Nonprofit Annual Reports on YouTube and Pinterest

I’m updating my lists of examples of nonprofit annual report infographics and video annual reports as I prepare to teach a new webinar next week at CharityHowTo:  Advanced Annual Reports: Video Annual Reports and Infographics to Share Your Results with Donors. I’ll keep adding to the list as more come out in the next few…

Little Known Ways to Gain Mobile Supporters

To help your nonprofit understand the benefits of having a mobile marketing strategy and how to implement one, we asked the good folks at The mGive Foundation to guest blog for us. Earlier, they let us know the top reasons to use mobile. Today Jenifer Snyder outlines several ways to starting building your mobile list.  ~Kivi Guest…

Top 5 Reasons to Use Mobile

To help your nonprofit understand the benefits of having a mobile marketing strategy and how to implement one, we asked the good folks at The mGive Foundation to guest blog for us. Today we start with the basics as Jenifer Snyder explains why you need to be thinking about mobile.  ~Kivi Guest Post by Jenifer Snyder, Esq.,  Executive…

Mobile Friendly Websites for Nonprofits – Case Study

Yesterday we heard from Julia Reich on why you should use responsive design. Today we hear from JoAnn Manke from WithinReach on how they used responsive design on their new website for teens. Guest Post by JoAnn Manke from WithinReach Our agency makes connections that families need to be healthy, and works to meet families where they…

S, M, L, XL: Why Responsive Website Design is the Best Strategy for Different Size Screens

In this post, one of our favorite graphic designers, Julia Reich, toots the horn for responsive design, explaining why she decided on responsive design for the new Stone Soup Creative website; why she and her team will endeavor to build it into sites they’ll be designing for their clients from here on in; and why…

We Need a Mobile Strategy – Ya Think?

I’m still blown away by the number of nonprofits who think they don’t have to worry about how their websites and email look on mobile devices. Or conference organizers who don’t think they need a hashtag. “But our people really don’t do mobile,” they say, completely in denial. Look around. According to recent data from…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers May 10, 2013

It’s finally starting to feel a little more like spring here in NC. Let’s celebrate with some Mixed Links! I’ve reopened the application process for our Nonprofit Marketing Guide Mentoring Program for communications directors and executive directors who do it all. The new six-month session begins July 1 and we have 10 slots open. We’ve already…

What’s All This About Responsive Design?

We’ve noticed lately a lot of folks talking about “responsive design” or “responsive web design.”  Mashable even proclaimed 2013 the Year of Responsive Design. Just in case you are getting questions you aren’t quite sure how to answer, we wanted to give you a quick explanation. Simply put, responsive web design means that your website knows what…

Website Content for Homeless People?

I saw this tweet from Mark Horvath of Invisible People and We Are Visible via Facebook yesterday: I followed up on Facebook with Mark and he said he couldn’t come up with any good examples of agencies that serve the homeless who actually had good content directed at homeless people on their websites. He says most…

Reality Check: Social Media and Mobile

Yesterday, I offered some stats about who is using the Internet as a reality check on why you need an online marketing strategy. Here are a few more of my favorites, this time on social media and mobile specifically. Half of Boomers use social media, as do a 1/3 of people over 65. According to…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers June 8, 2012

Another Friday, another round of Mixed Links! Communications and Fundraising The latest Nonprofit Blog Carnival is up at Wild Apricot. May’s theme was Tips for Going Mobile. Britt Bravo, who is currently presenting our Blogging for Nonprofits E-Clinic, is hosting this month’s carnival on Fun Ways Nonprofits Can Use Pinterest and is now taking submissions. Kristen…