Spice up your subject lines | Weekly Roundup
- In these times of email overload, your nonprofit’s messages have to work hard to separate themselves from the pack. Check out these tips from Brian Clark on Copyblogger to help you write email subject lines so awesome, your recipients can’t help but click.
- Facebook makes my head ache sometimes (okay, most of the time), so it’s nice to be reminded of the ways it helps nonprofits do good in the world–like this interesting post from Inside Facebook, examining how the Red Cross uses Facebook to support disaster relief efforts.
- Does your nonprofit have an official Place on Facebook? Get ready for check-ins with these tips from Nonprofit Tech 2.0.
- Recent research from Pew Internet shows that millenials are eager online sharers, and they’re not likely to grow out of the habit anytime soon. What does this mean for your nonprofit, both in the workplace and as you reach out to younger donors?
- A little online eye candy to sweeten your Friday afternoon: TIME magazine’s 50 best websites of 2010. Commence oohing and aahing.
A weekly roundup of interesting reads from the online world of nonprofit communications. Follow me on Twitter @elizabethricca for more noteworthy links.