Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators January 5, 2018

Everyone back to work yet? To celebrate the New Year, I have gathered the freshest links for you from around the world of marketing and communications. It’s time for Mixed Links…

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See if you are a good fit to participate in the 2018 M+R Benchmarks Study.

Find out How to Use Facebook Live to Raise Money For Your Nonprofit with John Haydon.

Nonprofit Tech for Good has released their 2018 Cause Awareness & Giving Day Calendar.

Be a better leader no matter your role with The Good Leaders 10 Step New Year Manifesto.

Think of a focus word and take The 2018 Content Focus Challenge.

If you are interested in blogging this year, here are 108 of the Best Online Marketing Blogs to Follow in 2018.

Did you know you’ll do the best work of your life this year? Here’s how from Emily Ludolph.

Beth Kanter shares 3 New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofit Professionals To Begin 2018 with Clarity.

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Starts January 10: Nonprofit Marketing Accelerator – Report Back to Your Community: Creating a Short Annual Report for 2017. Four-week intensive coaching course with Kivi Leroux Miller. Registration is $600 which includes up to three team members from your organization.

January 18: Maximize the Post Gift Glow: The Art of Thanking Donors with Rachel Muir. Registration is $20 or Free with an All-Access Pass

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Author: Kristina Leroux, Community Engagement Manager

I am the Community Engagement Manager at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com.

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