Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators March 14, 2014

3041221202_eebf02b178_z flickr Mixed LinksHappy Pi Day! Let’s celebrate with some Mixed Links…

Couldn’t make it to NTC this week either? Follow the conversation with the #14NTC hashtag and at the NTEN blog.

In other conference news, Beth Kanter is back from SXSW with some insight into What Social Media Analytics and Data Can’t Tell You.

Caryn Stein of Network for Good has some event planning advice in Planning a Fundraising Event? Read This.

Nancy Schwartz shares a guest post from Julie Brown that is a 5-Star Storytelling Success Story.

If you are looking to start a blog, Pamela Vaughan at HubSpot shares 8 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Blogging.

Seen a drop in your email open rates? Here are 8 Reasons Why Your Email Open Rate is Nosediving.

The World Wide Web turned 25 this week. Find out how it has affected the nonprofit industry.

Because it’s sometimes better to learn from other people’s mistakes, check out Jeff Brooks’ Stupid Nonprofit Ads.

And some good news to end the week on – New Data Show Nonprofit Sector Bouncing Back from Recession.

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April 16: How to Build a Donor Communications Plan that Will Make Them Fall in Love

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March 26: Advanced Social Media Strategies: Running Campaigns and Building Engagement on Multiple Social Networks ($75 or FREE with an All-Access Pass)

April 29: Email List Segmenting: Strategies to Increase Open Rates, Motivate Action, and Build Engagement ($75 or FREE with an All-Access Pass)

All-Access Pass Webinars

March 19: Email Newsletters for Nonprofits Part II: Writing and Designing Great E-Newsletters

April 2 and 8: Taming Your Communications Calendar Six Months at a Time

April 24: Feedback and Fine-Tuning Session: Sponsorship Materials with Shanon Doolittle

See you next week!

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Author: Kristina Leroux, Community Engagement Manager

I am the Community Engagement Manager at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com.

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