Category: Non-Profit Industry

Nonprofit Marketing Trends 2013

Posted by Jeff Adelson-Yan (@jeffadelsonyan)

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Digital marketing is becoming an increasingly large portion of nonprofit marketing. With methods extending into every corner of the Internet, including search engines, social media, blogs/forums and paid advertising, it is easier than ever to share your message with the world. Since the main goals…

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The Collective for Good: Season 1

Posted by amber

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The Collective for Good is a new initiative that brings together buyers and sellers of digital media for a great cause. A brain child of David Herscott from NetX and Steve Parker, Jr. of Levelwing, the idea for The Collective was born at the 2011…

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Nonprofit Marketing: Increase Fundraising with Paid Search

Posted by Jeff Adelson-Yan (@jeffadelsonyan)

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Paid search marketing is an incredible way to get the message out about your nonprofit. With 90% of adults using search engines to find information and 54% of those using a search engine every day, it’s a great way to make your business visible to…

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The Spirit of Thanksgiving: Meals on Wheels

Posted by Steve Parker, Jr. (@sparkerjr)

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In the spirit of Thanksgiving weekend, we would like to pause our regularly scheduled data insights to spotlight a great charity that is dear to our hearts. Meals on Wheels is committed to ending senior hunger in the United States by preparing and delivering meals…

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The “Growth” of Movember

Posted by amber

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Adam Garone, Founder and CEO of Movember, jokes that Movember was merely founded by several blokes in a mustache-growing challenge for the month of November in an effort to bring back the glorious ’70s mustache that had dominated the decade. Indeed, back in 2003, “before…

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