40k to 4 Million Views! Boost YOUR YouTube Video Views (Case Study)

Getting Attention

Guest blogger Mark Horvath founded and leads Invisible People who shares how to boost your YouTube views from meh to magnificent. With a focus on homelessness education, an average of 40,000 monthly views was amazing, or so I thought.

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Get More Video Views & Shares: #501TechNYC (Part 2)

Getting Attention

This video has been viewed 5 million times on Facebook ! Lane and Cathe agree that in-house creative guidance is a must for producing a video that gets viewed and shared. posting the link to the YouTube version) to generate far more views and shares. Read Part One.

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40k to 4 Million Views! Boost YOUR YouTube Video Views (Case Study)

Getting Attention

Today he shares how to boost your YouTube views from meh to magnificent. With a focus on homelessness education, an average of 40,000 monthly views was fantastic, or so I thought. From 40,000 views every month to now more than 4 million views every month ! Our average view duration is 2:41 – almost 3 minutes! Our channel has generated high views before, but traffic was always just a temporary spike after a media hit.

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How your donors view money

Wild Woman Fundraising

” If this is true, if once you have enough money, you consciously decide what to do with it, then your donors may view money as a way to exercise their sincerity, to give back to the world through your cause. Do you want more donors?

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Re-Viewing and a Review

Social Media Bird Brain

Image via Alfred Hitchcock Geek One reason I have thought about ending this blog is because I didn't think I had anything in particular to add to the cacophony of advice and insight from people who have made giving advice and insight a profession (and do damn well at it). My own insight has never seemed to me to be particularly. insightful. Maybe it's because I live in my head that I. titles not-for-profits ideas social media advice giving 2.0 review Small nonprofit

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A View From a Different Window - Curating Content

Social Media Bird Brain

Image via FreeFoto.com Art and museum curators are professionals at putting together exhibits. Basically, what a curator does is to show you the art the way she sees it: underlying themes, ideas, context, relationships. In social media, content curation is slightly different: "Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a.

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Charity Videos Get Viewed

The Agitator

Yesterday I wrote about the march of online video into the media repertoire of mainstream America. Basically, everybody watches them, and an impressive and growing percentage of us originate our own video content and post it on the web … even if it’s just marking a friend’s wedding or our dog’s best trick. Ace fundraiser Willis Turner commented on the post with skepticism: “As usual, lots of interesting information about engagement but not a word about money.

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Two Views Of Social Media

The Agitator

Here’s how Jeff Brooks at Future Fundraising Now views social media — basically, as the enemy of fundraising! Here’s how Beth Kanter at Beth’s Blog views social media.

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A New View of Grant Resources

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

A truly sustainable funding model is the holy grail of nonprofits. A great way to achieve that goal is by making sure you have a diversified revenue stream that includes individual donations, fees for service, and grant funding.

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A Donor’s Unexpected Earth Day Point of View

Get Fully Funded

When I worked at the local food bank, I had a major donor who revealed an unexpected point of view that seems appropriate for Earth Day. Here’s the story. This lovely lady had been a regular donor to the food bank for many years. One day I invited her to lunch to get to know her better. I asked her why she liked the food bank, expecting to hear a story of personal connection or compassion, like the stories I heard from lots of other supporters.

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Seven Words That Will Make Your Web Site Worth Viewing

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What are the seven words that will make your Web site worth viewing? Seven. A number like any other. But it does seem to come up on a fairly regular basis: the Seven Wonders of the World, the Seven Deadly Sins, and the Seven Dwarfs: Happy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Bashful, Doc, Dopey, and (my favorite) Grumpy. Phone numbers have seven digits. And may say the optimum brand name should be no more than seven letters long.

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Life Without Facebook ~ A View From Gen Y #4

Diva Marketing Blog

Jessica Roby n, a typical millennium and 7-year Facebook member, has not seen any of the new time lines for brands. You see, on January 13, 2012 Jessica disabled her account and began an experiment of "Life Without Facebook. ".

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Your Views On The ‘Trick Or Tweak’ Debate?

