Social media is a powerful tool for spreading awareness and increasing enthusiasm for your cause. Now, more than ever, we are seeing the powerful impact this platform is having on our society. If you are not optimizing your social media strategy to take advantage of this, you are missing out on an efficient and cost-effective way to spread awareness for your nonprofit.
More and more companies are moving from “brick and mortar” offices or stores to a virtual environment. For nonprofits, this can be a great way to save money on overhead, increase staff satisfaction, and make it easier to hire a team. A virtual team can do much of the same work as an in-office team, and for organizations already working on limited budgets, this can be a great solution. But what are the challenges of transitioning to this type of work environment?