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- You might have very few cat videos up your sleeve, but you can still curate an engaging YouTube channel. Follow these tips from NPTech for Good, especially helpful for organizations without a ton of video content available.
- Turn those frowns upside down and create Facebook content that makes your audience smile. Want more lessons on how to optimize your social media? SmartBlog has four more from the CEO of ActionSprout, Drew Bernard.
- Use real words. Mostly verbs. Not too much. That’s Kerri Karvetsky’s advice for your end of year fundraising campaign - read more at Kivi’s Nonprofit Communication Guide.
- Feel like your message isn’t resonating with your audience? Learn how the words that you’re using matter, and how to find better words to describe your work in this post from the VolunteerMatch blog.
- The age old advice to keep it simple hits home again, this time when it comes to creating a must-click call to action. Find out what else you can do to make your links irresistible at Convince and Convert.
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