Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators
I don’t know about y’all, but I am ready for this week to be OVER! Let’s have some Mixed Links…
Sarah Dawley at Hootsuite talks about Social Media Crisis Management: How to Prepare and Execute a Plan.
Having a lot of social media followers is great, but getting them to donate would be pretty awesome too. Find out How to Turn Social Media Followers Into Donors by Classy.
If you have a blog, here are some tips on How To Get Your Blog In Shape For Summer.
Nancy Schwartz asks Does Your Email Fundraising Measure Up? on Network for Good’s blog.
Want to be a bad fundraiser? Here are 4 Ways to Ensure a Donor Gives Only Once.
Find out where most companies fall short on social media with this infographic.
Nonprofit Hub shares 10 Dos and Don’ts of Conducting Survey Research.
If you are worried about losing donations due to the US election, Lori Jacobwith has some tips in Will 2016 Political Fundraising Hurt Your Nonprofit Fundraising?
And finally, be careful when sending emojis, New Research Looks at Emoji Misinterpretation.
June 7: Surprising Lessons Revealed by Following 22 National Nonprofits [Registration only $20]
June 30: Build Your Powerhouse All-Org Team of Marketers, Part 2: Jumpstart Your Insight Gathering Team [3-part webinar series and workshop. Recording for Part 1 available now]
Have a fabulous weekend!