The Agitator

Could you resist reading an article titled: “Simple tweak could nearly double the amount you give to charity”? And what would be your first expectation of what that ‘tweak’ might be? A matching gift offer? Some design/creative gimmick? A breakthrough premium? Use of a video? A magic word in the email subject line?

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Life Without Facebook ~ A View From Gen Y #2

Diva Marketing Blog

This is a special interview series on what life is like for Jessica Robyn Porter , a Gen Y-er, who disabled her 7 year old Facebook Page. We're calling it quasi social media reality ! Part #1. .

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The Skinny on Direct Marketing 101 – The Basics: A Participant’s View

DonorDigital

This following article was originally published in March 2016 by the Direct Marketing Association of Washington and is reprinted with permission. On March 2, I had the pleasure of attending DMAW’s DM 101 Course – The Basics. It was a wonderful event and like most ideal association communities, DMAW provides an excellent full day introductory seminar that has become the standard for bringing industry newbies, mostly 1-4 years in their careers, up to speed.

A different point of view.

Nonprofit Consultant Blog

One of the most popular posts on this blog is one the earliest. It is also the one that seems to upset the most people. I'm referring, of course, to my posting on nonprofit grant writing fees versus commissions. In that posting, I explained why I follow the AFP Code of Ethics and refuse to write grants on a contingency basis.

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Life Without Facebook ~ A View From Gen Y #3

Diva Marketing Blog

It's 2004. You're a college freshman. You and your friends sign up for a new internet platform called Facebook. It becomes an interactive scrapbook of your life. Flash forward 7 years. You disengage from Facebook. This is a special Diva Marketing q uasi social media reality series with Gen Y Jessica Robyn who takes us into her world of Life Without Facebook. and offers her insights into the question Why ? Part #1 Part #2.

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Use This Sea Change in Our Country to Shake-Up Your Marketing Point-of-View

Getting Attention

Obama's inauguration is a huge change for our country. The crowd in DC and the record-breaking count of TV audiences shouts that. Among many, there's a palpable sigh of relief today, and a massive return of hope. Less comfort for others; but still recognition of a huge change. So YOUR MARKETING has to change with it. Effective communication is based on your understanding of whom you're having a discussion with, and her perspective, passions and needs are.

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#COMMUNICATION: Is Your Nonprofit Staff Conversing With Both Audience & Each Other?

Non Profit Marketing 360

To inspire a desired action from constituents or customers, Michael Brito encourages organizations to practice ‘ reciprocal altruism ‘: “We must stop referring to customers as target audience, segments or page views; and consider that they are real people, with real emotions.

Life Without Facebook ~ A View From Gen Y #1

Diva Marketing Blog

More than 800 million active users has given Facebook the enviable status of the golden child of social networks. With multiple generations sharing photos, updates and videos Facebook might even be considered a the biggest digital family reunion ever! However, as with any 'family' sometimes you need a bit of a break. That's what's happening for the people who 'grew-up' on Facebook. the Gen Y or the Millennial Generation. They're signing off from Facebook. Some for forever.

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Facebook Trust: A Point of View From The Millennium Generation

Diva Marketing Blog

Jess graciously agreed to an interview for Diva Marketing to share her views. One might say that my 22-year old niece Jessica Robyn has “grown-up in social media.” She was actively involved in Live Journal when she was in middle school. She joined Facebook when she began college in 2004.

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“A Room with a View… of Everything” Giving power users tools to relate sets of data across the organization with JCA Answers for The Raiser’s Edge™

JCA Insights

A few days ago I wrote about the creative use of JCA Answers by one of our clients, National CASA. Another clever use of Answers for The Raiser’s Edge comes from the Perkins School for the Blind in Boston.

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Customer Service Social Media Style: A Pulse of the Industry View Part 1

Diva Marketing Blog

What do people do on social networks and blogs? They "talk" of course! They talk about what is important and what is mundane. More frequently, however, those conversations are directed, not to friends or family, but to the people who represent brands.

Haiti one year on – the view from an online donor’s doormat

Giving in a Digital World

A year ago this month, along with millions of others world-wide, I donated online in response to the terrible earthquake that hit Haiti.

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Abortion. A line in the sand.

Wild Woman Fundraising

People said she should keep her personal and political views out of her newsletter. To that I say, “You’re only saying that because you don’t agree with my politics and personal views. Look what I found.

