Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

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Good Friday to you all and a special “Hello and thank you” to all you veterans out there! Please join me for some refreshing Mixed Links…

If you’ve taken our Annual Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey, thank you!! If you haven’t, could you please take a moment to help us produce the best research around on what it’s like to work as a nonprofit communications professional? Take the survey now.

In case you missed it, Twitter Officially Enabled 280-Character Limit for All Accounts, Including Brands.

Try these 5 Social Media Tips for Your Giving Tuesday Campaign.

Hootsuite shares 9 Ways Your Brand is Wasting Time on Facebook.

Kathy Kraas gives you 5 Ways to Make Your Non-Profit Brand Stand Out.

Here’s How You Get Your Overhead Funded from Sandy Rees.

Sarah Durham answers, What Can the Right Communications Staff Really Do for Your Nonprofit?

Use these 10 Simple Editing Hacks For DIY Bloggers.

Tired of sitting at your desk all day? Here are 10 Little Ways to Sneak in Exercise at Work (Without Looking Silly).

Nonprofit Training

December 7: Go Short with Your 2017 Nonprofit Annual Report with Kivi Leroux Miller. Registration is $99 or Free with an All-Access Pass

December 14: What a Nonprofit Communications Plan Should Look Like in 2018 with Kivi Leroux Miller. Registration is $20 or Free with an All-Access Pass



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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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