The Value of “Good Data” for Communicators

The word "data" is often thrown around in business settings, conveying a desire of solid judgment, urgency or innovation. However, without thoughtful collection, analysis, and review, data really isn’t much help. Especially when dealing with complex and unpredictable topics like communications, it’s important to understand where data can…

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Giving Tuesday in a Pandemic Economy: Help Giving Tuesday Give to You

Last year, nonprofits raised over $1.9 billion on Giving Tuesday, with $511 million of that coming from online sources. This year, Giving Tuesday is on December 1 and, as with nearly everything else this year, it will likely look different than in past years. Because Giving Tuesday is typically a central part of nonprofits’ end-of-year campaigns, low returns could prove detrimental to…

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Free digital advertising for nonprofits with Google Ad Grants

In the COVID-19 recession, many nonprofits are facing tighter budgets than ever. Fortunately, Google offers a free resource that goes overlooked by too many nonprofits but offers a remarkably valuable in-kind advertising donation to qualifying organizations.  Google Ad Grants work just like Google Ads online…

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The Basics of Social Media Advertising

While high-quality organic social media content is valuable for building your brand and communicating on behalf of your organization, paid social media with a well-crafted targeting strategy will ensure that content reaches the right people. Even with a small budget of just $10 a day, you can significantly amplify your posts within an existing audience or reach new viewers altogether.   Facebook and Instagram  Most people…

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3 Ways to Increase Digital Ad Conversions

In the world of digital marketing, conversions are the lifeblood of any successful advertising campaign. First of all, what are conversions? Simply put, a conversion is any significant interaction with a product or service obtained from marketing efforts. Some examples of these interactions could be…

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