5 Translation Mistakes to Avoid in Your Multilingual Nonprofit Communications
Feb27

5 Translation Mistakes to Avoid in Your Multilingual Nonprofit Communications

I am on a roll lately with meeting talented communications professionals who are willing to blog for us on topics we haven’t covered well here in the past . . .   and today’s guest blogger and post are no exception. Let’s hear from Patricia V. Rivera on how to best create multilingual communications for your community. ~Kivi Guest Post by Patricia V. Rivera of Hook PR Group Repurpose your nonprofit content and grow...

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Go There! Case Study: Center for American Progress
Feb26

Go There! Case Study: Center for American Progress

“Brilliant experts can write compelling policy papers filled with breakthrough ideas to make our society better. But they can’t influence and shape the debate if no one is reading and digesting their work.” OMG! The folks at the Center for American Progress (CAP), a D.C.-based think tank, get it. In fact, CAP allocates a full 50% of its operating budget to communications and outreach. That’s radical for any...

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A Great Nonprofit Annual Report in a Fabulous Infographic
Feb25

A Great Nonprofit Annual Report in a Fabulous Infographic

We love showcasing what I like to call “New and Improved” annual reports from our readers. I think the time of the 40+ page annual report is over and we should focus on our donors and what they actually want. Bonus: That’s also a lot easier for you to produce! Our recent submission is from Liesl Manone with Don’t Forget to Feed Me Pet Food Bank who has shared their organization’s first ever annual report. I...

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BOOKMARK THIS: Big List of Twitter Chats for Nonprofits (Chat Tools, Too!)
Feb17

BOOKMARK THIS: Big List of Twitter Chats for Nonprofits (Chat Tools, Too!)

Yearning for company, learning, or meaningful connections on Twitter? Try a Twitter chat! TWITTER CHAT  A conversation that happens on Twitter that’s focused within a certain time (usually an hour) on a specific topic and by a specific person or organization. If you’re struggling to “get” Twitter, Twitter chats just may give you that “aha” moment that turns you into a fan of the platform. There are...

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Stop Approaching Public Relations Like It’s 2007
Feb10

Stop Approaching Public Relations Like It’s 2007

I am very excited to welcome Peter Panepento to our distinguished list of regular guest bloggers. Peter will be sharing his wisdom and tips with us monthly on the intersections of media relations, content strategy and social media.  ~Kivi Guest Post by Peter Panepento of Panepento Strategies I came across an old group photo the other day when I was cleaning out some of my files — a picture of me with about 20 other reporters and...

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5 Strategies for 2015 to Make You a Rockstar Fundraiser!
Feb05

5 Strategies for 2015 to Make You a Rockstar Fundraiser!

Today Somya Qureshi is back with another guest post (read her past posts here), this time on easy ways to organize your fundraising work in a more strategic way. ~Kivi Guest Post by Somya Qureshi, CEO of Nonprofit Ninja The more conversations I have with fundraisers, the more I realize how important it is to think strategically about fund development, and not let the day-to-day operations get in the way! Always remember that you will...

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