What’s Up in May
Summer All-Access Pass – Get an Extra Month Free this Week Only!
Dive into our nonprofit training all summer long! Our quarterly All-Access Pass normally gives you access to our Weekly Webinar Series, Webinar Archive and E-book Library for 90 days, and at only $145, we think that’s one of the best deals around. But we know summer schedules can be hectic, so we are giving you an extra month FREE if you buy this week (and this week only). That means you’ll have May, June, July AND August to take part in live webinars, listen to webinar recordings and download all of my e-books for one low price.
This summer we are exploring topics such as social media, content curation, email marketing, messaging, thank you notes, and more. Take a look at the Weekly Webinar Schedule – everything you see on that schedule today is included in this special Summer All-Access Pass.
That’s 14 live webinars PLUS the past 3 month’s worth of webinar recordings PLUS my e-books How to Write a Nonprofit Annual Report and The Nonprofit Content Marketing Cookbook all for our usual price of $145.
Learn more about the All-Access Pass and sign-up now! But remember, this offer expires this Friday, May 4th so hurry!
Here’s what else is happening at Nonprofit Marketing Guide in May . . .
Training Open to Everyone
Registration continues for September’s Total Focus Marketing Plan Workshop in Chicago. I lead this in-person workshop with Nancy Schwartz of Getting Attention.org and Nancy and I will work closely with you during this one-day workshop to develop a marketing plan for your nonprofit that is powerful and effective. The first 15 people who register receive $100 off.
We will be sending our free Nonprofit Monthly Writing Prompts for June this week. If you are stuck on what to include in your next newsletter or blog post, sign up now. Every month we send ideas to help end your writer’s block!
Online Training for All-Access Pass Holders Only
(The All-Access Pass allows you to attend all of our webinars live, listen to recordings in the Webinar Archive, and download all of the books in our E-Book Library with one simple purchase. We are currently offering a special Summer All-Access Pass that gives you an extra month free. But you have to sign-up this week.)
May 2: Storytelling for Nonprofits Part II: The Makeovers. In this webinar I will rework story drafts from All-Access Pass Holders. “Storytelling for Nonprofits Part 1: The How To’s” is available in the Webinar Archive.
May 9: Taming Your Editorial Calendar and Content Creation Process. This webinar will help you find where to look for great content and help you organize it so you can share it with your supporters across all media channels.
May 16: Social Media Starter Kit: Facebook Apps, Ads, and More Advanced Tips (featuring Kerri Karvetski). Kerri is back with another great webinar on social media. This time we are going to dig a little deeper into Facebook and really show you how to leverage the power of your Facebook page through tools like their advertising program and apps you can use to increase donations, email sign ups and more!
May 23: What they Don’t Teach You in Fundraising 101: Mastering the “Soft Skills” of a Fundraiser (Featuring Gail Perry). Gail Perry from Fired-Up Fundraising will join us to share her “soft sell” approach to fundraising that lets the donor lead the way.
Recorded Webinars Soon Leaving the Webinar Archive
These webinars will be removed from the All-Access Pass archive at the end of the month:
Messaging Q&A with Nancy Schwartz
Recorded February 29, 2012
Building Your Credibility as an Expert Source
Recorded February 23, 2012
Helping Your Staff and Board Become Great Nonprofit Marketers
Recorded February 16, 2012
Help! My Logo Sucks
Recorded February 8, 2012
Where Kivi Will Be
After a hectic travel schedule this Spring, I am sticking close to home in May with some online training classes for other organizations:
May 8: Charity HowTo Webinar – How to Create an Annual Report People Will Actually Read
May 22: NTEN Technology Leadership Academy – Creating an Effective Internet Presence