The latest edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival is up! Wild Apricot has rounded up posts about nonprofit inspiration and innovation.
From WYSIWYG to Flash Mobs, this 2014 Collection of Useful Nonprofit Communications Terms pretty much covers everything.
Gail Perry has the Top 10 Major Donor Fundraising Trends for 2014-15.
Looking to create graphics for social media? John Haydon shares 8 Tools to Make You a Visual Content Ninja.
Are you overlooking any of these 20 Donor Engagement Signals That Get Missed Often?
Beth Kanter advises if you don’t have cute animals or kids to inspire your audience, then take advantage of these 7 Tips for Using Quotes for Your Nonprofit’s Content Strategy.
The British Museum has come up with a creative Twitter strategy during the World Cup.
Social media blog Buffer has 10 Surprising and Important Social Media Stats You Need To Know.
If you are having trouble getting your board to fundraise, read Train My Board? Are You Crazy, I Don’t Have Time to Check My E-mail!
July 9th – July 17th: Writing a Fabulous Case for Support
July 28th – August 6th: Writing Direct Mail Appeal Letters
July 9: Writing a Fabulous Case for Support: The Executive Summary with Tom Ahern (Registration is $99 or included with the All-Access Pass or full Case for Support E-clinic registration)
July 22: Annual Report Basics: Written Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read (Presented at CharityHowTo and free with an All-Access Pass)
July 28: Writing Successful Direct Mail In-House with Tom Ahern (Registration is $99 or included with the All-Access Pass or full Case for Support E-clinic registration)
July 29: Email Newsletters for Nonprofits Part I: Strategies to Make the Most of Your E-Newsletter (Presented at CharityHowTo and free with an All-Access Pass)
August 5: Email Newsletters for Nonprofits Part II: Writing and Designing Great E-Newsletters (Presented at CharityHowTo and free with an All-Access Pass)
Have a great weekend and stay safe!