I hope everyone had a great week! Let’s end things on a good note with some Mixed Links…
Please take the 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey. You’ll be invited to a free preview webinar as well as be among the first to receive the Trends Report when we release it January.
Want some free stuff?
ActionSprout, with support from Facebook, is giving away $2 million in Facebook ad credits to nonprofits.
And graphic design platform, Canva, is also giving away their premium subscription product, Canva for Work, to Nonprofits for free.
Last week, my Nonprofit Communications Confidential post revolved around those awful “reply all” emails. NonprofitHub added some more great tips about when to use that “reply all” button in Cut Out Your Nonprofit’s Communication Clutter.
Claire Axelrad hosted the Nonprofit Blog Carnival for October with the theme of Major Gifts Tricks and Treats.
You can tell better stories. Watch this video by Steven Screen and Jeff Brooks to see how.
Network for Good gives you Your Four-Step Plan to Conquer Social Media on #GivingTuesday.
Caron Beesley shows you
If you need a laugh, check out #NonprofitPickUpLines on Twitter. I spent entirely too much time last night reading these.
I can sustain anything for more than 12 months. #nonprofitpickuplines
— Dave Tinker, CFRE (@davethecfre) November 2, 2015
Hey there, do you look this good year round? Cause you’ve got annual appeal. #nonprofitpickuplines
— Ma Nonprofit Network (@MA_NonprofitNet) November 6, 2015
Registration is also open for the early 2016 session of Mentoring Program for Nonprofit Communications Directors.