We hope you had a merry end of the year! Below you’ll find the winners of our End-of-the-Year Book Giveaway and some Mixed Links…
Today is the last day of our All-Access Pass sale for all of our webinars and e-books. Get your 2014 training at the 2013 price.
Lots of bloggers are releasing their top posts from 2013. You’ll find some great stuff on these lists:
- Network for Good
- Wild Apricot
- Marc Pitman at The Fundraising Coach
- Jamie Notter
- Marketing Profs
- The Fundraising Authority
NTEN also released their top 10 community discussions of 2013
Looking ahead to 2014…
Uberflip shares some trends for content marketing in 2014 in infographic form.
Pew Internet and American Life Project released some new findings about social networking site users.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy published two posts on changes you should make in 2014. The first one covers things nonprofits should stop doing in 2014 and the second are things your nonprofit should start doing in 2014.
Beth Kanter explains why Nonprofits Need to Integrate Learning into their Work in 2014.
Jeff Brooks shares what he thinks are the best fundraising blogs to read in 2014.
Thanks to everyone who participated! Here are the winners . . . If you filled out a form, we will also send you an email, but if you commented on the blog, you will need to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to give us your shipping address.
- Christine Shyne
- Rachel Johnson, Safe Boating Council
- Marcie Timmerman, National Alliance on Mental Illness
- Danielle Kempe
- Lia Turk
- Nicole Daspit Sakur
- Jill Stoller
January 15: 7 Changes to Make in 2014
A La Carte Webinar
January 29: Marketing Bequests: The Delicate Art of Asking for That Final Gift (Registration is $99 or free with the All-Access Pass)
All-Access Pass Webinars
See you next week!