What makes an infographic so shareable? Is it the quality of the information that is being posted, or the visual way that information is presented?
The answer is both.
Responsive design is combined with vetted, factual information to create the 21st century public service announcement. Some say there is no secret to creating a highly shareable infographic. Use cited research, get the information designed beautifully, and ensure that information is communicated to the viewer quickly and efficiently.
Here's an insiders look at what makes an infographic highly shareable.
Your nonprofit’s next event, big or small, will likely be announced and hyped up using social media. We all know this is something that we need to do, but how effective are your current strategies? Are you and your team just throwing Tweets and posts out there hoping something will stick?
When it comes to content creation, writers know that non-profits gain their credibility with strong writing and lose it with weak content. With well written, authoritative writing comes trust and with trust comes grants, donations, volunteers and customers, all which mark the success of a non-profit.
To optimize your writing and keep the credibility of your non-profit, avoid these four writing mishaps at all costs.
Cloud technology, since its inception, has done nothing but grow and become more reliable. Put very plainly, the cloud is an internet based computing system that uses the internet to service your organizations computing needs on the fly.
The cloud continues to impact nonprofits in unimaginable ways. Whether enabling employees to collaborate across the world, or streamlining an organizations file management system, the cloud has forever impacted the way we work.
Here are 5 ways the cloud can not only help your nonprofit, but feel like it is working for your nonprofit.
How has the cloud helped your nonprofit? Let us know in the comment section below.
Leadership is a trait found in so few people it’s awe worthy when witnessed. True leaders are naturals. The lead because it is all they know.
The rest of must work at leadership. We must take time out of days to ensure we are being the effective leaders. The best leaders know when they’re being effective.
And leading volunteers is often times the most difficult task of all. Volunteers are working for no reward, no payment. Getting the most out of these people can be painfully difficult.
Participating and being hands on is often times the best and most direct way to motivate volunteers. By showing how much you care about the project or event by rolling your sleeves up and getting involved, the easier it will be for your volunteers to get on board too.
Here are 4 ways Tech Impact suggests you get involved and lead your team to a successful project.
Sure, you’ve been just able to support your in-house IT department. But it can be expensive, aggravating, frustrating. Sometimes, it can even seem impossible to maintain your nonprofit’s IT infrastructure while keeping up with the latest tech trends and ever-evolving tech needs of their nonprofit.
At the dawn of the internet, websites were a sign of prosperity for a nonprofit organization. It showed your nonprofit was ahead of the curve, a forward thinker, and was ready for anything. Today, they are a necessary element to any successful organization.
In recent years, analytics have added an all new dimension to the website. Simply having a website is not enough. You have to ensure that more visitors are arriving to your site this month than last. The website must be intuitive to use, be feature rich, and attractive to the viewer. The truth is, websites grow stale very quickly, and it is important to ensure you are offering a web visitor something in return for their page view time. Unless you’re rewriting your home page copy, tagline, and call-to-action on a daily basis your website needs a blog. And fast.
Here are 4 reasons your nonprofit needs a focused content marketing blog sooner rather than later.