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Entries in digital marketing (4)

Tuesday
Jun262012

From Facebook Fundraising to Measurement and Metrics: Social Media Conference Delivers Great Information for Communicators

Weren’t able to attend the Social Media for Nonprofits conference at the MARS Centre today? Conference organizers and speakers delivered an information-packed event. I'll share a few of my favourite tips and insights here and link you to their presentations.

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Wednesday
Jan252012

Toronto Net Tuesday: Why non-profit marketers and PR pros should give up movie night

For non-profit marketers, communicators and public relations professionals, a good understanding of the technology tools at our disposal can help us make our organizations stand out. It can help us inform and engage the right people. Toronto Net Tuesday meetups might help you reach that lofty goal. Their latest event, Exploring tech trends & the opportunities for non-profits, covered five major technology trends affecting us today.

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Wednesday
Dec212011

Using Your Newsletter to Create an Ambassador Corps

Do you have an Ambassador's Corner in your non-profit newsletter? Most supporters know their donation is important to your cause, but they also want to get involved and feel like part of a community taking action together. So a dedicated section in your newsletter with simple ways to spread the word and promote your cause may be just what supporters need.

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Friday
Sep302011

From Dull to Dynamic: Making Your Non-profit Annual Report Shine

Working on a non-profit annual report? Trying to summarize a year of accomplishments succinctly and in a way that will engage supporters? Whether you are working on a traditional printed annual report or taking advantage of new media available to you, here are a few ideas to help you knock it out of the park.

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