Topic: NTEN News

February Member Roundup: Privacy report, design inspiration, and website stats to know

February 8, 2016
The latest news, events, and good reads from NTEN Members.

Nominate a Campaign or Initiative for the Care2 Impact Prize by Midnight!

February 5, 2016
Know of a prize-worthy campaign or initiative in the charity sector? Nominations are still open through the end of today!

January Member Roundup: 2016 Predictions, Nonprofit Fundraising 101, and Digital Trends Ahead

January 14, 2016
Member Success Story by Leili Khalessi, new books (digital *and* print!), and more in this month's roundup.

Engage, Inform, Recruit: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media to Recruit Donors and Volunteers

December 5, 2013
Engagement Marketing, when done well, can become the single best source of new members, volunteers, or donors for any nonprofit organization. By delivering great experiences and content to your key constituents, you can use that engagement to drive social visibility. Great content and experiences make people feel connected to an organization, and when these connections happen on places like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, one-to-one conversations turn into socially visible endorsements for an association or nonprofit.

Building Community On Your Website

March 14, 2013
Finding ways of increasing member/supporter engagement was identified as a top priority for small membership organizations in our recent Small Membership Insight Survey. We also had survey participants ask their membership peers questions such as: How do you use your website to engage members more? It starts with a conversation One way to build engagement and keep members and supporters coming back to your website, is by creating a sense of community - one that starts a conversation that engages visitors by offering valuable information and ideas.

Engage, Inform, Recruit: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media to Recruit Donors and Volunteers

January 4, 2013
Engagement Marketing, when done well, can become the single best source of new members, volunteers, or donors for any nonprofit organization. By delivering great experiences and content to your key constituents, you can use that engagement to drive social visibility. Great content and experiences make people feel connected to an organization, and when these connections happen on places like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, one-to-one conversations turn into socially visible endorsements for an association or nonprofit.