Happy Friday, everyone! Let’s wrap things up for the week with some Mixed Links…
Erica Mills lets us know how much words for nonprofits matter in Great Mission. Bad Statement.
Wild Apricot asked what nonprofits do in a year and compiled their answers in The Ultimate Nonprofit Calendar.
Big Duck has released its 2016 edition of Words to Avoid.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy makes a bold statement in Charity Navigator Must Grow Up or Shut Down.
Nonprofit Quarterly also tackles a big subject in Why Funding Overhead Is Not the Real Issue: The Case to Cover Full Costs.
Make the most of Facebook Ads and learn How to Use Facebook Local Awareness Ads to Target Customers (or supporters in your case).
Seth Godin chases The Mythical 10X Marketer.
And file this under “Errrrr…..” ‘We All Need the D,’ Says Ad Campaign That Obviously Doesn’t Know What ‘the D’ Means. (h/t Helen Frank).
February 9: Nonprofit Q&A Panel: Editorial Planning Meetings (Part of the All-Access Pass Program)
February 11: Work Simply: Embracing the Power of your Personal Productivity Style (FREE for everyone)
And now, I present a panda playing the snow. Have a fun-filled, awesome weekend!