We Want You Back! How to Re-Engage Inactive Email Supporters
Mar22

We Want You Back! How to Re-Engage Inactive Email Supporters

You’re losing email subscribers. Every month. All year long. They unsubscribe. They bounce. They stop responding. According to M+R Benchmarks, on average, about 24% of subscribers are considered inactive. What’s a nonprofit communicator to do? Practice your ABC’s (Always Be Collecting), AND offer content worth subscribing to, AND…how about rekindling and reconnecting with your inactives! Inactives are people who already said “yes” to...

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Want to Be in My Next Book? Share Your Story!
Mar21

Want to Be in My Next Book? Share Your Story!

I’m working on finishing my next book, which will be called “CALM not BUSY: Managing Your Nonprofit’s Communications for Great Results.” It will be out in late May. I’d love to include YOU in the book! I need stories and anecdotes for specific sections in the book. If you can help with any of these topics, please complete this form by March 31. Internal Communications How do you share information...

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators
Mar17

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...

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What’s Your Top Strength as an #NPCOMM Director?
Mar15

What’s Your Top Strength as an #NPCOMM Director?

We are having some fun with a new quiz tool we are trying, courtesy of Interact. Want to find out your top strength as a nonprofit communications director? Take the Quiz!...

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Communications Team Models: What’s Best for Your Nonprofit?
Mar14

Communications Team Models: What’s Best for Your Nonprofit?

  In brand-new research for the 2017 edition of the Nonprofit Communications Trends Report, we discovered that four types of communications teams are most prevalent in our sector. While those teams are equally distributed, that’s really where the similarities end. Only two of the team models — Integrated and Centralized — performed well on the various questions we asked about communications effectiveness. What...

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What Type of Communications Team Works Best at Your Nonprofit?
Mar09

What Type of Communications Team Works Best at Your Nonprofit?

  According to our research, 75% of nonprofit communications teams are organized in one of four ways, based on how the workload for the team is created. We’ve labeled these teams: Integrated Centralized Internal Agency CEO-Led Next week, Kivi is leading a BRAND NEW webinar that will break down each of these four types and help you determine which one if right for your nonprofit. And even better – this webinar is one...

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