Happy Friday! Let’s start the weekend off with some Mixed Links…
Blackbaud is doing a series of training webinars for nonprofits as part of their npExperts program. Some npExperts include Carie Lewis, Beth Kanter, Steve MacLaughlin and myself. Registration is free.
MarketingProfs shares 10 Ways to Stretch Your Marketing Budget (written for businesses, but some of these can work for your organization too).
You may have noticed Gmail’s new look with email automatically filtered into tabs. One of those tabs is the promotions tab which is where most newsletters and appeals will end up. Nancy Schwartz says it’s not time to panic with some ideas on how to make the best of the new Gmail.
Still not sure how to reach Millenials? Joanne Fritz explains Millennials Want Impact, Not Platitudes.
The Planned Giving Blogger warns you to not make this Rookie Mistake in your fundraising appeals.
For more fundraising mistakes, Jeff Brooks has a list of ways to get fundraising wrong.
Finally a reminder that we are hosting this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival. The theme is how to play well with others in your organization. You can publish a post on that topic or you can guest blog for us and we’ll include it in the carnival.
August 13 and 20: Taming Your Communications Calendar Six Months at a Time
See you next week!