Is your arts nonprofit struggling to get social media engagement?

One of the most common things I hear from clients and readers is that they struggle to get consistent engagement with their followers on social media. Many of them even have substantial numbers of followers, but for whatever reason, those followers aren’t liking, sharing, or commenting on any of the organization’s posts.  It’s a pickle…

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3 Ways Your Outdated Website is Hurting Your Nonprofit

Today, most organizations in both the nonprofit and for-profit worlds have websites (and if you don’t, stop reading this article and for the love of all that’s holy, contact a web developer!). That’s great because it’s how the majority of Americans get our information.   Gone are the days when the telephone book reigned supreme…

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5 Ways to Use Digital Marketing to Make Sure Your Donors are Feelin’ the Love

Years ago, I realized that donations at my then-employer had been relatively stagnant for a few years. As a result, they weren’t coming close to their fundraising goals and cuts to my program were being discussed. Like anyone whose primary source of income is threatened, I panicked. I decided to take the initiative to find…

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10 Important Elements all Great Arts Nonprofit Websites Should Include

There are thousands upon thousands of nonprofit websites on the internet today. They vary widely in design, layout, functionality, and purpose. But despite their differences, there are some elements which effective websites tend to have in common. These elements are instrumental to the website’s success as a great marketing tool, donor and patron engagement tool,…