The secrets of getting seen on #GivingTuesday
Nonprofit Marketing
October 25, 2017
By Anne Baum

As #GivingTuesday rapidly approaches, nonprofits are quickly gearing up their own internal campaigns. This planning includes getting the most out of marketing channels. The folks at #GivingTuesday have an amazing set of resources to help make you successful. One of my favorites is the video, Amplifying Your Campaign with Social Media & Digital Marketing.

Build your marketing budget with no mission dollars
Nonprofit Marketing
May 24, 2017
By Kevin Wolfe

Marketing your organization today has never been more important, but nonprofit marketing budgets have never been tighter. The problem is that the free options to get your message out there, including traditional media and social channels, are quickly drying up. At the same time, more and more organizations are marketing savvy, so the competition for your cause has never been greater. In order to get your message seen, you need to build a budget and become one of those organizations that’s doing effective marketing.

The secrets of marketing your organization
Nonprofit Marketing
June 1, 2017
By Kevin Wolfe

Marketing your organization has never been more important. There are new nonprofits popping up every day competing for your donor dollar, so it’s important that your organization’s message is heard above the crowd. From the pages of our latest eBook, Marketing Your Nonprofit on Zero Budget, we’ve complied a list of the eight most important things to do in marketing your organization:

How nonprofits are reaching Millennials through Google AdWords
Nonprofit Marketing
May 5, 2017
By Kevin Wolfe

Ever noticed those little unobtrusive text ads at the top of results when you google something? These are Google AdWords. As an advertising vehicle for your nonprofit, you probably have never thought using search ads, but you certainly should if you’re trying to reach Millennials, the most passionate generation of fundraisers yet. If you’ve been doing your advertising through conventional channels like print, radio and TV, you’re probably not having much success reaching younger generations. That’s because Millennials aren’t on these channels. They’re on Spotify, YouTube and Reddit. And—numerous times a day—they’re also googling. Josh Weum, AdWords Digital Ambassador at Google explains why AdWords are working so well with Millennials when it comes to causes.

SEO content writing for non-profits.
Nonprofit Marketing
January 17, 2012
By kwolfe

SEOSEO content writing for non-profits.SEO content writing for non-profits.There’s a lot of mystery around Search Engine Optimization, but there really doesn’t need to be. By the time you’re finished with this post you can claim you’re a SEO expert. (Just like everybody else in the world.) The goal of SEO is to have your site recognized by search engines as having the most relevant content for their visitors who search for your...

Why Facebook is the most powerful social channel for fundraising
Nonprofit Marketing
March 24, 2017
By Kevin Wolfe

At first glance, Facebook doesn’t look like a place for nonprofits to play. Last year it was reported that Facebook’s reach is down 52% for businesses and 42% for pages and still declining. So your organization’s updates are seen by fewer and fewer people. To get your updates seen by more people you're now expected to pay to advertise—just like for-profit corporations.

But cheer up.

How to build and spend a nonprofit marketing budget when you have none: Part 1
Nonprofit Marketing
March 1, 2017
By Kevin Wolfe, Michelle Steed, Ed Lord

Despite what you may hear from the nay-sayers, we truly are in a golden age of marketing. And that applies to nonprofits just as much as it applies to for-profits. For all of us, there have been many changes as we have integrated digital into our marketing plans. But one thing hasn’t changed—the marketing budget hasn’t increased. Advertising spends might be smaller today, but there are many organizations that are having amazing results in marketing digitally. We spoke with Michelle Steed, Vice President of Client Success and Ed Lord, Chief Strategy Officer at DonorDrive about how nonprofits can be most effective with their marketing.