Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Good Friday to you! Join me for some Mixed Links…

Kivi and I will be at NTC in DC next week. Will you? Here are 10 Conference Hacks to Help You Crush Marketing Event Attendance.

And CauseVox also shared some conference advice in Attending NTC? Read These 4 Networking Tips Before You Go and #17NTC: A Fundraiser’s Guide To Getting The Most Out Of NTC.

Andrew Ranallo shares 4 Reasons to Stop Treating Your Nonprofit Comms Department like a Service Bureau.

If Skype isn’t doing it for you, try these 6 Outstanding Skype Alternatives for Aspiring Communication Rock Stars by Rachel Burger.

Oxford comma supporters unite! A court’s decision in a Maine labor dispute hinged on the absence of an Oxford comma.

Your clients don’t always have access to computers or mobile devices. Elizabeth Lindsey shares Three Steps to Include No-Tech and Low-Tech Folks in Your Work.

Can’t get approval to test subject lines? Check out Ask A Strategist: How to Get Buy-In from Your Boss to Test Subject Lines.

And if you’re stressed out this Guided Meditation for Nonprofit Professionals might help you relax. But probably not.

Nonprofit Training

Apr 3 & 4: Writing Direct Mail Appeal Letters In-House – 2-part webinar series with Tom Ahern (Registration for Part 1 is $99. Parts 1 and 2 are $199. Both parts free with an All-Access Pass)

Apr 13: How to Grow Your Donor List with Facebook and Instagram Ads with John Haydon (Registration is $50 or free with an All-Access Pass)

Have a great weekend!



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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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  • Danielle Kempe

    Have fun at NTC!

    I’m super jealous. I wish I could attend this year but funding was just not in the cards. (Yes, I applied for a scholarship, but it was competitive.)