Happy Friday, friends! Once again I have found the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of marketing and fundraising to share you with good people. Find out how this year’s #GivingTuesday went, what you should NOT do on social media, and what you should do when giving bad news.
It’s time for Mixed Links…
We’re closing our 2019 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey next week. Please take the survey so we can get the best data for our Trends Report which will be released in January. Survey takers get to attend a special preview webinar. Please take it now!
While Giving Tuesday may not work for you, Classy shows us INFOGRAPHIC: Giving Tuesday 2018 Makes Philanthropic History
See the 14 reasons people give to charity from Jeff Brooks.
If you are worried about what people may be saying about your organization online, here are the 8 best online reputation management tools for your brand.
Struggling with segues? Hubspot shares The Professional Writer’s List of Transition Words & Phrases.
Neil Patel ponders, If I Had to Start a Blog From Scratch, I Would…
In social media news, Facebook Looking to Appeal to Older Audiences with New Watch Shows.
Hootsuite warns us about these 5+ Black Hat Social Media Techniques Your Brand Shouldn’t Use.
And Dara Fontein shows you How to Run a (Successful) Cross-Platform Social Media Campaign.
And finally if you are in the difficult position of having to let someone go, etc, here are 5 Mistakes to Avoid When You’re Delivering Bad News.
Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You
December 4 & 6: Creating an Awesome 2018 Nonprofit Annual Report
Learn how to create an annual report this year that people will actually read and respond to.
Registration is $199 for the two-part series or free with an All-Access Pass (You can also attend just Part 1 for $99)
January – June 2019: The Communications Director Mentoring Program
Six-month mentorship with Kivi Leroux Miller. Different payment options available, but space is limited.
January 8 & 10: Communications Planning That Works: Getting Your Goals, Strategies, Objectives and Tactics Right in 2019
Learn how to create an effective communications plan for 2019.
Registration is $199 for the two-part series or free with an All-Access Pass (You can also attend just Part 1 for $119)