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Will You Look Back With Me on 2011?

Wild Woman Fundraising

So last year I did a post about looking back, thinking about what has happened, taking stock, and reflecting. This year I ask you to join me in reflecting back on what this year has brought for you. Ask yourself these questions: What’s the big idea of this year?

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New digital tracking study reveals UK consumer views on promotional email and social media use

Giving in a Digital World

I’ve embedded a copy of the main research presentation above, so you can take a look at the top-line findings ( or click here to view on SlideShare ).

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A Few Simple But Powerful Points of View That Can Get Your Nonprofit's Team Together and Motivated

Seeking Grant Money Today

Being this is the case, we have a few suggestions to help you implement a new and fresh point of view among your nonprofit's volunteers, staff, and leaders. __ Consider the agency's mission statement and the organization's goals that have been set for 2010. Sometimes having a fresh lens through which the team views the end goal through is very powerful. We, here at The Grant Plant, LLC hope that you: had a good holiday season, didn't get too terrible stressed (ha!),

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It's A Stressful Time of Year for Nonprofits, Especially Now, But Also A Time For A New (Survivable) View

Seeking Grant Money Today

As for the view on the horizon. Consider, from this point of view, what the strategic options are to keep your organization running, growing, and healthy based in real regional information (facts). As we head into Thanksgiving, this week, our heads are buzzing with realities based in this year.

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Why the Washington Post shouldn’t view Facebook as an ATM machine

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

The Washington Post had an article yesterday (registration may be required to read it) that made the same mistake nonprofit marketing folks often make when judging the relative value of Facebook: it simply looked at Facebook as a place you post a cause and expect the dollars to roll in. If it doesn’t do that, the Post concludes, it doesn’t work. I’ve heard fundraisers say the same thing. But there is more to the story.

Giants Fans Create a Civil Community

A. Fine Blog

Tags: Social Media Big Blue View Bryant University Bulldogs Ed Valentine New York Giants

Complacency is a prelude to disaster

iMarketSmart

When fear is viewed as a negative , it paralyzes you. But when it’s viewed as a positive , it inspires creative thinking that leads to innovation and myriad opportunities. I know, change is hard.

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Want a copy of the ‘best of my blog’ book?

iMarketSmart

This complimentary book includes my most viewed and shared blog posts from 2017. Some of you might already know that I’ve got a book coming out this year on September 18th titled Engagement Fundraising. Hooray! You can pre-order it here. .

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5 Ways to Use Facebook Live In Your Next Fundraising Campaign

J Campbell Social Marketing

Happy viewing! If you missed this live mini-training about using Facebook Live, you can catch the replay on my Facebook Page ! Here are the slides, where I dive into 5 specific ways that your nonprofit can use Facebook Live in your next fundraising campaign.

Finding Data Management Solutions for Arts and Culture Organizations

EveryAction

Meeting both of these demands is best achieved through a unified database system that offers fundraisers a holistic, 360 degree view of their donors.

How To Find the Right Database For Social Justice and Advocacy Nonprofits

EveryAction

Having a unified database means that fundraisers can see a holistic view of donors of every level, so your interactions with them can be informed by both their past fundraising involvement and other actions taken such as signing digital petitions or attending a volunteer event.

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5 Tech Best Practices Universities Should Use To Keep Alumni Connected

EveryAction

Using a donor management database feature such as EveryAction’s Moves Management Action Plans allows fundraisers to easily view an alum’s entire relationship history, as well as a quick snapshot of their current and overall status.

5 Tech Best Practices Universities Should Use To Keep Alumni Connected

EveryAction

Using a donor management database feature such as EveryAction’s Moves Management Action Plans allows fundraisers to easily view an alum’s entire relationship history, as well as a quick snapshot of their current and overall status.

10 Organizations Leading The Way This Mental Health Awareness Month

EveryAction

They also use eye catching infographics to combine qualitative and quantitative data for a 360 degree view of their impact. Approximately 1 in 5 American adults experiences some sort of mental illness in any given year.

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11 Social Marketing Basics: My presentation for WANGO today

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Wango View more presentations from katyaa

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