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Why your nonprofit’s URL matters

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

How do you choose the right URL for your nonprofit? As someone with a common name that’s spelled a bit differently, I’m all too aware of the confusion and errors that happen because of a unique moniker. When people are expecting Karen with a K, I’m forever spelling out C-a-r-y-n. Keep it simple. Avoid numbers when possible.

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5 Tips for Choosing Your Nonprofit URL

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BONUS: Once you've registered your URL, try writing it with "camel back" or "mixed-case" spelling. Getting a memorable domain name is a very important step in online fundraising. All fundraising, really. Generally, of course, you'll want to choose the name of your nonprofit. Keep it simple. Try saying it aloud. Not good.

5 tips on choosing your nonprofit URL

Fundraising Coach

BONUS: Once you’ve registered your URL, try writing it with “camel back&# or “mixed-case&# spelling. Q: Marc, I’m embarrassed to admit that we don’t yet have a website. But do you have any advice about choosing a domain name? A: Great question! All fundraising, really. Keep it simple. Try saying it aloud.

An Example Of How To Fundraise With Nonprofit Infographics

J Campbell Social Marketing

photo credit: peddhapati via photopin cc. Infographics are taking the world by storm! There are several things that I love about it.

The most useful social media tool I found in 2010

Wild Woman Fundraising

like my URL shorteners to be a bit, well, shorter, so I use [link]. My short answer? would have to say Hootsuite. longer answer: Why Hootsuite

Drive Donors to Your Online Donation Page with These Six Marketing Strategies, Part 2

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Abby Jarvis. Today, Abby Jarvis is back with 3 more ways to promote your online donation page. Kristina. Guest Post by Abby Jarvis of Qgiv. to 4 p.m.,

SHOW US YOUR LISTS! 8 Ideas for Nonprofit Twitter Lists 

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Share your list URL in the comments section. Twitter list is a curated group of Twitter users. Lists are for reading, not sending. Not true!

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Butts in Seats: 5 Tips for Event Marketing Using Social Media

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Also, the event should have its own dedicated page with a unique URL.  Ceci Dadisman. Guest Post by Ceci Dadisman, Palm Beach Opera.

Craft a Positive “Page Not Found” Experience

Getting Attention

You’ll need to cover errors made typing a URL and in clicked links, as well as pages no longer on your site. 404 error page).

It’s Today! Google Test Your Website

Getting Attention

Thanks to guest blogger Jen Boland, of Beaconfire. Websites that are optimized for mobile devices will receive the highest SEO rankings.

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I want your posts: What’s your best advice?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Submit your posts by emailing the URL to nonprofitcarnival@gmail.com. Image via Fanpop. How has it transformed your work? How to enter?

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Call for Submissions: Healthcare Social Media Review #21

SocialButterfly

Blog Title: Blog URL: Post Headline: Permanent link to post: Your Name: Name, Username, Nickname, or Pseudonym. On Wednesday, Jan. Submit them.

YOU can turn your email capture device into a Facebook app

DonorDigital

These instructions will work for any email capture tool with both a secure and non-secure URL. On this screen, you should see the “Survey URL.”

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How to Create a Facebook Group [Social Media Basics]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

You can send the Group’s url to invite people to join. To invite others to your Group simply copy and paste the url* then send it to them.

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One Lesson from the #iGiveLocal “Give Local America” Fiasco

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Yesterday, May 3, was Give Local America Day. Kimbia is going to have hell to pay on this one, but I’ll leave the skewering to others.

Make it Easy to Spread the Word: Press Kit+ (Case Study)

Getting Attention

Asking partners, friends and fans to spread the word may be the most effective, yet least expensive, marketing method there is. What to do? Your Turn.

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10 Reasons Your Nonprofit Needs to Be On Google+

J Campbell Social Marketing

How to reserve a custom URL for your nonprofit’s Google+ page. Google+ is by far the most underestimated social network out there.

17 Tips for Getting More Pinterest Followers for Your Nonprofit

J Campbell Social Marketing

Click the Twitter box when posting a pin, or copy and past the pin URL and add it to your Buffer. Grab the low hanging fruit first! Tweet.

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Speed of Light Campaign – Innovative Social Media Fundraising from SolarAid

Giving in a Digital World

Because, once you’ve made your donation, you’re given a personalised URL which you can share with your friends through Facebook or Twitter.

Call for Submissions: Health Care Social Media Review #41

SocialButterfly

Blog URL. How can we harness the power of visual storytelling in healthcare social media? 65% of the American population are visual learners.

