Second Screen TV - Research

Diva Marketing Blog

Over the past few years a there have been a few changes in How we watch TV. . On goes the TV set, you flip open your tablet and smart phone ready to watch. Welcome to Second Screen TV and SocialTV. . The results, which they shared with the industry, TV Viewing and the “Second Screen” – What Audiences are Doing with Mobile, Tablet Devices, is a report based on the CivicScience data collection and research platform. Picture this.

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What fundraisers can learn from reality TV shows

iMarketSmart

Reality TV is popular. They wrongly figure that reality TV viewers watch because they are not very smart and they want to talk to their friends about the shows. Why people watch reality TV . candidate at OSU at the time of their research), the truth about why people watch reality TV is something to which nonprofits might want to pay more attention. People like reality TV simply because the shows deliver really good stories — drama, suspense, morality, and more.

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Christmas Cause Marketing on TV

Cause Related Marketing

And yet cheap as prices were back in 1992 do you think any sponsor would spring for even one national cause marketing ad on TV? It may be that the version running in your market is different, but it’s enough to say that both firms are actively advertising their cause promotions on TV. I started my cause marketing career back when gasoline cost about $1.15 a gallon, the median price of a house was a little more than $80,000 and a 30-second Super Bowl ad cost ‘just’ $850,000.

TV Show + Nonprofit = Big Thanks!

Get Fully Funded

On most Tuesday nights, you can find me and my daughter on the couch watching our favorite TV show – Biggest Loser. We love watching people working hard to meet their goals. If you’re unfamiliar with Biggest Loser, it’s a reality show where contestants lose weight. Tonight showed the contestants each working an 8-hour day for a week at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. I was so excited to see them there!

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Second Screen TV - Research

Diva Marketing Blog

Over the past few years a there have been a few changes in How we watch TV. . On goes the TV set, you flip open your tablet and smart phone ready to watch. Welcome to Second Screen TV and SocialTV. . The results, which they shared with the industry, TV Viewing and the “Second Screen” – What Audiences are Doing with Mobile, Tablet Devices, is a report based on the CivicScience data collection and research platform. Picture this.

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How To Measure Media Cost & Results When Promoting Your Nonprofit (TV, Newspaper, Billboards, Branding Products, etc.)

NonProfit Branding

The Research: Many media – billboards, TV, newspapers, skywriters, etc – can promote your brand. Each has different impacts. And different costs. Here’s a look at the research that compares expense and results. This is information you will want to keep for reference.) The Key Yardstick: Of three basic metrics, number of impressions is the [.].

Volunteer TV Challenge

A. Fine Blog

The Chronicle of Philanthropy announced the Video TV Challenge, a video contest for individuals and nonprofits to share their ideas of how volunteerism can be incorporated into their favorite TV shows. Tags: Social Media Chronicle of Philanthropy IParticipate Video TV Challenge

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Fundraising Up For Public TV

The Agitator

Nice to see this good news for the public TV sector, as reported in Philanthropy Journal. The public TV market bottomed in 2006. These mail-driven results might suggest the age profile of public TV supporters is on the old — and aging — side. We’d love to hear of some evidence that the donor base for public TV is holding up as Boomers come to the fore. Any Agitator readers seeing data on the age profile of public TV donors?

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live TV becoming more affordable for nonprofits

Studio 501c

PR pro Kami Huyse asks her blog's readers to consider putting live TV into their PR plans , with the help of some relatively inexpensive technology. For those nonprofits that can afford it right now (I supposed that the cost will decline over time), live TV could be a great tool for training staff and volunteers and for helping donors and members to participate in events remotely. If you have ideas for how nonprofits can use live TV, please share them in the comments section below.

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live TV becoming more affordable for nonprofits

Studio 501c

PR pro Kami Huyse asks her blog's readers to consider putting live TV into their PR plans , with the help of some relatively inexpensive technology. For those nonprofits that can afford it right now (I supposed that the cost will decline over time), live TV could be a great tool for training staff and volunteers and for helping donors and members to participate in events remotely. If you have ideas for how nonprofits can use live TV, please share them in the comments section below.

