This is Part 2 of How to Stand Out on Instagram! Click HERE to read part one OR click HERE to download the whole FREE eBook in the shop called How to Make a Killer Instagram for Nonprofit Organizations. Lesson 6 Posting With a Purpose Each picture and post on Instagram should have a purpose. Are
In my shop you can download for FREE an eBook that I wrote about how to stand out on Instagram as a nonprofit organization. I also wanted to give you the first half of the eBook right here! (Next week I’ll post the second half.) Lesson 1 5 “Greats” of Instagram Do you ever browse the
Why is Instagram key for your Nonprofit Organization? Instagram is a large, visual social media platform that can be used for promoting your nonprofit organization’s cause and increase your supporters. Instagram is one of the fastest growing social media networks with over 400 million people who actively use Instagram on a regular basis. That is
Instagram can be a great tool for nonprofit organizations because it connects you with your supporters. Whether you work with a small community or work around the world, you can post pictures of what you are doing, and the impact you are making. Today I have 5 Nonprofit Instagram accounts that are doing it right.
There are thousands of themes out there for all sorts of websites. There are art themes, business themes, shop themes, blog themes, lifestyle blog themes, etc. Given that there are so many themes, it would only make sense that there are specific themes made for nonprofit organizations. Here is a list of nonprofit website themes
I have seen lists of 50 places to find free stock photos, but I end up getting frustrated because there 40 of those websites aren’t very good. They either only have 15 photos on them else it isn’t easy to find what I’m looking for. So, rather than give you a giant list of free stock
Goals have the power to really propel your organization forward. As you decide on organizational goals, you should divide them into the different time frames. Consider having weekly goals, monthly goals, yearly goals, and long-term goals. This way you always have something to be working towards and something to measure your organization against. Remember, you
Generation Y, known as the millennial generation, includes all of us who were born between 1980 and 2000. We are a visual generation; we like videos, pictures, graphics and social media. We like visually appealing websites that draw us in with large pictures and fewer words. With regards to the nonprofit sector, we typically lean
This past week I read an interesting research article about nonprofit organization’s use of social media. The article is Information, Community, and Action: How Nonprofit Organizations Use Social Media by Kristen Lovejoy and Gregory D. Saxton.
Is Your bio filled out? The Instagram bio is short, but it should also tell the world exactly what you are about and what kind of information and pictures they will see on your Instagram account. A good example of an Instagram bio: Student Ties “Providing international education experiences while fund-raising to support students in developing