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How to Make Your Donate Button Rock

For any non-profit organization, the ultimate goal is for your website to maximize donations. However, putting up a “donate now” link just isn’t going to cut it. Like any actionable website component, it’s important to optimize your donation buttons to ensure that they are being seen by your donors and are compelling them to take … Continued

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The Silver (Green?) Lining of Working from Home

With the current news cycle seemingly all doom and gloom, sometimes it may feel as if there isn’t a single positive outcome from the current COVID pandemic. Well, we’re here to shine a light on a silver (or green!) lining coming from the pandemic and resulting stay-at-home orders. Since the COVID pandemic forced the country … Continued

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The Compounding Power of Small Improvements

As humans, we like big wins. They make us feel like we’re doing something important and really fire up our pleasure centers. Everyone loves a home run. But there’s a LOT to be said for the power of a bunch of singles and doubles to really get your business moving. This approach has come up … Continued

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Are You Voice Tech Ready? How to Make Google and Alexa Work for Your Brand

Whether your introduction came from HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey or from J.A.R.V.I.S. in Iron Man, the idea of voice technology has been popular in sci-fi for decades, but it’s only recently made its way into our everyday lives. Smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home have become commonplace in US households. … Continued

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Use Niche Social Media Networks to Supercharge Your Digital Marketing

Tired of the endless surveys, analysis, and segmentation needed to identify the niche audience that will want to buy your unique product? Fear not – niche networks are here, and they make your job a million times easier. For decades, people have looked to share experiences and interests with others who are like them. First … Continued

Marketing at Any Budget

Preparing a marketing budget can be tricky. There are certainly plenty of guidelines out there one can use as a starting point, but are they right for your business? What can you do when you need to make modifications? What’s actually achievable at any given budget? All of this can be quite daunting and even … Continued

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Facebook and Instagram Experiment with Removing Likes

With a new focus on the impact of social media on mental health, Facebook and Instagram are testing out hiding “likes” on some posts on US accounts. With the new feature, instead of saying “Jane Smith and 17 others liked this,” the blurb under each post will simply read “Jane Smith and others.” Like numbers … Continued

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Fundraising During Global Instability

We’re living in a different world than we were a month, a week, or even a few days ago. For nonprofit professionals around the world (and frankly, everyone) it’s a scary time. Markets are crashing, businesses are shutting down, individuals are closing their doors. What seemed impossible just a few weeks ago is now the … Continued

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Chat App Tips: Create Personal Connections with your Fans

Email newsletters and social media are a digital marketer’s bread and butter, but recently chat apps like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger have been getting increasingly popular for engaging with customers. Of the hundreds of messaging apps available, the leader, hands down (at least when this post was written), is WhatsApp with 1.5 billion monthly active … Continued

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Working from Home: Tips for Success

At Relish, we strive to give our team a ton of flexibility. That means working from home (or elsewhere) is always on the table – encouraged even – though past nudges for this freedom have been based more on lifestyle and environmental concerns than the current health crisis connected with the Coronavirus outbreak. Now, as … Continued