Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers

I hope you’ve had a good week . . . I’ve been busy reorganizing the draft of my new book and could use your help with these examples.

It’s Friday, so let’s get to some Mixed Links!

Katya Andresen has a guest post by Jay Love on why donors stop supporting your nonprofit.

Do you have an editorial calendar? That’s a good start, but you also need to know how to repurpose your content for different channels. Beth Kanter shares an example from the National Wildlife Federation along with types on using visuals.

The Agitator has a great post on how we marketers tend to get too far in front of our communities sometimes in Marketers from Mars. Make sure you read the whole article though.

If you are in a position where your work is open for criticism by those who don’t have the same expertise, read this post on How to Deal with Crushing Feedback on Your Creative Work. That never happens to nonprofit communicators, right? :)

Videos are a great way to reach supporters (we’re experimenting with it here, too).  Marketing Profs shares How to Turn Your Office Into a Video Studio.

Finally, Career Systems International is conducting a survey on why employees stay with a company and would like input from the nonprofit sector as well. The survey doesn’t take long and is completely anonymous. Please take the survey now.

Stay warm, and see you next week!

 

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