Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Nonprofit Dinner Salon: A Secret Sauce to Success

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Last month in my blog, “Back to Basics: The Dinner Salon Makes a Resurgence in Social Change Communications Circles,” I shared the story of our dinner salon series for Oregon’s leading social changemakers, The Portland Ten. As I mentioned, the event has been successful for us. I wrote: “We’ve heard stories from attendees from our first

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Tips for Audio Production & Recording

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In my last post, I outlined some of the key components of audio storytelling, such as narration, interviews, actuality and natural sound. Once you’ve brainstormed, or even scripted, all the audio elements you need to effectively tell your story, it’s time to capture them. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you

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8 Online Engagement Hacks: A Cheat Sheet for Nonprofit Communicators

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Your nonprofit’s online audience may be your organization’s most valuable asset. But once you create that community, how do you keep it engaged? Here are eight secrets we see effective nonprofit communicators use to connect with others online. Define your Audience Get specific, really, really specific, about who you want to reach. The general public,

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