Happy Friday, everyone! Let’s wind down with some Mixed Links…
Over 1,400 people have taken our 2014 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report Survey. Take the survey now and you can be among the first to receive the full Nonprofit Communications Trends Report and know what your nonprofit colleagues will be doing in 2014.
Network for Good has released its latest Digital Giving Index. Check out this infographic to see the state of online giving during the first half of the year.
Gail Perry shares the Myths and Realities of Board Members and Fundraising.
Learn how to set up your own crowdfunding campaign during this webinar on December 3rd.
99U has some tips on the types of people you need on your creative team with The 5 Hidden Superpowers of Balanced Creative Teams.
Fernando Labastida has some tips at NTEN on How to Get User-Generated Content From Supporters.
If you want to do something a little different this holiday season, Viamedia released its 2013 Holiday Cable Advertising Study with some surprising results. 59% of Americans admitted they wanted to see “Scrooge-like” themes in holiday advertisements on cable TV. See how the Scroogey scenarios – from naughty kids getting coal to ditching the in-laws — ranked. Does that inspire any funny ideas for your org?
For more holiday inspiration, Constant Contact shares 15 Subject Line Examples for Your Holiday Email Marketing.
Thinking of running your own giving day? Learn how Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity dominated their giving day.
Registration is now open for our December session of Donor Newsletters That Raise More Money. This e-clinic, featuring direct mail expert Tom Ahern, includes over five hours of training and coaching – including one-on-one feedback on your print newsletter. Space is limited to 24 nonprofits and we’ve filled over half the slots so sign up now.
See you next week!