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Remains of the Day: Microsoft Making Its Own Apple TV? [For What Its Worth]

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Microsoft's rumored to be working on a Windows-based set-top box (a la Apple or Google TV), webOS may be coming to tablets next month, and Google may use Android's near-field wireless for quick on-the-go payments. More » For what its worth in brief Remainders

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What Your Small Nonprofit Can Learn From the Sharknado Twitter Storm

Social Media Bird Brain

buzz small nonprofits cable tv social media sharknado publicity nonprofit Twitter brand rebelmouse Did I jump on a meme bandwagon? Please - if that were the case, I''d be doing a post on the royal baby. Nope; what we got here is a kind of failure to communicate. This wacky movie about sharks falling from the sky got so much Twitter press I heard even one U.S. Congressman hoped a vote wouldn''t delay his being able to watch it. So what was the end result of all this hype?

What can we learn from TV’s most popular curmudgeon?

Donor Power Blog

I  am referring to Gregory House , the brilliant medical diagnostician who is the poster-child for unconventional thinking.    Season 4 introduced a group of Fellowship candidates that had to compete to make the final team of three.   In Guardian Angels (episode 404 if you are interested), House axes the oldest candidate because the candidate thinks too much like House (ignore the fake doctor part). House needs alternatives.

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What can we learn from TV’s most popular curmudgeon?

Donor Power Blog

I am referring to Gregory House , the brilliant medical diagnostician who is the poster-child for unconventional thinking.      Season 4 introduced a group of Fellowship candidates that had to compete to make the final team of three.   In Guardian Angels (episode 404 if you are interested), House axes the oldest candidate because the candidate thinks too much like House (ignore the fake doctor part). House needs alternatives.

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As Seen on TV Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

One of the pretenses of reality TV in the United States is doing whatever you do in the name of charity. Walgreens had the bracelet in store before Hall’s win on live TV, so they didn’t start the campaign knowing how well he’d finish. It seems like half the bikes built on the show American Chopper , for instance, are made to be donated to or otherwise auctioned off on behalf of charity.

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So You Think You Can Fundraise?: Reality TV I’d Like to See

Fundraising Breakthroughs

What we need is reality TV about nonprofit fundraising that, well, contains reality. Here’s my idea for a reality TV show: "So You Think You Can Fundraise?" Forget Blonde Charity Mafia. Forget the episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta where nobody bids at the charity auction—poor DeShawn! So, I was interested to read The Chronicle of Philanthropy article “ Small Charities Get An Education in Fund Raising -- and Filmmaking.” It discusses the We Need Funds NOW!

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Kaplan University…the best recruitment ad I have seen to date.

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Have a look a this TV ad from Kaplan University. Tags: TV ad Social Media Compliment Videos university classroom 2.0 Lately I have been approached and in contact with numerous universities that are seeking help in their recruitment endeavours. They say that their ads, brochures and pamphlets aren’t working anymore, they want to start using “social media&# as part of their recruitment efforts. What do I say to this? Social media is not just another tool for your campaign!

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How to Get Your PSA on Hulu

Mission Minded

Nonprofit Fundraising Nonprofit Web Nonprofit communications Social Media Storytelling Video ad placement appeal campaign development fundraising Hulu nonprofit PSA PSA on Hulu public service advertising television tv YouTubeIf you’re like us, you’re watching more and more television programming on the Internet via sites like Hulu, rather than traditional networks.

Cause Marketers, It's Time to Press Our Advantages

Cause Related Marketing

GM TV Upfront Big Research Prosper International Chrysler Ad Age Today I stray a little way from cause marketing to address the topic of media allocation, but there is a relevancy and application for cause marketers.Recently Prosper International released an analysis of the media mix the Big 3 automakers use against data collected by Big Research of what media people say influences them in their purchases weighted by consumption and cost.To

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Behind the Scenes of NBC’s Parenthood Project

SocialButterfly

What I take away from both the Web site and Cathy’s answers is how integrated each facet of the project is–from the TV series, to leveraging social media through video, photos and text, to the universal concept of parenthood–all the way to identifying a non-profit that has a strong family strengthening initiative–it’s smart.

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Feature spotlight: Mobile fundraising platform

CrowdRise

“2x more brand experiences happen on mobile than anywhere else, including TV, in-store, computer, etc.

