John Haydon is one of the most sought-after digital marketing experts for nonprofits and charities. He has spoken at the Nonprofit Technology Conference, New England Federation of Human Societies, New Media Expo, BBCon, Social Media 4 Nonprofits, AFP New Jersey, and several others.
John is the author of Facebook Marketing for Dummies and Facebook Marketing All-In-One (Wiley), and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Social Media Examiner and npEngage. John is also an instructor for Charityhowto and MarketingProfs University.
Clients include: Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, San Francisco Goodwill, WaterAid America, Greater Ohio Lupus Foundation, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Komen Greater NYC, The Boston Foundation, The Commonwealth Foundation, No Kid Hungry, Epic Change, Wildlife Foundation of Florida, Community Music Center of Boston, United Way Los Angeles, Goodwill San Fransisco, TechSoup, Razoo, VolunteerHub and Community TechKnowledge.
A verified opt-in is when you require people to click on a link in an email to confirm that they want to join your email list. Here’s how it works: A website visitor enters their name and email into a form on your website. Once they submit the form, they automatically receive an email containing a link that they have to click on to activate their subscription.
According to the Nonprofit Communications Trends Report for 2015 , nonprofit marketers spend a great deal of time publishing email newsletters. After all, it’s one of the most effective ways to stay in touch with supporters.
As a consultant and trainer in the nonprofit community, I’ve been waiting with bated breath for the Nonprofit Communications Trends Report. And it’s here! Kivi published the first Nonprofit Communications Trends Report back in 2011, surveying 780 nonprofits. For the most recent report, Kivi surveyed 1,535 nonprofits – mostly in the United States.
Facebook continues to adjust the News Feed to favor updates that engage people, reduce click-bait, and minimize tired memes. In other words, Facebook wants brands to write Facebook posts that feel more human. But how do you do that when you’re a marketer? Here are four suggestions.