WSB-TV’s Tracey Christensen on social media’s power

Wednesday, October 7, 2015
| by Guest Contributor |

In a previous life, I managed 20 social media channels for a non-profit. I’ll admit it was a large non-profit and one that (thankfully) saw the light years ago in terms of the need to focus on social media marketing. As I spoke to community groups or college classes about our growth and engagement, I would inevitably receive the question, “How many people work in your social media department?” The answer: one. Just me.

Content Marketing for Nonprofits: What works and where are the pressure points?

Monday, March 23, 2015
| by Editor |

At nonprofit organizations large and small, content marketing continues to drive strategies for engaging donors and raising visibility. A recent study finds nonprofit professionals...

Published by the Content Marketing Institute and Blackbaud, “Nonprofit Content Marketing: 2014 Benchmarks, Budgets and Trends – North America” asked a sample of 1,714 nonprofit professionals about their content marketing efforts and what’s working. Explore the results inside!

New research offers overview of government funding and initiatives for Georgia vets

U.S. veterans and their dependents are eligible for a wide range of benefits after their service, but they can be overwhelmed by how they are...

When The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta (CFGA) decided to perform deeper research into Georgia veterans services and reintegration, they formulated a simple strategy: follow the money.

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