Topic: Digital Communications

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How To Keep Up with Changes to Social Media You Already Use

February 20, 2017
It’s time to trash the idea of an unalterable five-year, three-year, or even one-year social media strategy. Devise a nimble and malleable social media strategy that can be refined when your nonprofit learns, adapted when your organizational goals shift, and evolved when social media changes and changes some more.

Are Technology Investments Curbing NGO Impact?

February 15, 2017
Is your organization overemphasizing mobilization? If you’re prioritizing mobilizing over organizing, your digital supporters may be falling into a black hole when they’re ready for more.
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Our Banner Ads Are On Breitbart?!

February 14, 2017
Over the past few years, the ever-more-precise targeting of people wherever they go on the Internet has been an amazing development for nonprofits who want to reach their current supporters and potential new audiences. But there are places you just don’t want your ads to appear—and websites you don’t want to get a dollar of your ad budget.

Celebrate the Change-Makers in Your Community

February 3, 2017
It's awards season, which means this is your chance to celebrate your own wins and the amazing work of other nonprofit technology professionals.

Help Map the Digital Landscape

January 20, 2017
For the third year, NTEN is proud to partner with Care2, hjc and Resource Alliance on a report that sets the standard for nonprofit digital planning.
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Wanted: Your Fundraising and Marketing Know-How

December 23, 2016
NTEN is again teaming up with M+R on its Benchmarks Study: an in-depth look at nonprofit data, strategy, and trends. The study helps nonprofit fundraisers, organizers, and marketers make smart decisions based on the experiences of their peers. But we need your help.
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What the New Internet Land Rush Means for Organizations

November 18, 2016
New top-level domains are fertile ground for marketing innovation. For starters, you’ve got a shot at campaign URLs you’ve always dreamt of but whose .org and .com versions were taken long ago.
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Developing an E-Learning Program: Tools and Lessons Learned

November 17, 2016
Developing your own e-learning program doesn’t require a large budget. Be creative, make the best use of free tools, and be willing to do the research to find what will work for both you and your audience.
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4 Ways To Save Live Video Broadcasts

October 26, 2016
Human rights organizations and individual activists increasingly rely on live video streaming to raise awareness about injustice. But the downside to live streaming is that there may be no permanent record, which complicates your ability to use the video later in legal proceedings, for awareness campaigns, or calls to action.
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Take the Red Pill for Mind-Blowing Social Media Retargeting

October 19, 2016
What if I told you that you could use social media to find the people who visited your website and lure them back with a great offer?