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By Ryan McBurney
Aug 17, 2018

Sending some <3 on National Nonprofit Day

Today we celebrate National Nonprofit Day by recognizing a few of our mission-led, passion-driven clients.

By Hannah Leigh
Mar 13, 2018

How We Helped an Environmental Nonprofit Beat Their Fundraising Goal by 50 Percent

Hitting your fundraising goal can be one of the most challenging duties for people working in nonprofit marketing. You’re competing for dollars in a crowded space. Social media platforms like Facebook are constantly tinkering with how you interact with your followers. And people’s attention spans seem to be getting shorter and shorter. But it’s not impossible in this difficult climate. We figured out how to help a nonprofit not only hit their goal, but beat it by 50 percent.

By Ryan McBurney
Jan 27, 2017

By Interactive Strategies
Nov 22, 2016

Let’s Give Thanks: The Top Social Media Features of 2016

This Thanksgiving, we're thankful for the new social media features that have helped us create immersive brand experiences for our clients.

By Ryan McBurney
Feb 24, 2016

By Interactive Strategies
Dec 22, 2015

Get To Know IS: Sarah Proper

Sarah Proper is a Front End Developer and a chili cookoff queen. Learn more about her!

By Interactive Strategies
Dec 15, 2015

By Interactive Strategies
Oct 13, 2015

Digital Summit

Interactive Strategies is sponsoring the Digital Summit!

By Interactive Strategies
Oct 12, 2015

A Tale of Two Click Rates

A guide to answering the eternal question, "Why don't my metrics reports match?"

By Interactive Strategies
Jun 18, 2015

Take Me Out to the Hashtag Game

As an avid New York Yankees fan and Millennial, I follow the team on many forms of social media. This season I noticed something peculiar as I was scrolling through my Twitter timeline: interesting/weird hashtags with equally cheesy pictures for certain players on the team. The Twitter trend in baseball is a lot of fun and a good source of entertainment for some, but it’s also great from a business perspective.

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