Tierney Gallagher

About Tierney Gallagher

A recent graduate of Clemson University, Tierney is interested in developing strategic communications plans, including creating content and utilizing social media. She has a passion for writing and storytelling and enjoys working with causes related to public health and children’s advocacy. Although born and raised in Pennsylvania, her love for the Upstate compelled her to stay in Greenville to continue her career after graduation, and she looks forward to giving back to the local community.

What Can You Create in 24 Hours?

What can you create in 24 hours? The answer: a pro bono marketing masterpiece!

To most of us, 24 hours isn’t a lot of time. We live it each day and one hour seems to fly by just as fast as the next. But, when harnessed efficiently, 24 hours can be just enough time to […]

By |November 12th, 2014|Branding and Communications, News|Comments Off on What Can You Create in 24 Hours?

11 Twitter Tips Every Nonprofit Needs to Follow

In case you were born yesterday or have been living underground for the past decade, Twitter is kind of a big deal. Especially for nonprofits. Thanks to its awesome potential for relationship building, fundraising and marketing, Twitter has become a bustling network for organizations to connect with their target audiences and each other. It’s […]

By |April 28th, 2014|How To, Non-Profit Resources, Social Media, Web|Comments Off on 11 Twitter Tips Every Nonprofit Needs to Follow

SEO Tips to Make Your Website Easily Searchable

In spite of the apparent domination of social media, your organization’s website is still your main identity online. While it may not be where you engage with supporters, it is where they’ll go when they want more from the relationship. There are many ways to drive traffic to your website, including email marketing, social […]

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6 Fundraising Mistakes Nonprofits Make with Their Donors

The strength and wellbeing of a nonprofit organization relies on the effectiveness of its fundraising efforts. Most nonprofits are passionate about their cause and eager to make an impact. However, when you’re trying to accomplish big things, mistakes are easy to make. Fundraising is hard work and making mistakes is inevitable, but you can […]

By |April 7th, 2014|How To, Non-Profit Resources, Strategy, Tierney Gallagher, Tips|Comments Off on 6 Fundraising Mistakes Nonprofits Make with Their Donors

6 Exercises to Energize Your Group Brainstorm

In my recent post on “6 Ways to Inspire Creativity in Your Brainstorming Session,” I mentioned that starting off with a creative exercise is a great way to stimulate the imagination and spark productivity in your team. As a follow up, here are six exercises designed to stir up those creative juices and give […]

By |March 31st, 2014|Blog, How To, Tips|Comments Off on 6 Exercises to Energize Your Group Brainstorm

6 Steps for Creating Videos to Tell Your Nonprofit’s Story

More than half of the content on the Internet today is video. If your nonprofit isn’t already using video to tell your story, you should be! Video is not only great for your fundraising efforts, it can also be used for marketing and awareness, member development and relations, and advocacy. Video storytelling engages viewers […]

By |March 24th, 2014|Branding, Branding and Communications, How To, Non-Profit Resources, Social Media|Comments Off on 6 Steps for Creating Videos to Tell Your Nonprofit’s Story

6 Ways to Inspire Creativity in Your Brainstorming Session

Brainstorming is a great creative thinking technique. It can help organizations identify problems, find opportunities for doing things more effectively, and achieve better results. Getting a group to think creatively can open doors for discovery and invention. However, inspiring creativity in your team isn’t always easy. Here are six ways to enhance your next […]

By |March 10th, 2014|Creative and Design, How To|Comments Off on 6 Ways to Inspire Creativity in Your Brainstorming Session

How Nonprofit Technology Trends will Impact Fundraising in 2014

New technologies are transforming the way organizations fundraise and engage with donors. Nonprofit technologies will continue to evolve this year, opening up opportunities for organizations to use new tools and strategies to enhance donor communication and gain support. The future of fundraising will be focused on providing donors with easy and accessible ways to […]

By |March 3rd, 2014|Non-Profit Resources, Strategy|Comments Off on How Nonprofit Technology Trends will Impact Fundraising in 2014

8 Social Media Trends for Nonprofits for 2014

No matter the size of your organization or the focus of its mission, social media is crucial to your success. Social media is a great way to build and maintain relationships with audiences, and taking advantage of emerging trends on these platforms can help your organization do great things for the community. Here are […]

By |February 24th, 2014|Blog, Non-Profit Resources, Social Media, Tierney Gallagher, Tips, Web|Comments Off on 8 Social Media Trends for Nonprofits for 2014

Using Your Event to Enhance Social Media Engagement

Social media. We all know how important it is. By now it’s been engrained in our brains as an essential tool for communications and marketing. It’s not breaking news that these platforms are changing our relationship with audiences and creating new opportunities for engaging with them. Social media is about people – connecting and […]

By |December 4th, 2013|Blog, Event Management, Social Media, Strategy, Tips, Web|Comments Off on Using Your Event to Enhance Social Media Engagement