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Fundraising Coach Marc Pitman on Fox 25 Boston

Fundraising Coach

Tags: Samples & Tools Specials fundraising media tv

Best Videos of 2009

A. Fine Blog

Tags: Social Media beth kanter Do Gooder TV Lucy Bernholz micah sifry

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The Power of Stories in Social Change

A. Fine Blog

In addition to his day job as a case worker at a homeless shelter in LA, he also founded Invisible People TV and is a tireless story teller through social media of the every day heroism and struggles of homeless people. Uncategorized Get Storied Hardly Normal Invisible TV Mark Horvath Michael Margolis Social Good pocastThis month’s Social Good podcast is on the power of storytelling and it introduces a brand new format. I blogged about the transition here.

Is Email More Inspiring Than Social Media?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Worldwide, other channels that inspire included websites ( 17% ), print (13%), TV ads ( 8% ), phone calls ( 4% ), radio ads (3%), text messages (2%), billboards (1%), and messaging apps (1%). According to the newly released 2020 Global Trends in Giving Report , it is!

the ad that empowered a jilted bride to empower women 'round the world

Studio 501c

BLOGGING COMMUNICATIONS FUNDRAISING MARKETING NEWSLETTERS PHILANTHROPY PSAs TV WEBKyle Paxman was supposed to get married today, but when she discovered six weeks ago that her fiance was cheating on her, she called off the wedding. Stuck with a contract for a 180-guest event at a nice hotel, she turned the day into a fundraising benefit for CARE USA and the Vermont Children's Aid Society. Kyle chose CARE after she happened to see this PSA, I Am Powerful , on television.

the ad that empowered a jilted bride to empower women 'round the world

Studio 501c

Tags: BLOGGING COMMUNICATIONS FUNDRAISING MARKETING NEWSLETTERS PHILANTHROPY PSAs TV WEB

Try the “100 Days” Theme for Your Next Video or Email

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The Sacramento SPCA worked with a local TV station that sponsors the Doggy Dash to produce this video. Election years and the inaugurations that follow always include lots of talk about the “First 100 Days.” ” It’s a great theme that we use in one of our most popular downloads, The First 100 Days of Your New Nonprofit Marketing Job. But we also have another “100 days” that is very timely right now.

What Nonprofit Communicators Should Binge Watch #NPCOMMLIFE

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I know very few nonprofit communicators are laying around all day binge-watching TV. Extra note from me: This is one of my all-time favorite TV shows now, but it took a couple episodes for me to get into it. Here are some more ideas on what to watch: Coronavirus: 100 TV shows that will keep you streaming for weeks of social distancing. Most of you are working from home still trying to make the world a better place.

What planned and major gifts officers can learn from Shark Tank

iMarketSmart

I love Shark Tank , the reality TV show that features a panel of potential venture capitalists (“sharks”) evaluating aspiring entrepreneurs product/business ideas. SEE ALSO: >> Why fundraisers can learn from reality TV shows. I watch it with my kids! It’s terrific because it allows us to consider possibilities, business strategies, and presentation skills all in one 30-minute episode— for fun!

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How to Use LinkedIn to Level Up Your Nonprofit

J Campbell Social Marketing

Angela is a highly sought-after speaker who was recently featured on Chronicle, a WCVB TV social media segment, spoke at the Massachusetts Conference for Women, CWE Women’s Business Leaders Conference and Needham Business Association, and more. Should your nonprofit be on LinkedIn? What are the advantages and strengths of a dynamic LinkedIn presence for your org? Is it really worth it for nonprofits?

What “Wheel of Fortune” Can Teach You About Your Brand

Mission Minded

We didn’t spend every dinner in front of the TV, but when we did, I loved to solve the puzzle. I grew up watching the television show “Wheel of Fortune.” I loved Pat Sayjak. I loved filling in the blanks. Now that I look back on it, I think it’s possible those early word puzzle […]. Blog Nonprofit Branding

COVID-19 Commercials – A united message or simply a lack of creativity?

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

You’ve probably seen a few COVID-19 TV commercials by now, maybe even shed a few tears. Empty roads, parked airplanes, deserted cities, playgrounds with no kids, you name it. If the location once had people in it, it is now being shown as empty with some sombre piano music concurrently nourishing our auditory senses and reminding us what we are all missing.

