We’ve got some good stuff on fundraising and social media this week.
Network for Good recently released a free e-book called The Online Fundraiser’s Checklist 2.0 that covers everything from your website to throwing a great event.
For more free fundraising goodies, John Haydon will be presenting a free webinar Ten Steps To Ramping Up Results On Facebook For Your Nonprofit over at CharityHowTo.com. All you have to do to attend is “like” their Facebook page.
John also shares 4 quick things you can do to your website to help your supporters connect better.
And if you are having trouble with nasty comments on your Facebook page, check out the Humane Society of the United States’ Director of Emerging Media Carie Lewis’ post Haters: What Can You Do?
This week there were a lot of short but very good blog posts out there.
Jeff Brooks writes how you need to communicate more often with your donors in The Most Deadly Error in Fundraising.
Jocelyn Harmon shows her romantic side in Marketing and Love?
And with a little more social media talk, Marc Pitman shares Learning Social Media with an 11 Year Old.
Finally, today is the last day to submit your blog post for this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival, so head on over to Nancy Schwartz’s Getting Attention blog and make your submission. This month’s topic is “What Book Changed Your Professional Life?” but you better hurry!
To our U.S. readers, have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend, and we’ll see everyone on Tuesday.
P.S. Here’s what’s coming up next on the
webinar schedule . . .