Feb. 21 program: Using (Sometimes Sticky) Issues of the Day to Promote Your Cause

We all come across topics that are culturally, socially or politically tricky or sticky.  Sometimes it’s a long-standing issue, sometimes it’s a product of the times.  For nonprofits and media, how can these issues and situations be useful?  Are they things to avoid?  How is it best to frame a sticky subject to make it…

Branding Is More Important for Nonprofits Than For-Profit Businesses

NCM Network invites guest bloggers to share their expertise on the NCM Network Blog. This post was written by branding authority, Bill Ellis, who is dedicated to making good brands better. His philosophy is “Give exceptional value. Receive extraordinary results.” Whether as a coach, thought partner, speaker, or strategist, Bill commits his unique perspective, vast…

Feb Program: Share the Love for Nonprofit Collaborations

On February 15, NCM Network presented a panel discussion featuring tips to gain media coverage by creating nonprofit collaborations. The program’s inspiring panelists explained how collaborations can be leveraged to make connections with the press, get more coverage on nonprofit issues and events, and help to increase awareness of nonprofits and their missions. Panelists pictured…

5 Easy Steps Your Nonprofit Board Can Take to Support Your Cause

Tracy Sestili participated in NCM Network’s August TweetChat, and we’re thrilled to welcome her to the NCM Network Blog. Tracy is a social media author, speaker, trainer, and strategist. In addition to teaching at UC-Berkeley Extension and San Francisco State University’s College of Extended Learning Social Media Marketing Program, her nonprofit experience includes the Beverly…