Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers

Good stuff on the webHappy Friday! Let’s have a round of Mixed Links…

Blackbaud shares key technology trends that will have the biggest impact on the nonprofit sector in 2014.

The Nonprofit Blog Carnival is taking submissions for January. Beth Kanter is hosting and is asking you to  Share Your Posts on Measurement and Learning from Your Data. You can also take a look at the December Carnival on Joanne Fritz’s blog. The theme was A Flying Leap in 2014.

The 2014 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report shows that nonprofits are still focusing more on acquiring new donors as opposed to retaining the ones they have. Frank Barry of Blackbaud gathers some tips from the experts on how to do a better job keeping your donors to get better results.

Are these 7 marketing goals part of your communications plan?

Could giving donors the option not to donate actually help get the donation? John Haydon shares results from a study that suggests it could.

Online communications options making your head spin? NTEN has The Secret to Mastering our Growing Digital Landscape.

Allyson Kapin reveals 5 Web Design Trends to Watch Right Now.

And if you need some help with your communications and writing resolutions, here are 10 Creative Rituals You Should Steal.

Nonprofit Training

FREE Webinar

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

January 14: Donor Thank You Basics: Thank You Letters That Inspire Future Gifts

January 22: Advanced Thank Yous to Donors: Thank You Videos and Other Visual Ways to Show Your Donors Love

January 28: Annual Report Basics: Written Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read

See you next week!