Can you believe tomorrow is September?!? If only the weather knew that. No matter the heat, I have gathered the hottest articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of marketing and fundraising just for you. Today, we’re getting into new ad rules on Twitter and Facebook, SEO and more. It’s time for Mixed Links…
John Haydon gives you 5 Questions to Ask Before Sending That Email Blast.
Twitter will also be enforcing new rules around issue ads starting September 30. So if you deal with topics such as abortion, civil rights, climate change, guns, healthcare, or immigration and run ads on Twitter, you need to get certified.
You’ll find some interesting tips in How I Boosted My Rankings Without Creating Content or Building Links.
Nonprofit Hub shares their Ins and Outs of Content Creation.
Jeff Brooks advises you not to use any of these 7 favorite topics of boring fundraisers.
Finally, do you think distraction is good or bad? Find out Why What You Know About Being Distracted Is Wrong.
Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You
September 5*: Yes! You Can Become a Media Darling with Antionette Kerr. Learn how to get the media attention you deserve for your work. Registration is $20 or Free with an All-Access Pass. *Rescheduled from August 30.
September 6: Marketing Bequests: Asking for That Final Gift with Tom Ahern. Learn how to tactfully ask for a bequest from your supporters. Registration is $99 or Free with an All-Access Pass.
September 13: Navigating the Media Relations Trifecta of Earned, Paid, and Owned Media with Antionette Kerr. Learn about the three types of media and how you can get better at each of them. Registration is $50 or Free with an All-Access Pass
Starts September 12: Nonprofit Marketing Accelerator: Build a G.R.E.A.T. Media Strategy and Start Getting Headlines with Peter Panepento and Antionette Kerr. The authors of Modern Media Relations for Nonprofits are leading a 4-week intensive coaching course on how to get more media attention. Registration is $600 and includes up to three team members. Space is limited.