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November 3, 2021

5 Types of Social Proof Every Nonprofit Should Add to Their Website

When people get to your website, they’ll want to see that you’re actually good at what you do. So, in order to earn the trust of prospective customers and manage your nonprofit’s online reputation, you should consider adding social proof to your site. This will provide concrete evidence that you can be trusted to deliver, since you’ve done it in the past. In this blog post, we’re going to look at five different types of social […]
November 5, 2021

The Power of Introverts in the Nonprofit Sector

From attending galas to planning events to approaching donors, the nonprofit world thrives off connections. For that reason, it feels like extroverts are always front and center. And in many ways, it seems as if that’s what the work requires—people who are eager to get out there and spread the word about a great cause. But that’s easier said than done for introverts in the nonprofit sector. If you’re an introvert, perhaps you feel intimidated […]
November 6, 2021

[PODCAST] Do More Good, The Book

An Interview with Bill McKendry, Author of Do More Good, the Book If you’re in need of some firepower behind your marketing budget, listen to this episode! Bill McKendry shares select stories from his new book, Do More Good, to inspire and inform nonprofit leaders on the importance of brand, communications, and marketplace perspective. Do More Good is a Book? In addition to being the parent organization of Nonprofit Hub and Cause Camp, Do More […]
November 10, 2021

How Your Brand Can Help Build Your Social Media Policy

Despite its perks, social media can be a danger zone for your cause. This is especially the case if you haven’t outlined clear expectations through a policy for your organization. The voices of your employees and even your volunteers can cast a shadow or a light on your organization’s image. Something as seemingly temporary or innocent as a social media post can make a big impact. That’s why a social media policy is key.  A […]