Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers February 26, 2016
We’ve almost made it to the weekend! Let’s celebrate with some Mixed Links…
Are you a nonprofit with a budget under $2 million? Sign up to take the Individual Donor Benchmark Survey.
Facebook listened to its users and now you can do more than just “like” posts. See Facebook Reaction Buttons: What Nonprofit Marketers Will Love by John Haydon.
Aaaand then Facebook misses the mark with its Underwhelming New Website for Nonprofits.
If you feel like you are stuck in a rut, here are 9 Ways To Dramatically Improve Your Creativity.
And in case someone gives you a hard time for leaving your desk to boost your creativity, Beth Kanter tells you Why Creating Space for Creative Time in the Nonprofit Workplace Improves Productivity.
Gail Perry and Andrea Kihlstedt are giving a free capital campaign planning webinar on March 1.
What’s more important – donor satisfaction or their experience with your org? Kevin Schulman argues it’s the latter in Don’t Measure Donor Satisfaction (it is a waste); Instead Measure and Act on Donor Experience.
Karla Capers, Director of Engagement at The Union of Concerned Scientists, gives you 3 Steps to Revive Your Email List on Nancy Schwartz’s blog.
Lori Jacobwith shares The Thank You Letter That Shocked Me.
Finally! A little love for my generation – You can’t have “Generous and Sexy” without Gen X.
Starting March 7: Writing Direct Mail Appeal Letters In-House with Tom Ahern
Enjoy your weekend! Don’t mind if I do….