If your nonprofit doesn’t plan for a strong adoption, Slack won’t seem like it works better than email. Five tips for starting off right.
I encourage any nonprofit team that wants to run a well-connected team to include direct messaging in their toolbox. And yes, I love Slack.
Your organization can create and maintain a style guide to give your leaders guidance about how to write/speak/present about the issues you work on.
You need to secure your website by moving your site onto HTTPS instead of HTTP. Browsers will display warnings if you don’t.
Nonprofits handle extensive personal information about our members, constituents and donors, so we have to take security seriously.
Explanations of Google Analytics terms that I frequently find myself explaining to grassroots social justice communicators.
LastPass, Basecamp, Cyfe and Zapier — those are four apps I’m still excited about, plus several bonus apps that I use almost daily.
I’m surprised at how often clients give only cursory attention to contracts before agreeing to sign. They treat it like it’s just “blah, blah.” But it’s your recipe for success.
We can get caught up “doing” social media: churning out content and then measuring success by the numbers that are most visible instead of using it to build relationships.