Archive for the ‘Cause Marketing’ Category

Lets Talk Turkey and #GivingTuesday

10.24.2016 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

TweetIt’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of fundraising events and holidays as they quickly approach. Your donors, just like everyone else, are focused on family, shopping and the many activities they are expected to attend. There’s something coming to keep everyone focused on fundraising during this busy season, #GivingTuesday. For those ...

Great Reasons to Visit our Website

TweetIt has been a while since we heard from you, but we’ve been busy, so we hope that you will visit Geronimo or TravelPledge (our new website to have fun and help great causes) soon. In fact, we are now featuring $6,852,875 in fun experiences (golf, vacations, cruises, etc)  that you can enjoy and generate ...

Avoid The Summer Donation Dip

05.10.2016 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

TweetFor all of us who work in a nonprofit organization, or with one, you have no doubt encountered the summer season decline in giving. The on-set of summer in the nonprofit world can bring on stress, endless planning sessions and even cutbacks if your fundraising strategy does not effectively recognize this season’s challenges. But it ...

How to Use #Hashtags

09.17.2015 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

TweetOn August 23, 2007, a Twitter user sent a tweet using the very first #hashtag. With Twitter growing  so quickly, users needed a way to classify information to make searching for it easier. #hashtags were born. The popular method of communication has spread to virtually every other popular social media site. So, as a nonprofit, ...

Social Media Upgrades for Nonprofits

TweetStaff members at nonprofits are notoriously stretched thin. Job descriptions often include “additional duties as assigned”, which could encompass almost anything from taking out the trash to helping write a strategic plan. In the busyness of running a nonprofit, your social media profile needs to become a priority and not simply one of those “additional ...