Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Good stuff from around the web

It’s the end of the week, finally. Let’s have some Mixed Links…

Did everyone have a nice Valentine’s Day? Kerri Karvetski has compiled some great examples of campaigns centered around the holiday on Pinterest.

Earlier this week I did my How to Write an Annual Report People Will Actually Read webinar over at CharityHowTo (I am teaching it again March 26th if you want to join us!). The goal of the webinar is to get people away from the 30+ page magazine style report to an inspiring communications piece people will pay attention to. The National Council of Nonprofits talks more about this in their post, Are Annual Reports History?

In crisis management news, see the 4 Steps Livestrong Took to Cope with Founder’s Scandal.

Jeff Brooks reminds us that all of those awesome “looking” campaigns you see on SlideShare or at conferences may not be all they are cracked up to be in How Conference Bullies Victimize Fundraisers.

Working on your 2013 editorial or content calendar? Gail Perry maps out Your Fundraising Calendar for 2013 with topics to focus on every month.

Joanne Fritz shares her Top 10 Sources for Social Media Tips.

Nancy Schwartz has a list of nonprofit bloggers who inspire her (I feel the same way about her!)

Nonprofit Training

February 19: How to Do Your Own Nonprofit Communications Audit (This webinar comes with my DIY Communications Audit Kit. You can now purchase just the Kit if you do not want to register for the webinar.)

February 20: Measuring the Networked Nonprofit featuring Beth Kanter (FREE)

March 14: Social Media Starter Kit: Google + and Pinterest for Your Nonprofit

See you next week!

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