Has this seemed like a long week to anyone else? I am ready for some Mixed Links…
Starting things off on a lighter note (Kivi and I thought it was funny, though, if cursing bothers you, best skip this), here are 21 Things You Say In Work Emails, And What They Really Mean.
This time of year can be a slow one in many sectors, but Lori Jacobwith implores you to Keep Your Donors Engaged & Informed Over the Summer.
Do you always subscribe to the adage, “The customer is always right?” Jeff Brooks explains why that approach may be your biggest brand killer.
For that person in your office who still thinks you can’t end a sentence with a preposition or use contractions, Jeff Brooks (he’s on a roll this week!) tells us to Get Smart About Grammar in Fundraising (this applies to all communications though, I think).
Nancy Schwartz has a great crisis communications study on how to survive a no-win situation. See how she thinks the The National September 11 Memorial & Museum handled all the criticism they have received.
NTEN shares how you can Make Smarter Decisions When Selecting Technology.
As a frequent Disney World visitor, this post by Marc Pitman caught my eye – 4 Disney Lessons to Transform Your Donor Retention.
Jay Love at Bloomerang encourages us to Stop Fundraising, Start Relationship-Building.
Donor Newsletters That Raise More Money June 9th through June 17th (Only 10 spots left!)
Have a great weekend!