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Create a Nonprofit Marketing Plan in 5 Steps

By Julia Campbell Having worked with hundreds of nonprofits over the years, I can tell you that the nonprofits who develop and follow a well-thought-out marketing plan grow faster and make a bigger impact than those who don’t. Sarah Rintamaki, the founder of a small nonprofit is a great

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How to Get Donations Using Social Media

Donations are the gas that will get your car (your nonprofit) to where you’re going (your mission). No matter how great or worthwhile your destination is, without gas, you are not going to get there. You must identify how to get donations for your nonprofit’s mission. You are not

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How to Create a Facebook Page for your Nonprofit

How to Create a Facebook Business Page in 5 Simple Steps from HubSpot Step 1: Choose a Classification. To begin, navigate to https://www.facebook.com/pages/create.php. This page will showcase six different classifications to choose from: Local Business or Place Company, Organization, or Institution Brand or Product Artist, Band, or Public

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6 Nonprofit Marketing Ideas to Increase Online Donations

Giving back is growing, much to the delight of nonprofits. It’s more important than ever for marketers to keep up with new nonprofit marketing ideas. In fact: Total giving is expected to increase 3.6% in 2017 and by 3.8% in 2018. As a way to appeal to a larger

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Why Nonprofits Should Invest More in Their Websites

The nonprofit landscape has changed quite a bit in recent years. Organizations can no longer rely solely on phone calls, mailings, and event marketing to raise money and engage new donors. Today’s nonprofits need to be innovative in their efforts, and that’s why the smart ones are

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Get to Know Your WordPress Site

Welcome to WordPress! Let’s take a quick step-by-step tour around your site. Log In Begin by logging into the “administration area” or the back end of your website. Visit your site’s login page by placing “wp-admin” after your domain name (e.g. http://example.com/wp-admin). Now log into WordPress using your username and

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