Nonprofits @ the Oscars: How to Photobomb, Newsjack and Steal the Spotlight at the Academy Awards

Nonprofits, are you ready for your moment in the spotlight? The 88th Academy Awards air Feb. 28 and the world will be watching. (Also, some of the world WON’T be watching, in an #OscarsSoWhite protest over the lack of diversity among nominees in the top acting categories.) Watching or not, film will be the center of…

How to Recognize and Manage Different Work Styles

This Thursday, February 11th at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific) Carson Tate, author of Work Simply, will join us for a FREE webinar – Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style. During the webinar, Carson will discuss how to prioritize your work based on the way you think and process information. You and…

The 5 Things You Need In Your Nonprofit’s Online Newsroom

When nonprofit communicators think about media relations, they often focus on proactively pitching stories and reaching out to reporters and editors. But effective media relations isn’t just about pushing our story ideas on unsuspecting reporters. It’s also about being ready and responsive when a reporter or editor is already pursuing a story. Being responsive isn’t just about being…

The Four Types of Productivity Styles

Next Thursday, February 11th at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific) Carson Tate, author of Work Simply, will join us for a FREE webinar – Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style. During the webinar, Carson will discuss how to prioritize your work based on the way you think and process information. Take the…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators January 29, 2016

Happy Friday, everyone! Let’s wrap things up for the week with some Mixed Links… Erica Mills lets us know how much words for nonprofits matter in Great Mission. Bad Statement. Wild Apricot asked what nonprofits do in a year and compiled their answers in The Ultimate Nonprofit Calendar. Big Duck has released its 2016 edition of…

New Report Sheds Light on How NGOs WorldWide Use Technology

Not too shabby, North America. A new research project by the Public Interest Registry and Nonprofit Tech for Good surveyed over 2,700 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) worldwide to gain a better understanding of how NGOs used technology to communicate and engage supporters and donors. According to the report, North American NGOs are ahead, albeit sometimes just…