How to Get Your Nonprofit’s Story Told During Covid-19

Flickr Creative Commons photo by Steve Bustin. By Peter Panepento It’s not easy for nonprofits to get news coverage. And that’s especially true during the Covid-19 pandemic. As the news industry has changed, fewer journalists have nonprofits as part of their beat — and during Covid-19, most have been reassigned to cover some aspect of…

Only 2% of Consumers Think Brands Should Stop Advertising During the Pandemic

I know a lot of you are wondering how you should be handling your marketing and fundraising efforts right now. You are not alone in being concerned. Brands from every industry are not sure how they should proceed. But a new survey by Unruly asked over 2500 consumers how they wanted to connect with brands…

How Coronavirus is Changing the Way Nonprofits Think about Their Social Media Strategies

Last week I presented our two-part webinar series on nonprofit social media strategies based on our Be Personal / Be Practical framework. I did the same training (minus all the new coronavirus and quarantine examples) about this same time last year. In both years, we asked the same poll questions about what participants would take…

Advice for Managing Communications During the Coronavirus Pandemic [FREE Webinar]

[Updated April 16, 2020. This webinar was originally presented live on April 16, 2020. You can access the recordings in our Free Learning Center by signing up for our free membership. Details below.] There’s so much upheaval in how nonprofit communicators are working with both their co-workers and their communities right now because of the…

New to This Work or Just Flat-Out Overwhelmed? Ground Yourself in These Nonprofit Comms Basics

Some of you are being asked to do communications work for the first time. Others have been at it a while but feel like you’re drowning in requests and details. No matter what you are working on, there are a few really simple elements to this nonprofit communications work that you can always use to…