Send me your favorite nonprofit marketing and fundraising posts! Just tweet the link using #MixedLinks (and if you have room mention @kristinaleroux), then I will see if it’s a good fit for #MixedLinks. (And give you full credit for the find, of course.) ~Kristina
Last week, I linked to Debra Askanase’s post, An Unexpected Nonprofit Fundraising Story that discussed using Amazon Wish Lists to ask for the goods you need. Nonprofit Hub has some more tips on doing that in How to Go From ‘Wish List’ to ‘Donation List’.
According to a new study, donors aged 66 years and older are just as likely to donate online as younger donors so quit acting like they can’t operate a computer.
Fast Company has 5 Lessons Nonprofits Can Learn from Startups.
Are Nonprofits Staffing Tech Right? Allyson Kapin breaks down some highlights from NTEN’s 8th Annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report.
Claire Axelrad shares a 16 point checklist you should go over before sending your appeal letter.
If you have a blog you may want to take a look at these 6 Remedial Rules for a Respectable Looking Blog.
Bloomerang has 6 Signs Your Nonprofit Might Need New Fundraising Software.
Of course you have goals for your nonprofit communications, but make sure you know the 7 Marketing Resolutions for Every Nonprofit Communications Plan.
September 11 or 18: Taming Your Communications Calendar Six Months at a Time
Have a great weekend!