• 24
    Sep
    2013

    Your government affairs team might have some good relationships on the Hill, but what about your members, activists, and grassroots voices?  It’s your buzzing bees that can have the most significant impact on policymakers thanks to in-district relationships, authentic stories, and a natural passion for the issues impacting them most.

    Photo via Congressional Management Foundation Twitter Feed

  • 18
    Sep
    2013

    Chances are, your non-profit doesn’t come close to having the same goals and resources as a corporate behemoth, but when it comes to online marketing strategies sometimes a little cross-pollination is a good thing. Both non-profits and corporations strive to build a community that supports their product or mission, and integrate their work into the digital lives of their audience. So although the two sectors differ greatly, non-profits can benefit from employing some corporate digital marketing strategies.

  • 13
    Sep
    2013
    Who else has thrown out the phrase- “close but no cigar,” or “keep your friends close, and your enemies closer,” only to have this potentially-clever rejoiner fall upon uncomprehending modern-day ears?

    Luckily, we have Doghouse Diaries to bring these phrases into the 21st century and help you really drive that witticism home. Some of my favorites? “Never judge an app by its icon,” “Google wasn’t built in a day,” and “hell hath no fury like a troll.” One that falls short- “a file on your device is…