Wed.Jan 09, 2019

Writing More Visual Microcontent

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Using photos or graphics in your communications is an important strategy. But there are times and places where you have to rely on words alone to create a scene and engage your reader. Microcontent, as defined by Jakob Nielsen, is short content that needs to be immediately clear and inviting to a reader, and which still make sense when removed from its original context. Many writers use adjectives and adverbs as their go-to way to create a picture in a reader’s mind.

Are You Ready to Engage?

iMarketSmart

If you have been following our past posts, you should have a deep understanding of Engagement Fundraising and its fundamental concepts by now. You may even be contemplating restructuring your team to be more efficient and effective. But the question remains: Are you ready to engage?

How Jam Kancer in the Kan made it simple to make an impact with CrowdRise

CrowdRise

"Having not been computer savvy, when looking at CrowdRise, I was like, ‘wow, this is pretty simple. I can do this.’ Then I had to sell the platform to the people who were fundraising with us. But if I can do it, I knew they could do it. It's really that simple.

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Newsletter: Cause Marketing vs Corporate Giving ??; Are Dollars Stores the Next Tobacco Companies? ; Newsjacking the New Aquaman Movie

Selfish Giving

From the mailbag: Joe, I'm curious.why do you emphasize cause marketing over corporate revenue and the numerous opportunities for engagement apart from cause marketing?