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Video Maximus Part 7: Live Tweeting as a Video Production Tool

Here is part 7 in a 7-part series of articles examining how a nonprofit organization with a small staff and limited budget can successfully delve into video, and utilize it in a variety of powerful ways to achieve multiple goals. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about Video Production for your organization. Access the[…]

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VIDEO MAXIMUS Part 6: Posting & Promoting Video

After an extended summer holiday, here is part 6 in a 7-part series of articles examining how a nonprofit organization with a small staff and limited budget can successfully delve into video, and utilize it in a variety of powerful ways to achieve multiple goals. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about Video Production[…]

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VIDEO MAXIMUS Part 5: Editing Video

This is part 5 in a 7-part series of articles examining how a nonprofit organization with a small staff and limited budget can successfully delve into video, and utilize it in a variety of powerful ways to achieve multiple goals. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about Video Production for your organization. Access the[…]

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VIDEO MAXIMUS Part 4: Filming Events – Tips for Nonprofits starting up Video Production

This is part 4 in a 7-part series of articles examining how a nonprofit organization with a small staff and limited budget can successfully delve into video, and utilize it in a variety of powerful ways to achieve multiple goals. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about Video Production for your organization. Access the[…]

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VIDEO MAXIMUS Part 3: The Video Production Hardware Checklist

This is part 3 in a 7-part series of articles examining how a nonprofit organization with a small staff and limited budget can successfully delve into video, and utilize it in a variety of powerful ways to achieve multiple goals. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about Video Production for your organization. Access the[…]

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VIDEO MAXIMUS Part 2: Getting Started with Nonprofit Video Production

  This is part 2 in a 7-part series of articles examining how a nonprofit organization with a small staff and limited budget can successfully delve into video, and utilize it in a variety of powerful ways to achieve multiple goals. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about Video Production for your organization. Access[…]

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VIDEO MAXIMUS Part 1: How Cost-Conscious Nonprofits Can Make the Most of Video

This is part one in a 7-part series of articles examining how a nonprofit organization with a small staff and limited budget can successfully delve into video, and utilize it in a variety of powerful ways to achieve multiple goals. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about Video Production for your organization. THE VALUE[…]

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The Final Stage: Going Beyond Blogging

This is part five in a 5-part series of articles examining the stages of blogging development within the nonprofit arena, describing the various challenges, solutions and innovations I have witnessed in the actual content marketing work of my clients. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about the power of the blog for your own[…]

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The Third Stage: Getting Professional at Nonprofit Blogging

This is part four in a 5-part series of articles examining the stages of blogging development within the nonprofit arena, describing the various challenges, solutions and innovations I have witnessed in the actual content marketing work of my clients. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about the power of the blog for your own[…]

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The Second Stage: Getting Your Feet Wet in Nonprofit Blogging

This is part three in a 5-part series of articles examining the stages of blogging development within the nonprofit arena, describing the various challenges, solutions and innovations I have witnessed in the actual content marketing work of my clients. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about the power of the blog for your own[…]

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The First Stage: Weighing the Pros and Cons of Nonprofit Blogging

This is part two in a 5-part series of articles examining the stages of blogging development within the nonprofit arena, describing the various challenges, solutions and innovations I have witnessed in the actual content marketing work of my clients. See if it doesn’t get you thinking about the power of the blog for your own[…]

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The Power of the Blog: Content Marketing for Cost-Conscious Nonprofits

The nonprofit organizations I tend to work with are faith-based. They are also generally small in size, with budget constraints. Consequently, they are all struggling with the same challenge and objective when it comes to social media: to attract and retain an audience who cares about their message enough to become active supporters. In working[…]

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Fiscal Year-End: A Great Time to Review Website Content

When you look at your organization’s website do you ever spot: ~ An outdated STAFF PAGE ~ An outdated BOARD MEMBERS list ~ Program pages with incorrect contact info ~ Links that don’t work ~ Information that is missing altogether Even if there are procedures (such as “staff off-boarding” guidelines) in place to try and[…]

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Why Your Nonprofit Organization Should Record Its Own Press Conferences

Though you might have many reporters and camera people at your press conference, in the end they might only publish/broadcast a short bit of the footage – and they won’t give you or the public access to the rest. The best way to make sure you and the public have total access to everything that[…]

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Holidays Present Special Social Media Opportunities

Annual holidays and observances are great opportunities to get creative with social media. This Christian church is engaging its social network in the observance of Lent, by using using broadcast email to feature daily “blogs” written by diverse members of their community. We particularly liked this reflection written by a member reporting from Tanzania, where[…]

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