Tag Archives: Communications

Click here! How to write advocacy emails that work

Tired of writing emails with good open rates but low clickthrough and action rates? The problem may lie in your presentation. In this post we interview Elena Perez of SEIU-UHW (formerly with MoveOn.org and the California National Organization for Women) about writing good emails and her upcoming Netroots Nation training on the same topic.

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Spring cleaning: Clean up your digital (work) life

Well, spring has sprung! It’s a spectacular day here in Oakland and my mind is on spring cleaning. To make things simple, I’ve put together a checklist with ideas for cleaning up your digital work life.

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What to do in 2014? Make headlines!

Looking forward to 2014? Here’s how to make headlines!

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New Media Mentors take-away: Being realistic about resources is critical

This week I’m sharing two of my biggest take-aways from the third cohort of New Media Mentors—a program designed to help nonprofits make their online organizing work more strategic, effective and efficient.

Today’s post gets at how organizations manage online work internally: To maximize effectiveness, being realistic about resources is critical.

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Steal this Idea: Retweetable tweets!

From Nonprofit Tech 2.0, some great ideas of how to make your tweets retweetable. Worth reading!

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Experts speak: Testing tips from an internet insider

Expert and practitioner of analytics and testing, Jim Pugh, shares his insights and knowledge in our latest interview from the field. This is great advice – not to be missed!

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