What’s Up in December

Here’s what’s happening at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com this month…

Our Annual All-Access Pass is on sale! Buy the Annual All-Access Pass during the month of December and save $100. And we are happy to announce that next year you get even more when you buy the pass. You’ll still get to attend Kivi’s live Weekly Webinar Series, download the Pass Library, and view the Webinar Archive, but now you’ll have more training opportunities, thanks to our new partnership with CharityHowTo and a few other plans we have in the works. Learn more and buy your pass now.

Training Open to Everyone

FREE Live Webinar – December 12: Preview of 2013 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report. We heard from over 1400 nonprofits through our 2013 communications trends survey and will be giving you a sneak peek into what those nonprofits will be doing with their communications in 2013.

Kivi will be presenting two webinars with our training partner Charity How To.com this month:

December 11: How to Create a Nonprofit Annual Report People Will Actually Read ($89.99)

December 17: FREE: Free Webinar: How To Report Back To Donors: From Newsletters to Annual Reports (Free)

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 and other resources in our Pass Library with one simple purchase. Sign-up now and save $100 for the Annual All-Access Pass.)

December 13: Social Media Starter Kit: LinkedIn and Twitter for Nonprofits.Looking for that “Aha!” moment with Twitter or LinkedIn? Kerri Karvetski will show you what to do.

December 19: Creating a Nonprofit Annual Report People Will Actually Read. Donors want results, but they don’t want to spend all day reading about them. Learn how you can cut down your long boring annual report and get supporters to actually read it.

December 20: 7 Steps to Enlist and Build Your Dream Team Board. Learn Gail Perry’s step-by-step process to determine what kind of board members you need and how to recruit them.

Recorded webinars that will be leaving the Webinar Archive at the end of the month:

Creating Awesome Content: Ideas for Nonprofit Writers
Recorded September 12, 2012

Rethinking Your Nonprofit Newsletter
Recorded September 4, 2012

Remember the Annual All-Access Pass will only be $365 for the month of December so don’t wait too long. We hope you’ll join us for a few of these events!



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