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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Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Hashtags Here
Feb24

Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Hashtags Here

In case you are brand spanking new to social media, hashtags are words or phrases with the hash symbol (#) in front of them. The hash symbol creates a link and clicking on that hashtag will bring up other posts with that tag. Can you spot the hashtags in this tweet: Fillable Or Simple Button: Which Version Is Better For Getting Donations? http://t.co/1YtQ35eq7p #fundraising #nptech via Agitator — Kerri Karvetski (@karvetski) February...

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#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Communicators
Feb20

#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Communicators

Happy Friday! Let’s dive right into some Mixed Links… Third Space Studio and BC/DC Ideas are looking for smaller nonprofits with budgets under $2 million to round out survey data for their 4th annual Individual Donor Benchmark Survey. If you are headed to Austin in a couple of weeks for the Nonprofit Technology Conference, NTEN has Top Tips for an Amazing 15NTC. Kivi and I will both be there! If you can’t make it to...

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Interview Questions to Help You Write Great Donor, Volunteer, and Client Profiles for Your Newsletters
Feb19

Interview Questions to Help You Write Great Donor, Volunteer, and Client Profiles for Your Newsletters

Whether they are focused on your clients, donors or volunteers, profiles — or stories about people — should be a integral part of your content marketing plan. Letting your other program participants, supporters, and influencers in your world see what goes on behind the scenes or the reasons why real people get involved with your organization builds trust and establishes authenticity. Profiles are perfect for newsletters...

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