For occasional social media users, keeping up with new features can be tricky. Whether we are simply not able to keep up, or that the changes happened subtly, the endpoint here is the same – we are missing out!
Narrowing this down to Facebook, the gargantuan social media network has introduced a few key new features as of late that may have went under your radar. To help you catch up on key added features that you can truly capitalize on, here’s an overview of some new Facebook features that you may have missed out on.
Newsletters play an essential part in any NGO’s overall marketing and communications. Thus, in this article I’ll be breezing you through some key points that you may find useful when working with your very own newsletter campaigns.
From avoiding being filtered as SPAM to tips and tricks on developing a mobile-friendly newsletter, let’s breeze through a quick list of tips that can either help you effectively begin an EDM (electronic direct marketing) campaign, or further improve your existing one.
Your Tool of Choice
Believe it or not, creating breathtaking pictures or videos need not to be an expensive ordeal. There are actually a ton of cost-effective resources out there, for both desktops and mobiles, that are simply just waiting for you!
Looking to boost your nonprofit’s marketing materials? Let me help you do that with just the use of your mobile devices! From as simple as giving your pictures a bit of a twist up to animating your own videos, be able to do all of those with these FREE and easy to use apps.
Tablet Photography: Create Your Own Resource
Ginny Mies shares how telling your data visually is now easier than ever with the help of web-based infographic tools. She recently had to create an infographic for a project. Having very basic design skills, she was looking for something intuitive and easy to learn that could create an attractive final product. After surveying many of the programs out there, she found a few that meet these requirements. Ginny writes:
Tools for Creating Infographics, Charts, and Diagrams
This inaugural post highlights the big nonprofit technology stories of 2012, including making websites viewable on mobile phones, using mobile phones more in the workplace, cloud computing, social media fundraising, foundations and Microsoft donations, greater self-sufficiency among NGOs in developing countries, and some cutting edge things like hackathons. This was an original December blog post by TechSoup's Jim Lynch:
Choosing a Good Tool Can Help Your Nonprofit to Highlight Expertise, Engage Constituents, and Share Resources