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May 17, 2021

Cause Camp Spring 2021 Recap – It’s Time To Think Bigger

Right now, it feels like the world has been turned upside down (and just like that, the song from Hamilton is playing in your head). That’s why it’s good to know that some things never change. Cause Camp was virtual again this spring, but thanks to a revolutionary platform and the A-game of our all-star speakers, attendees walked away with new networking connections, ideas and insights to help them do more good.  There was no […]
May 18, 2021

Maximize the Google Ad Grant with Keyword Research

Many nonprofits find themselves frustrated after acquiring the Google Ad Grant. They think that by acquiring the Google Ad Grant and creating a few ads, they’ll start spending $10K per month in free advertising and get thousands of website visitors! Then they discover that their ads are only getting a few dozen clicks each month and they are only spending $300 of that $10K per month.  That is frustrating to say the least! So, that […]
May 20, 2021

5 Things You Should Know About Influencer Marketing – The Beginner’s Guide

This blog was sponsored by Socialfix In today’s world, social media plays a very important role in our lives. Apart from that, marketers have also realized how to attract valuable customers through collaborations with various influencers on these platforms. Many brands across the globe now build trust with consumers and leverage trendsetters’ influence on their buying decisions. In this article, we’ll cover 5 things you should know about influencer marketing and reveal some tips and […]
May 26, 2021

It’s Time To Reclaim Your Nonprofit’s Assets

This blog was sponsored by Escheatment Could your nonprofit have thousands or even millions of dollars in assets that it doesn’t even know about? It’s entirely possible, given the tangled maze of laws and processes relating to these unclaimed assets. Here’s what you need to know. What is “escheatment”? When certain assets are left unclaimed, those assets are transferred to states and other governmental entities in a process known as escheatment. The assets are then custodially […]