Tag Archives: social good

It’s the season of giving. And with more than 85,000 registered charities in Canada, the competition for your discretionary dollar is heating up. For traditional non-profits like the United Way, dealing with dwindling donation dollars is compounded by the rise of online, crowd-sourced and increasinlgy niche charitable initiatives. How does one of Canada’s largest and oldest charities break through the clutter, especially during the prime giving season, to successfully engage local, distracted and digitally savvy donors? While bricks-and-motar organizations like the United Way certainly have their work cut out, the increasing use of social media and the resulting metrics are helping organizations focus their marketing efforts to maximize awareness, engagement and, ultimately, donations.

The future of social media and small non-profits like rare

ekastner   November 17, 2015

Title of post: The future of social media and small non-profits like rare Organization: rare Charitable Research Reserve Industry: Non-profit, Environment Web references: Just Giving, The Guardian, Forbes, Internet.org, Matthew Walberto, Facebook, Twitter, raresites The framework of social media is constantly changing – this statement brings on an equal wave of excitement and panic for small non-profit organizations. With staff… Read more »

Looking Past the Mirror

Sangeeta   June 27, 2013

Are you celebrating vanity metrics in your organization? The term vanity metrics sounds as fluffy as the impressive numbers behind it. Think 406,852 likes, over a million followers, 500 hits a day. What do those numbers actually say? Is there a story behind those numbers and are those numbers generating the desired results? In her article “Kiss Vanity Metrics Goodbye”… Read more »