12 Marketing Blogs Nonprofit Communicators Should Read

It’s a blessing that we have so many awesome bloggers to follow in the nonprofit marketing and fundraising communications world. It’s also a curse — too many to follow gets overwhelming fast! To help combat the overwhelm while still actively encouraging you to keep reading, Kristina curates content for you in our Friday Mixed Links…

Staring at an Empty Page? Try These Nonprofit Writing Prompts for October

Haven’t quite filled in your content calendar for next month? Use these prompts taken from our Monthly Nonprofit Writing Prompts Email Newsletter for your blog posts, social media updates or newsletter articles. (If you are all set for content ideas in October, sign up for our Nonprofit Writing Prompts email newsletter and you’ll receive November’s prompts early…

A Super Effective Online Fundraising Tool: The “Wins” Blog Post

Want to get donors all jazzed up before an online fundraising campaign? Try the “wins” blog post, a numbered summary of the good your donors made possible in the recent past. I’ve tried this tactic with three clients over the past 18 months, each with excellent results. Take a look. American Heart Association For AHA’s year-end…

#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Communicators November 14, 2014

Is it chilly where you are? It is here! Let’s wrap up  the week with some warm Mixed Links… Thanks to the almost 800 nonprofit professionals who have already taken our 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report Survey! If you haven’t taken it yet, please take a few minutes to share your predictions for 2015. Survey takers will…

Writer’s Block Giving You Nightmares? Fight Back With Our Monthly Prompts

We blog everyday. Then, we also have to write articles for our weekly e-newsletter. Plus write another newsletter to our All-Access Pass Holders, not to mention updating Facebook and Twitter. Then there is creating new content for webinars and e-books. I’m not going to lie – it’s tough sometimes to come up with ideas. I’ve been there, staring at…

Breaking My Bad Habits: From College To Nonprofit Writer

Would your nonprofit communications make your English Lit professor cringe? Good! You’re probably on the right track. Today, Laurel Dykema shares some habits she had to change once she started writing for the real world. ~Kivi Guest Post by Laurel Dykema of Mission India Confession: I had a lot of bad habits when I started in nonprofit…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers May 30, 2014

TGIF! Let’s dive into some Mixed Links…  – Network for Good found that donors who set up a recurring gift gave an average of 42% more per year than those who only gave a one-time gift.  See their new infographic on Why Recurring Giving Matters. – The May Nonprofit Blog Carnival is up on Erik Anderson’s Donor Dreams Blog.…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers April 18, 2014

Happy Friday! Let’s cap off the week with some Mixed Links… Gail Perry has an infographic with the top fundraising tips and tweets from this year’s AFP conference. Robert Slates gives us the six deadly writing sins for nonprofits. Blackbaud released its Peer-to-Peer Participant Fundraising Study. The study looks at trends across four event types — Cycle,…