At NLEResources.com, we aim to provide you with the latest ways that you can reach your audience and enhance your programming and marketing. It follows, that we’ve written posts showing you how you can best use Instagram or Raise Your Visibility Using Pinterest! In this post, we are going to explore how you can use Vine, a new... Read more »

We’ve written all about infographics (see here for the latest post) and have even amassed a large collection of Jewish infographics (here and here)! Nowadays, it seems that everywhere you turn there’s an infographic presenting information to the masses. People love infographics because they easily convey information in a visual way —  and best of all, infographics can go... Read more »
In an earlier post (see here), we shared with you the words of Dr. Nick Morgan. He cautions against using weasel words when you are public speaking, and explains just how detrimental these terms can be for your message and overall reputation. Just as one needs to be aware of their spoken words, a person should also be careful when... Read more »
A recent graduate of one of Ner LeElef’s many training programs contacted NLEResources.com looking for easy ways to save money and create his own flyers and posters in-house. We figured that we’d present you with our answer to his question and tell you about a neat online tool that you can use to make flyers... Read more »
Last week, we featured a post entitled, A Checklist of 8 Simple Tips for a Better Website for Any Jewish Institution. In this post, we will highlight a list of five final elements that your website can put into action right now: 1) Pictures: Does your site feature pictures of your congregants, of your shul and/or... Read more »
Email is a great vehicle to communicate. Still, because it is sent so rapidly, there are drawbacks to this form of communication. After all, studies show that a whopping 50% of all emails are misunderstood (see here and the infographic below)! Likewise, people send email, and then realize after the fact that they did not bcc... Read more »