Are you ready for the holidays? Me neither! Let’s commiserate over some Mixed Links…
Early Bird registration for the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference in Austin ends December 15th. The conference will take place March 4th – 6th. Kivi and I hope to see you there!
99designs has launched their third annual “12 Days of Design” initiative, part of their 99nonprofits program, which provides a few nonprofits each month with free design “contests” (their term for graphic design projects). We’ve used 99Designs for some little quick projects like our holiday logo transformation.
Pam Grow shares a “Simple, Brilliant” example of how to ask donors to come back.
I found this post very fitting after listening to the latest round of comments made after Kivi said not to include donor lists in annual reports so you can make them shorter and more readable instead – WADITWA Disease- “We’ve Always Done It That Way”
Joe Garecht at Fundraising Authority is hosting this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival. Learn how to submit your blog posts on “Going Big in 2015.”
Jody Johnson at npEngage gives you 3 Factors to Consider When Evaluating New Technology.
Allison Fine encourages you to Get into Coversation: That’s Matterness over on Nancy Schwartz’s Getting Attention blog. (Allison will be guest blogging for us as well in January.)
Finally, the Nonprofit Quarterly shares A Nonprofit-in-Debt Story of Your Dreams. And if this story doesn’t give you the “feels” (and possibly make you just a tad jealous), then I don’t know what to tell you.
We’ve finished our Weekly Webinar Series for 2015, but you won’t want to miss 2015! Our Annual All-Access Pass is on sale this month. You can save $100 and get a year’s worth of training for only $499 if you join us by January 2, 2015. (That’s less than 10 bucks a week for training on direct mail, social media, content marketing, branding, annual reports, and so much more.) Learn more about the new things and bonuses we are offering for 2015.