The 2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report reveals what nonprofits big and small have planned for 2012.


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Please link to http://nonprofitmarketingguide.com/2012trends or the short URL  http://kivilm.com/trends

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Highlights from the Report

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Big 6 Communication Tools for Nonprofits: website, email, Facebook, print, in-person events, and media/PR. http://kivilm.com/trends

Only 24% of nonprofits have written & approved marketing plan for 2012. Nonprofit Comm Trends Report: http://kivilm.com/trends

78% of nonprofits say they'll email supporters at least monthly in 2012. Nonprofit Comm Trends Report http://kivilm.com/trends

Facebook twice as important to nonprofits as blogging, video, or Twitter, according to 2012 Trends Report: http://kivilm.com/trends

Facebook beats Twitter, 80% to 34% as important to nonprofit marketers. Nonprofit Comm Trends Report. http://kivilm.com/trends

Online communications will continue to dominate for nonprofits in 2012. Nonprofit Comm Trends Report. http://kivilm.com/trends

Smaller nonprofits more social in person and online; big nonprofits prefer traditional marketing. Trends Report http://kivilm.com/trends

What excites nonprofits: new websites, real marketing plans, integrating channels & social media. Trends Report: http://kivilm.com/trends

What scares nonprofits: vying for attention, new social media, no $ for marketing & burning out. Trends Report: http://kivilm.com/trends

The one thing that both excites and scares nonprofit communicators? Social media! 2012 Trends Report: http://kivilm.com/trends

 

Want a historical reference? You can also download the 2011 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report.