If you're a procrastinator and are only just revving up your online fundraising, don't worry. The best is yet to come! Most people do their online giving at the end of December, so you still have time for success.
One of the most powerful things nonprofits can do is to make the impact of gifts more visible to supporters. If you don't, you are likely to lose your donors and volunteers -- as well as the chance to build morale and excitement among your staff.
Nonprofits are reporting that up to a third of their Web traffic is now coming from mobile devices. The mobile Web is rapidly becoming a key way to communicate your message to donors; it’s important that your nonprofit website isn’t giving them a bad impression.
It's no secret that, just like we do, our supporters get a lot of emails each day. On average, individuals receive over a hundred messages per day, each one clamoring for their attention and competing with your fundraising appeal, nonprofit newsletter or member update. The inbox is a crowded place, so how do you stand out and ensure that your emails are being opened?
Have Facebook changes harmed social media engagement efforts for nonprofits and companies? We wanted to get the scoop, so Network for Good’s Katya Andresen turned to Facebook expert, John Haydon. He provided these excellent, understandable and level-headed responses to the most common questions on why people see what they see on Facebook.