2013 was a great year for nonprofits. Get inspired by these 5 nonprofit marketing moments, and maybe even get some ideas for your own organization.
We spend so much time looking forward for the newest trend, sometimes we forget to look back at past design innovations that have worked and are still going strong.
Find out whether you should be using a standalone email service provider or an email marketing software that's integrated into your website.
Learn why you might have accidentally ended up in the spam folder or on a blacklist, and how you can avoid doing so in the future.
Learn how to acquire (and keep) email addresses by offering something valuable in return.
It only takes one rogue email address to mess up your pristine mailing list. Learn how to scrub your email list until it's squeaky clean.
Nearly half of all email opens are happening on mobile devices. It's time to make mobile email optimization a priority.
So, you’ve heard email marketing yields a high return on investment, but no one seems to be opening (let alone reading) your emails. What gives? Sounds like you need to check out this guide to crafting the perfect email.
Are you using email marketing to its fullest potential? Check out this list for some new email ideas for your nonprofit.
Whether you call it an email blast, an e-newsletter or a mass email campaign, it’s all email marketing—and if done right, it can be one of the most effective marketing strategies for nonprofits.
Which social bookmarking site is right for you? Learn everything you need to know about Pinterest, Delicious, Reddit, StumbleUpon and Scoop.it.
Many nonprofit marketing directors face this challenge: How do I curate enough high quality content to maintain a steady presence on social networks? The solution is social bookmarking.
Check out this list of new best practices and tried-and-true strategies for using Facebook to promote and grow your nonprofit.
Ready, set, hike! Learn how to develop a winning Twitter strategy for your nonprofit.
Check out these 10 tips for using Twitter to promote your organization, build a following and connect with your audience.
Learn how to use three Google+ features to promote your organization and engage potential new members, donors and volunteers.
A straightforward, in-plain-English explanation of Google's confusing local listings platform.
Want to make your blog posts stand out in search results? Claim Authorship.
By creating a Google+ account and setting up your profile, you will gain a valuable new channel for promoting your organization, interacting with your members and supporters, and meeting new people who might be interested in your organization.
For many of us, Google Plus is a riddle wrapped up in an enigma. Today begins our journey to discover what, exactly, makes Google Plus so special.
Accrinet President and CEO Jeff Kline writes weekly about internet marketing for nonprofits. Click to read Jeff's bio.