Election season can be tricky for 501(c)(3) nonprofits who are worried about crossing the legal line—or aren’t even sure where that line is. So we compiled nine of the questions we hear the most from our nonprofit clients and asked our friends and election law experts from Bolder Advocacy to help answer them.
When the moment is right, and an outstanding piece like The New York Times Magazine’s “Losing Earth” drives widespread conversation on a key issue, reporters and NGOs have an opportunity to ride that wave of attention. Here are a few key tactics.
We’ve evaluated 4 online survey tools so you don’t have to! And the survey survey says…
Have you watched or participated in a Facebook Live event recently? Given that Facebook estimates that about 2 billion people have watched a Facebook Live broadcast since it launched 2 years ago, the answer is probably yes.
The definitive guide to where M+R will be at the 2018 Bridge and Netroots conferences!
A good test is one of the most effective tools to learn what works; a bad test is one of the easiest ways to learn something that isn’t true. Sorting the good from the bad mostly comes down to consistently following some simple rules, and resisting the urge to take shortcuts.