Happy Friday! Here are some Mixed Links to end the week…
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April’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival is up over at Nancy Schwartz’s blog. This month’s theme is The Work Behind the Work – the methods and tools you use to stay focused, productive and happy on the job (or the barriers that keep you from getting there). Erik Anderson is hosting the next carnival. The theme will be how to build loyalty in all parts of the nonprofit sector – from donors to employees.
Google just launched a new program. Nonprofits are invited to share how they would increase their impact using Google Glass. Five US-based nonprofits will be awarded a pair of Glass, a trip to a Google office for training, a $25,000 nonprofit grant, and access to developers to make your Glass project a reality. Learn more and fill out the application.
Formstack has a new infographic that should be helpful for nonprofits – The Anatomy of a Perfect Event.
Steve Simon has some advice on how to avoid making a crucial mistake when calling a journalist.
A new report says that providing data on your impact doesn’t always have the results you want. Here is Chronicle of Philanthropy’s take on it.
Network for Good shows you How to Create the Ultimate Donation Page.
Frogloop covers a new study on how much nonprofits raise with peer-to-peer fundraisers.
Madeline Turner at npEngage shares How to Get Noticed and Turn Heads in the Digital World (and 3 Tips to Boost Donor Acquisition).
May 7 and 13: How To Do Your Own Nonprofit Communications Audit
See you next week!