Let’s start with some Facebook advice…
If you are looking to add a custom tab to your Facebook page that only your fans can see, but feel like you just aren’t “techy” enough to figure it out, John Haydon has a video tutorial for you.
For more on what the recent Facebook changes mean specifically for nonprofits, we have a post from Amy Sample Ward and the slides from a recent webinar Danielle Brigida did with Care2.
And now for some fundraising . . .
Geoff Livingston explains the genius behind the big winners of Give to the Max Day: Greater Washington. Small is beautiful, people!
Jocelyn Harmon shares her slides and other tips from a recent presentation she gave on how to say thank- you to your donors. For more on writing thank-yous, check out my upcoming webinar on the topic. The Nonprofit Blog Carnival will also cover thank-yous this month, so stay tuned for that.
What else . . .
What do you do when all of a sudden you find yourself in a creative slump? Check out this post by Todd Henry on how to spark that creative drive by activating your Red Zone.
Ready to do some newsjacking? That’s when you pounce on news as it is happening, so you get your message embedded in the stories, and there’s a new book out all about it. MarketingProfs provides a quick summary.
Have you taken our 2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey yet? We’ve heard from about 600 nonprofits so far.
Finally, as the holiday season approaches, couldn’t we all use a little extra time? Here are 10 Time Management Tips for Nonprofit Communicators.
See you next week!