Stats, facts, and figures—we all love data, and it certainly helps make content all the more powerful. Data, when used properly, makes an argument more compelling, underscores a position, and adds relevancy and authenticity to a story.
Yet we’ve all seen infographics, slides, and blog posts so cluttered with a hodgepodge of complex charts and figures, they actually depreciate the effectiveness of the content and the message. How do you balance data, design, and messaging to tell a stronger story?
Every day people are engaging in speaking and listening. Whether it’s through email, phone calls, text messages, in-person conversations, webinars, or any other mode of communication, everything we do is based on listening and speaking.
This is never more true than when thinking about nonprofit communication.
We exist because of the trust and support of others, and in the digital age, so much of that communication is done through the internet, social media, online press releases, and more.
So if we cannot effectively communicate with our constituents and prospective donors, we cannot function.
Here are the 4 steps to getting more done at your nonprofit through communication.
How do you communicate with the people who matter to your nonprofit?
Chances are good you're spending your time tweeting from your mobile device, sending emails asking for support, or schmoozing at events with a cocktail. Each of these channels of communication is imperative to he
In 2013, nonprofits looked forward to integrating communication channels to increase effectiveness, but are hesitant to try something new. While nonprofits want to increase the effectiveness of their communication with supporters, but according to NonprofitMarketingGuide.com nonprofits feel they face many challenges: