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5 Technology Practices Nonprofits Should Consider

Technology is constantly changing and every industry uses it in so many different ways. In the nonprofit sector, technology can now be used to leverage communications with members and increase engagement.  It can be used in many different ways; from the way supporters engage with nonprofits to the way nonprofit organizations fundraise, market, and manage information. In today’s day and age, we...

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5 Social Media Tips for Businesses

From Social Media to a Handshake: Taking Advantage of Communication Tools

Our multimedia guru, Suzy Shaw, has compiled the benefits and her recommendations for small business owners working to understand how to use social media tools such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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How to Get Your Business Found on Google Using Google Maps

As a marketing and communication expert, friends and clients are always asking me what they can do to get their business noticed on the Internet. Maximizing Google My Business and Google Maps are two things you can do that will greatly improve how your local business is found, and it’s FREE! I always recommend maximizing free marketing first. These tips will work and should be done even if you...

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Benefits of a Creating Gmail Marketing Account for Your Business

There are many reasons to create a Google Account for your business. My top marketing reasons are:

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5 Ways to Write Better Emails

There are many different ways to write better emails and grab the attention of your reader. If you're like me, you're probably inundated with new email messages every day, and despite your best intentions, you probably wind up ignoring a big portion of them.

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Communicating the Heart of Your Nonprofit through Video Storytelling

Nonprofit Video — How to Use Storytelling

Nonprofit videos are an incredible way to inspire and motivate, which is critical for organizations. I spent 7 years working in the Development Department of Maryland Public Television producing over 90-hours of live-television fundraising a year, and one of the most important things I learned was that people give their support for emotional reasons....

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Web Video Presenter Tips

Web video (or webcasting) is accessible to nearly everyone today just as Marty McFly predicted in Back to the Future! From FaceTime, to Skype, to GoToMeeting, video conferencing and webcasting has become integrated into our everyday business and personal lives. Employers often interview prospective employees through webcasting, and YES first impressions do matter! As a broadcast video...

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Office Relocation Challenges you Should be Prepared for

Office relocation is typically an exciting thing. It could mean your business is expanding, your organization is doing well, and you’re ready for growth. Or it could mean your lease simply expired or you’re even just trying to cut costs. Either way, if you’re the one in charge of making the move happen, it can be quite overwhelming.

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5 Online Marketing Tips for New Businesses

All small and new businesses need to make sure their bases are covered when launching and marketing their organization online. Here are 5 tips to get you started:

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5 Technology Practices Nonprofits Should Consider

Technology is constantly changing and every industry uses it in so many different ways. In the nonprofit sector, technology can now be used to leverage communications with members and increase engagement.  It can be used in many different ways; from the way supporters engage with nonprofits to the way nonprofit organizations fundraise, market, and manage information. In today’s day and age, we...

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