Things That Can Still Happen in April: Learn Social Media Strategies, Tips for Direct and Online Fundraising and How to Be CALM

Here’s what’s happening this Month at Nonprofit Marketing Guide… Online Training: Ends TONIGHT!: The All-Access Pass Discount Save $200 off the Annual All-Access Pass. With the Pass, you have 24/7/365 access to training webinars, self-paced online courses, exclusive downloadable resources, and a Private Facebook Group with industry experts and fellow nonprofit communicators. Get the All-Access…

Which Core Topics Do We Talk About Now?

Every nonprofit communicator should have a list of what we call Core Topics or the topics you want to be known for and that you will talk about often in your content marketing strategy. Let’s say you have a list of 5-10 core topics. How do you decide when to talk about each one of…

What Nonprofit Communicators Should Binge Watch #NPCOMMLIFE

I know very few nonprofit communicators are laying around all day binge-watching TV. Most of you are working from home still trying to make the world a better place. That being said, we still have a lot more time at home these days and I am super tired of writing and thinking about coronavirus, so…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – March 27, 2020

How is everyone holding up out there? I am still trying to find the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising, but heads up – it’s going to be a lot of coronavirus-related talk. We also some non-stock photo ideas, tools to keep you productive, and writing…

COVID-19 and Media Relations: A Quick Guide for Nonprofit Communicators

COVID-19 is quickly rewriting the rules for how all of us are approaching our communications. It’s also forcing all nonprofits — no matter the mission — to rethink their short-term media relations strategies. Here are five tips to consider as you think about how you want to communicate with the media during the coming weeks…

How to Be Relevant Now (And What NOT to Say)

Nonprofit communicators are full of anxiety right now about messaging, from what to say, to how often, and where to say it. Let’s get two common questions out the way . . . Should we stop messaging if our work has nothing to do with coronavirus? No, you should keep talking about what you know…

Make Your Office More Comfortable – Wherever It Is Now

Kivi originally shared what hygge is and this helpful list back in November of 2018. But first off, let’s define hygge: Hygge is the Danish concept of coziness, comfort, warmth, and charm that gets Danes through the long, cold, dark winters. It’s about enjoying and indulging in the small things, even when the environment around you…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – March 20, 2020

Happy Spring! Hope everyone is doing their best as we head into another week of self-quarantines and social distancing. Luckily we still have the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week we have more on coronavirus as that’s really all anyone is taking talking about,…

Thank You for the New Design, Facebook. Because Nonprofits Need MORE Disruption Right Now.

Have you noticed this on the top of your desktop Facebook? We’ve known that another major Facebook redesign — called FB5 because it’s the fifth major redesign — was in the works for a while now. But what a wonderful time to fully roll it out! (I know you hear all the intended sarcasm in…