Forget contracting an agency. Do you have a website? Do you have access to email and social media? Then you can promote your business, yourself, for free.
Online Marketing is important not only for your business, or your nonprofit. It’s also important for your school.
How do you first generate interest in your school and the programs you’re offering? You make sure you’re well covered in social media. You make sure you’re well covered for search engine optimization. Once you’ve got people’s attention, they’re going to go onto your website.
Carol Stephan invited Bridget Willard and I to participate in her Twitter #DigiBlogChat on Tuesday, November 2nd. Pretty exciting! It’s now the second time I’ve done this. The topic was Giving – especially GivingTuesday with questions by Carol, Bridget, and myself.
Why not answer people’s questions before they ask them? Turning a simple phone call into a content marketing strategy is as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. With a little creativity, you can turn the obvious into the extraordinary!
Say the term sustainability and you open up quite a few rabbit holes. However, like any term, the best way to understand it is probably first to look for the ‘why?’ behind it. It all comes back to looking for doughnuts on Google. Do you want to talk about doughnuts?
What are four important things nonprofits need to think about when it comes to their online marketing? Bridget Willard and I talk about them!
Content Marketing is a great thing for Nonprofits to get into. We think it’s required. It’s not nice to have. It’s easy, free, and creates a connection.
Your small business isn’t too small to take advantage of small-budget ad buys with Google. This article explores some of your options and how we can help.
I googled “working for non-profits”, which many of my clients are, and I found results for 5 reasons, 8 reasons, 12 reasons, 19 reasons. I think there is 1 good reason to work for non-profits, small local businesses, and educational organisations.