Agendas for Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly Editorial Meetings
Dec16

Agendas for Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly Editorial Meetings

In working with several clients over the last few years, I’ve started to see a pattern develop about what should be covered in nonprofit editorial meetings, and who should be in what meeting. Of course, every organization puts their own personal spin on it, and exactly who is in what meeting varies based on the size of the organization, how many layers of management are in between the executive director and the content creators,...

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Three Musts Before Measuring Your Marketing Really Matters
Sep30

Three Musts Before Measuring Your Marketing Really Matters

On Wednesday, October  2nd, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific), I’m teaching a brand-new webinar called How to Measure Your Nonprofit’s Marketing Success.  I’ve had requests for this topic for a couple of years, and finally got around to producing the webinar, so I hope you’ll join me! We will talk about what numbers to pay attention to related to your website, email, social media, direct mail, etc. But...

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Year-End Fundraising Decisions to Make Now
Aug12

Year-End Fundraising Decisions to Make Now

I’m coaching a fundraising team at a national nonprofit that wants to revamp its annual communications calendar. As part of that process, we are looking at their editorial calendar for their year-end fundraising campaign, which will include direct mail, email, and social media. Before they can develop that plan, however, they have several strategic decisions to make, and this is the time of year to be making them. If you want to...

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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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Download Your Multi-Channel Fundraising Campaign Worksheet [FREE]
Jul09

Download Your Multi-Channel Fundraising Campaign Worksheet [FREE]

We’ve added another advice and tips page to the website – this one covers online fundraising. So whether you are just getting started with raising money online or if you are looking for more advanced ideas, we’ve got you covered. Haven’t accepted online donations before? We’ll show you where to start with getting your website and email list in shape. Or if you have been taking donations through your...

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Reasonable Nonprofit Marketing Plans That One Person Can Handle [New Webinar]
May23

Reasonable Nonprofit Marketing Plans That One Person Can Handle [New Webinar]

In the 2014 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report, a majority of survey participants with every job title, and every age group, said they felt overworked. There are simply too many marketing choices available, and too little time to get it all done well. So how do you find the balance that allows you to market your nonprofit successfully without burning out? Join us for our new webinar, Overworked or Underworked? Reasonable Nonprofit...

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