Is it chilly where you are? It is here! Let’s wrap up the week with some warm Mixed Links…
Thanks to the almost 800 nonprofit professionals who have already taken our 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report Survey! If you haven’t taken it yet, please take a few minutes to share your predictions for 2015. Survey takers will be invited to an exclusive Trends Preview Webinar on December 11th (full details are in the survey.) Take the survey now.
It’s time for the 2014 Wishlist of Books for Nonprofit Folk and Giveaway by Marion Conway! She lists the books you’ll want on your bookshelf as a nonprofit communicator. Plus, if you leave a comment on the post by November 28th, you will be eligible to receive a free copy of my book Content Marketing for Nonprofit Marketers.
Giving Tuesday is right around the corner. Here are 5 Storytelling Tips for Your #GivingTuesday Campaign. And The Ultimate Last-Minute #GivingTuesday Campaign Checklist.
Network for Good gives us 4 Rules for Images that Inspire Action.
If you just don’t have the time to create blog posts on a consistent basis, NTEN can save you some stress with Six Ways to Crowdsource Your Nonprofit’s Blog Content.
Is your boss’s ego killing your fundraising?
Think that pesky conversation about nonprofits and overhead is gonna go away any time soon? Probably not.
Beth Kanter answers the age-old question How Many Social Channels Should Our Nonprofit Use?
Finally, I think we can all relate to this – Dear business community, stop thinking you are better than us nonprofit folks.
Don’t forget to 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.)
December 2 and 9: Creating Nonprofit Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read