Our NPOs should measure and evaluate our volunteer programs, but sometimes the value our volunteers add to our service is much more than can be captured by the numbers alone.
Month: June 2015
CEOs from the worlds top companies are using Twitter and LinkedIn to spread their message and abandoning FaceBook altogether.
For a charity with a limited marketing budget the idea of investing time or money into developing a social media program can be overwhelming. Most small or medium sized charities might not even know where to start. Observing what some of the large charities or non-profit organizations are doing can be a good way to figure out how to best use limited marketing resources.
More findings from the Weber Shandwich study about Social CEOs
Weber Shandwick has been auditing the on-line presence of CEOs from the world’s largest companies since 2010. Find out what their latest findings are and how these might be relevant to a CEO leading a charity or NPO organization.
Our volunteer do a great deal for our organizations yet sometimes we forget to communicate with them or keep them in the loop with what is going on our nonprofit.
When we think about brand as nonprofit organizational leaders we often think about it only in terms of its ability to generate revenues or donations.
Here is the next installment on my vlog 3 reasons why your charity should be using P2P fundraising