Social media influencers aren’t elusive. They’re everywhere, especially in your email list.
A majority of live conversation during presidential addresses happens on Twitter, so here are 5 steps nonprofits can take to engage and drive support for their cause on social media.
Here’s what turner4, See3, Boulder Strategies, ActionSprout, Fission Strategy and Beth Kanter had to say about demonstrating social love to your most ardent supporters.
Your organization’s greatest assets are the people behind your mission. So, start with the people you’ve spent years cultivating, the people you already know.
Achieve is surveying a unique sample of 350 millennials on a monthly basis to continue tracking their perceptions and behaviors related to cause engagement and politics as Election Day draws nearer.
With all the noise out there and competition for attention, it leaves nonprofit marketers wondering what they can post or do that will drive engagement or inspire giving.
Here’s how International Justice Mission created an advocacy campaign that resulted in 73,000 signatures being delivered to the White House.