How to Make the Most of a Television Interview

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

But because TV interviews aren’t opportunities that occur frequently for most people, we’ve been spending some time preparing her for her close up. Before any TV interview, it helps to create a set of simple, jargon-free talking points – and practice using them. Repeat the question in the answer – One of my favorite tricks for TV interviews is to incorporate the interviewer’s question into the beginning of your answer.

Social Media Has Not Killed Email - And Don't Let Your Small Nonprofit Do It, Either

Social Media Bird Brain

More than once I’ve read a blog post or seen someone on TV or streaming video saying that social media is putting email in its coffin and every tweet or ping is another nail. Social media hasn’t killed email. Don’t you believe it. Social media and Email are complementary tools that should be used as fully and responsibly as possible. Email is probably still your most effective tool at.

From Screen to Shining Screen

Non Profit Marketing 360

Another interesting nugget: consumers start digital interaction from their smartphones 63% of the time, but usually complete it on a tablet or PC (shopping) or TV (movie). Google released a study of media habits in late August that quantifies what many have observed: Americans consume digital content across four different devices – television, personal computer, tablet and smartphone. Together, the four account for 90% of media usage. Abandon hope, all ye who favor print!)

#VIDEO: Freelance Producers & Reporters Wanted for Brooklyn Independent Television

Non Profit Marketing 360

Brooklyn Independent Television (a division of the Community Media initiative of BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn ), makes TV programs for and about Brooklyn, NYC, covering news, arts, culture, sports, health, business, and what’s happening in Brooklyn’s diverse neighborhoods. Most of the time, these are your own story pitches you’re producing, you’re using our equipment, you’re not under crunchy deadlines, your story will air on TV and be seen online.”.

Social Media and Newsletter Ideas for August 2020

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

TV premieres include Hard Knocks: Los Angeles (if there is an NFL season), Lovecraft Country, and Lucifer. Need writing ideas for social media, blog posts, newsletter articles, and more? We have you covered. These ideas come from our Monthly Nonprofit Writing Prompts email newsletter*.

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19 Fantastic Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—Movin’ Up Monday

Getting Attention

Manager, Social Action, TV – Strategic Impact , Publicity Coordinator and Traffic Coordinator , Participant Media (Los Angeles, CA). Please post your open nonprofit marketing position here —for full- or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. New Opportunities. Associate for Online Content & Media & Public Relations Specialist , Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (Cambridge, MA). Associate Web Producer , Blackbaud (Austin, TX).

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Diva Foodies - My Newest (Ad)Venture!

Diva Marketing Blog

It's the only Twitter chat bringing TV Chefs Contestants and audience/fans together in a quick paced digital conversation Diva Foodies , is a sister company to Bloomberg Marketing , serving the food industry. . I am delighted to work with people who are passionate about their business including foodprenerus, chefs, cookbook authors, media companies and caterers. As with Diva Marketing, the focus is to help grow the business through digital strategies.

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6 Ways to Get More Value Out of Your Next Press Release

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Same goes for daily papers and TV stations in mid-size to large markets. Flickr Creative Commons photo by Alvin Chua. Many communicators overvalue the importance of press releases. Yes, a press release is an important part of your nonprofit’s media relations toolbox.

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What “Wheel of Fortune” Can Teach You About Your Brand

Mission Minded

We didn’t spend every dinner in front of the TV, but when we did, I loved to solve the puzzle. I grew up watching the television show “Wheel of Fortune.” I loved Pat Sayjak. I loved filling in the blanks. Now that I look back on it, I think it’s possible those early word puzzle […]. Blog Nonprofit Branding

Cause Marketing About Nothing

Cause Related Marketing

In the TV show Seinfeld Jerry and George pitch NBC a sitcom they said was about nothing. The campaign will be successful if they run a ton of ads like this on TV. But let's be honest, this ad won't be seen on TV very often at all. They may be able to pay for a few TV ads and get a handful more freebies from TV stations. Now the Vermont Foodbank is trying to get patrons at Vermont Hannaford Supermarkets to do Nothing about hunger in the state.