nonprofits have a significant advantage on Facebook. I am not just talking about the fact that Facebook has teamed up with Blackbaud integration partner ActionSprout to give away $2M in Facebook ad credits. The nonprofit advantage comes from the fact that content that people engage with on Facebook (like, share, comment on, etc.) gets far more reach and visibility than content that people see but don’t engage with.

Voice 41

Daily DoGooder: Voices for Freedom

See3

Change the world, one video at a time.Voices for Freedom | 1:28 Amnesty International We are enchanted as this story begins with the wisdom of Tibetan culture as taught to a young boy. Quickly we understand that this wisdom has been turned on its head since the Chinese occupation of Tibet. This visually poetic clip

Voice 53

Adding Google Voice to My Web Site

Robert Weiner

I just added a Google Voice widget to my web site (on the Contact Us page). Google Voice calls that number, then connects the caller to me as a free VOIP call. I then tried using the Google Voice Widget Plugin but I could only figure out how to place the widget in a sidebar rather than on a page. That's too bad -- it has some handy features, like setting hours when calls should automatically go to voice mail.

Voice 100

Elevating Employee Voice with Social Fundraising

Connection Cafe

Moving beyond a simple transactional donation, Social fundraising allows employees to give their voice, networks, time and efforts to make a difference, increasing the impact they make and the connection they feel to something bigger than themselves. The following article is an excerpt from the “ CSR 2020: Experts Look Ahead “ eBook published by Blackbaud Corporate Solutions.

Voice 25

Community Voices at Digital Engagement Event: Reflections on the Conversation

Amy Sample Ward

At the Digital Engagement Event , back on 6th October, David Wilcox and I helped the Community Voices team facilitate two sessions that focused on the three things more important to digital engagement than the technology. You can check out the Community Voices group on the Social by Social community for videos, notes and other reflections from the event. Remember to visit the Community Voices group to connect with the rest of the conversations going on there.

Voice 101

Community Voices at Digital Engagement Event: Reflections on the Conversation

Amy Sample Ward

At the Digital Engagement Event , back on 6th October, David Wilcox and I helped the Community Voices team facilitate two sessions that focused on the three things more important to digital engagement than the technology. You can check out the Community Voices group on the Social by Social community for videos, notes and other reflections from the event. Remember to visit the Community Voices group to connect with the rest of the conversations going on there.

Voice 101

TechSoup Snapshot: Voices from the Community

Tech Soup Blog

Voices from the Community is a new series of blog posts culling popular topics of interest from the TechSoup forum and other online community channels. Credit Card Processing. These days, most nonprofits are using some kind of online payment taking system to allow supporters to donate, register for events, and/or purchase organizational metrials online. But what's the best payment processing tool to use? The community weighed in on several solutions: read more.

Voice 60

Voices from the Community: Accessibility

Tech Soup Blog

Voices from the Community is an ongoing series of blog posts culling. Peter Cheer notes that the Verbally app for iPad offers useful features: an onscreen keyboard with word prediction in combination with word/phrase choices, as well as male/female speech synthesized voices. popular topics of interest from the TechSoup Community Forums and other. online community channels. Opening Hearts and Minds.

My Inner Voice Can't Stop Comparing

ASU Lodestar Center

My inner voice not only compares, but also keeps asking why. posted by Derya Kaya Program Officer Women for Women''s Human Rights-New Ways Whenever I leave Turkey, I can''t stop myself comparing everything to home. The things I compare the most are related to my work. The United States and Turkey are completely different when it comes to the nonprofit sector. The conditions that created and expanded the nonprofit sector in the U.S. are non-existent, inconsistent or immature in Turkey.

Community Voice: Essential Elements and Excellent Practices

NTEN

In our session on Community Voice at NTEN’s 2011 Nonprofit Techology Conference, Arthur provided a case study of the LikeMinded program and how it was built based on engagement with the community. The essential elements to understand about giving your community a voice include technology, conversation, decision-making, transparency and tools to reinforce positive interaction.

Voice 56

AI for Fundraising Today: Voice Activated Fundraising & Chat Bots for Giving

Beth Kanter

NLP is programming code that allows computer to “talk” to humans via text or voice. Let’s look at some examples of Chat Bots and Voice Activated fundraising being used by nonprofits today. Voice Assistants As A Fundraising Channel. Smart speakers or voice assistants are becoming more and more a part of everyday life, despite growing privacy issues. Source: AI for Lawyers (Click image for larger version).

Alexa 34

Mobile, Voice-Operated Everything, and Security, Oh My! Top Nonprofit Tech for 2016

Tech Soup Blog

Voice-Operated Everything. We're now talking to our mobile devices with Apple's Siri , OK Google , Samsung S Voice , and Microsoft Cortana. We can talk to our cars with voice command systems like the Ford SYNC. We're also starting to talk to our houses with voice-activated smart home devices like Amazon Alexa –powered voice-controlled speakers, the Echo and Echo Dot.

Voices from the TechSoup Community: Accounting Tools

Tech Soup Blog

Voices from the Community is a new series of blog posts culling popular topics of interest from the TechSoup Community Forums and other online community channels. This post was penned by TechSoup forum host, contractor, and head of Coyote Communications Jayne Cravens. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to accounting software. In addition to the variety of packages available, nonprofits use packages differently, per their unique work, sizes and approaches.

Voice 53

Boost Your Voice with LightBox Collaborative’s 2012 Editorial Calendar

Beth Kanter

Flickr Photo by Yandel.