Posts Categorized: Social Media

Follow These 5 Steps to Launch a Top-Tier Training

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At Prichard, we know the power of a good communications training to build capacity and facilitate knowledge sharing. We regularly design and deliver trainings for our foundation and nonprofit clients on communications topics from strategic planning to e-newsletters. Social media is a topic we love, and we recently delivered a full-day social media training to

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5 Surefire Ways to Rock #GivingTuesday

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Giving Tuesday is quickly approaching, and you don’t want to miss this opportunity to jump start the charitable giving season. Last year, nonprofits raised more than $116 million dollars —that’s 145 percent growth from the previous year! This year’s day of giving, which falls on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, is yet another opportunity to connect

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4 Smart Ways to Engage Partners in Communications

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A strategic partnership is social change gold in our world. Partnerships unite leaders working to advance issues. They allow for an exchange of resources that amplify both partners’ work. And they generate new ideas for making effective and lasting change. Partners cans also work together to combine communications superpowers to make a big splash for

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5 Summer Tips to Keep Your Communications Cool

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It’s high summer, a season for vacations and leisure-time reading lists. At Prichard we love books, especially books about social change. And because we’re a digital agency, our reading lists also include websites, apps, and software. Here’s a short list sharing five of our favorite online tips for social change communicators this summer with tools that can

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Four Social Media Hacks to Demystify Your Target Audience

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A clear target audience is one of the pillars of effective communications work, but it can also be one of the most challenging building blocks to pin down. Particularly when an organization’s work orbits at the national or global scale, communicators can struggle to figure out which people to talk to and how to motivate

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