Call for Submissions: Health Care Social Media Review #14

SocialButterfly

Blog Title: Blog URL: Post Headline: Permanent link to post: Your Name: Name, Username, Nickname, or Pseudonym. On Wednesday, Oct.

7 Common Donation Form Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them!) – Part 2

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Your donors don’t just land on your donation page by typing in the URL. Abby Jarvis. Kristina. Guest Post by Abby Jarvis of Qgiv. Weekly.

How to read this blog

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

To add this blog to another feed reader (we like Feedly ), use this RSS URL: [link]. Love reading this blog? Don’t miss out! We love our readers and want to make sure you stay in touch! The easiest way to stay updated is to receive the latest posts via email, powered by FeedBlitz. Have another feed reader you like?

Blog Posts Needed: Sharing Progress, Communicating Accomplishments

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The URL of your post. A two or three sentence summary of your post, written in the third person (“In this post, Hilda shares,” not “In the post, I share,”). In August, we here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide will be hosting the latest edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival. What to Write About. Possible topics include.

Drive Donors to your Online Donation Page with These Six Marketing Strategies, Part 1

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Abby Jarvis. Today we have part 1 in a two-part series by Abby Jarvis of Qgiv on how to promote your online donation page. Kristina . Congratulations!

7 Common Donation Form Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them!) – Part 1

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Place the URL somewhere on your direct mail communications. Abby Jarvis. Kristina. Guest Post by Abby Jarvis of Qgiv. Don’t work correctly.

Pop Your All-Staff Team of Messengers: Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Getting Attention

Please send the URL of your post and a 2-3 sentence summary to: nonprofitcarnival@gmail.com by Friday, June 24 to be considered! I’ll be reviewing all submissions and choosing ones for inclusion in a “blog round up” post in late June. That’s the struggle you share most often. Concerns you? Are you planning it?

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Online Marketing Terms in Plain English

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

URL. A web page’s address. link] is a URL. Here are several definitions from the book that aren’t related to email. Analytics.

Make ONE—and Only ONE—Call to Action (Case Study)

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Donate at this extremely long URL to build the future of the Met. Remember how frustrating that was? Or is it @metmuseum? And it’s frustrating!

How to Get More People At Your Nonprofit Event Using Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

The Event will have a unique URL, so make sure to post it everywhere, even on other social networks like Twitter and LinkedIn. 8)     Build up buzz.

Your Ideas, Examples, and Problems with Awareness Raising Campaigns

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The URL of your post. A two or three sentence summary of your post. How to Participate in the Carnival.

Is your charity website ready for Mobilegeddon?

Giving in a Digital World

Google describes the impending changes here by explaining “we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal.

4 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Pinterest Place Pins

Selfish Giving

I’m finding more and more ways to use Pinterest every day. I’ve created a Pinography to share head shots, testimonials, news coverage, etc.

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How I’m Using Pinterest for My Next Book (And How You Can Pin Along)

Selfish Giving

I’ve been reordering my Pinterest boards for cause marketing to make them more useful for you. Strategies for Nonprofits. … Keep reading.

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What your Facebook “Likes” can reveal about you

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Try updating your Page Likes (at minimum aim for atleast 68 in total) by typing in the following URL: https://www.facebook.com/[yourusername]/likes. He is currently a leading expert in psychometrics, a data-driven sub-branch of psychology. billion people). billion can still be massive. But it didn’t stop there. Not accurate?

4 Tips for Successful Online Fundraising this December

Fundraising Coach

“If you’d like to make a year-end gift, go to [specific URL of your donation page]. Stop it. Keep making phone calls and visits.

38 Ideas For Your Pinterest Strategy

Diva Marketing Blog

Amazing how many people forget to include a URL. 3. Pinterest continues to fascinate me by it's simplicity and ease of use. Strategy. 1.

34 Hot Tips on Increasing Facebook Followers (or Likes) From AMA Boot Camp Marketers

Diva Marketing Blog

Add the URL to All traditional collatoral materials. 7. If you run broadcast ads mention the url. Use your unique Facebook URL.

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Going Beyond Resolutions (Call for Submissions)

J Campbell Social Marketing

Be sure to include your name, your blog’s name and the URL of the post (not your blog homepage). Happy February! Guest what – I know why.

Creating Content to Match Your Org’s Personality

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

On Wednesday, I suggested a few ways that nonprofits can show their personalities , following up on a post where I listed a bunch of different personality traits and asked you to select three to describe your nonprofit. Personality is important, because it’s essentially your brand — what you are known for and how people perceive you.