Communications

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My foray into the disability field began 22 years ago when my daughter was born. She was born with Peters Anomaly, which resulted in her having limited vision and being a braille reader and cane traveler.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Equity, Accessibility
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A list of suggested next steps for nonprofits to consider when social media platforms go through major upheaval. 

Categories: Communications
Tags: Communications, Social Media
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Social media has the capability to democratize resources and connect a wide world of users to a nonprofit.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Social Media, Inclusion, Accessibility, Equity
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A nonprofit’s email list contains valuable contact information for donors, board members, community members and other stakeholders, event participants, alumni, volunteers, members, and advocates.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Email, Newsletters, Engagement, Accessibility, Equity
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Many nonprofits have been working for years to define, refine, and implement their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Accessibility, Inclusion, Equity
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A special thank you to Big Duck and authors Wing-Sze Ho and Sandy Zimmerman for permission to reprint their article here.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Accessibility, Typography, Inclusion, Equity
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What does it mean to have a .org domain name? For nonprofits, that home on the web gives our donors, volunteers, and those we serve confidence that we have our community’s best interests at heart.

Categories: Communications
Tags: .org, Internet, Websites, Privacy, Censorship
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Don’t try to beat the heat this August, embrace it! Heat maps can be a useful tool for your nonprofit to measure and improve the performance of your website and emails.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Heat Map, Analytics, Websites, Email, Newsletters
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Every day, nonprofit emails need to compete with everything from the latest sales at local stores and breaking news alerts to neighborhood listservs and family photos and on and on.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Email, Newsletter, Survey, Engagement, Feedback
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We all use email to communicate to some degree. (We know this because you likely got to this story by reading an email from us and clicking a link in it.) Email is quick. It is efficient. It costs a lot less than direct mail.

Categories: Communications
Tags: Email, Open Rates, Click-Throughs

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