Good afternoon to you! I have had a very long week and am ready to kick off the weekend with the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week we talk blogs, nonprofit data security, making your day a little better, and more.
It’s time for Mixed Links…
Lauren Pope implores you to Upgrade Your Nonprofit Data Security With These 5 Tips.
Claire Axelrad tells you how to Get Started with Nonprofit Blogging with these Top 10 Reasons.
Or if you are more interested in guest blogging, here is The Definitive Guide to that from Kristen Matthews.
If email marketing is more your thing, I also found The Ultimate Guide to Email Design.
You might want to check out Google’s New Link Building Guidelines.
Social Media Today has 6 Content Marketing Mistakes You’re Still Making (and How to Avoid Them).
And finally, if you are feeling a little down this week, try some of these 32 Suggestions To Help You Feel A Bit Better ASAP. (I am going to do #26 – “Browse recipes and pick one to make this weekend.” Send me your favorites!)
Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You
Mastering the Seven Writing Styles Coaching Program
8-Week Intensive Coaching Program with Kivi Leroux Miller. Runs September 30 – November 22.
Work directly with Kivi and your peers on your writing skills. You will also learn how to coach others on their writing. Space is limited. Includes free recording access to an encore presentation of the webinar series The 7 Styles of Writing Every Nonprofit Communicator Should Master.
Registration is open for the following webinars. You can register individually or attend all of our training webinars for a lot less with an Annual All-Access Pass.
September 26: Marketing Bequests: How to Ask for That Final Gift
[90-minute webinar] Learn how to tactfully ask for bequests from your current donors.
Registration is $129 or free with an All-Access Pass
October 1 & 3: Beyond Opens and Clicks: Maintaining a Healthy Email List and Re-Engaging Your Community
[Two-Part Series] Learn what you need to know to manage your email program for long-term success.
Registration is $199 for the series or free with an All-Access Pass