It’s okay to admit: There are some marketing strategies you think are so difficult to implement that you find them scary (even spooky, perhaps?). Fear not, marketers — we’ve got you covered. Below, you’ll find comprehensive-yet-concise tips on how to accomplish a number of inbound
Ever since I got into marketing, I’ve chatted regularly with bloggers. Some wrote for fun — tiny blogs that chronicled their day-to-day lives. Some were entrepreneurs, using blogs to launch businesses. Others wrote for giant organizations, trying to keep a steady stream of leads flowing in. And while they all had different goals, writing styles, […]
One of the fears that many organizations harbor when it comes to social media as a communication channel is that an employee will share sensitive information, disparage the organization — or worse, a donor — or spend a great deal of time on Facebook or Twitter under the guise of “working.”
Driving engagement and donations and raising awareness is the mission of every nonprofit, but dedicating a single day to these goals can really amplify a nonprofit’s typical efforts. With so much success on Giving Tuesday last year, we want to make sure you’re ready to make a big impact on December 3.
This post originally appeared on Up and to the Right, a new section of Inbound Hub. Earlier this week I had the pleasure of moderating a panel at the Pivot conference in New York, interviewing Paul Marcum, the director of global digital marketing and programming at GE, and Jason Harris, the CEO of Mekanism, a […]
This post originally appeared on Inbound Insiders, a new section on the Inbound Hub blog. Well, you’ve done your market research (who knew there was such demand for a kielbasa manufacturer in Cleveland?), chosen your business name (“Greg’s Kielbasa” — after your grandfather!), and perfected your product and
With an average 89% approval rating from their staffs, organizations on the Nonprofit Times’ Best Nonprofits to Work For in 2013 list, including the Wounded Warrior Project (#1), DoSomething.org (#11), and The Livestrong Foundation (#19), all have very distinct characteristics that set them apart from the many other organizations in the U.S.
While direct mail seems like a thing of the past, Smile Train, a nonprofit that provides surgeries to children born with clefts and trains doctors to perform surgeries for and treat clefts, risked losing hundreds of thousands of contacts by experimenting with a very unconventional solicitation concept: donate to opt out.