9 Tips for Creating an Editorial Calendar Chock Full of What Your Community Wants
Aug06

9 Tips for Creating an Editorial Calendar Chock Full of What Your Community Wants

Diane Greenhalgh joins us again with some more great ideas on creating content for your nonprofit. ~Kivi Guest Post by Diane Greenhalgh of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association On this blog and in her webinars and book, Kivi talks about how you should try to become your community’s favorite nonprofit because research has shown that people give two-thirds of their charitable donations each year to one favorite charity. One of the ways...

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers
May30

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers

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. This month’s theme was “Letting the nonprofit sector go to the dogs” and had some...

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Live from Montana – Clear, Consistent, and Compelling Messaging
May21

Live from Montana – Clear, Consistent, and Compelling Messaging

Kivi and I are being graciously hosted by the Montana Nonprofit Association this week as we help nonprofits create clearer and more compelling communications. We are doing workshops in Billings, Helena, and Missoula. We began our week with a 5:30 a.m. EST wake up call (which was actually 3:30 a.m. in Montana…eek!). I got held up in Atlanta due to fog, but was able to make a last minute dash to meet Kivi (who was flying from...

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Embracing Your Community’s Voice: The Art of Incorporating Your Community as Co-Producers of Content
Apr09

Embracing Your Community’s Voice: The Art of Incorporating Your Community as Co-Producers of Content

Last week Diane Greenhalgh shared some tips on how to get your staff involved in creating content for you. Today she shares how to get your community of clients or supporters to help. ~Kivi Guest Post by Diane Greenhalgh of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association While there are certainly tactics for including constituent produced content in your editorial lineup, which I share below, you must first take a look at how you think about...

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6 Steps to Building an Engaged Staff Writing Team
Apr02

6 Steps to Building an Engaged Staff Writing Team

I have talked before about how your entire staff should be part of your marketing team no matter their job description. Diane Greenhalgh, director of web services of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association, was featured in my book, Content Marketing for Nonprofits, and recently appeared as a panelist for one of our book club discussion webinars. She shares how she was able to get more people at her organization involved with creating...

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators
Mar28

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi and I just got back from a family vacation to the Mouse House (Disney World for you uninitiated). I think I need a vacation from my vacation, so let’s wrap up the week with some Mixed Links… Craig Newmark has released an infographic that Reveals Latest Data on Cracking the Crowdfunding Code. Blackbaud has also created an infographic featuring key findings from the 2013 Charitable Giving Report. Did you vote in this...

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