Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

It’s Friday – Mixed Links time!

Internet Marketing

Beth Kanter brings us An Interview With Facebook’s Libby Leffler: Facebook and Nonprofits. And also Strategic Spontaneity: How the Humane Society Got 21,000 Shares of Campaign Message on Facebook In 48 Hours.

Do you commit one of the 7 Deadly Sins of Facebook Brand Pages?

NTEN is doing a series on 10 steps to an  effective nonprofit website. Part 1 begins with knowing your audience and focusing on your homepage.

If you are looking to get into the email marketing game, Pam Grow has some great statistics in a new infographic. You can also download her free Nonprofit Email Marketing Secrets Report.

You really should keep up with what other nonprofits are doing and the established trends in our industry. Here are 11 Outstanding Nonprofit Reports You Should Read.


With photos being a primary focus on websites and Facebook these days, here are 7 Image Editing Tools to Create Awesome Visual Content from John Haydon.

For more on the growing photography trend read Steve Rubel’s The Revolution Won’t Be Televised; It Will Be Instagrammed.

Fundraising and Branding

Don’t make your donors yawn. Gail Perry shares the 3 most boring words in fundraising.

What makes a brand great? Check out the healthiest nonprofit brands according to the 2012 Harris Poll EquiTrend Study.

Nonprofit Training

Direct Mail for Small Nonprofits with Tom Ahern starts in less than two weeks. This will be our last session in 2012!

Registration continues for Donor Newsletters that Raise More Money, also with Tom Ahern. Tom can help your print newsletter raise more money.

Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com Webinars

For Pass Holders – August 2: Get Beyond the “Like” – Social Media Engagement Strategies

For Pass Holders – August 8: Social Media Starter Kit: Google + and Pinterest for Your Nonprofit 

See the Full Webinar Schedule

Enjoy the weekend!

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