Ready to wrap up this week with the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising? We have SEO advice, words to avoid, tips from The Bachelor and more.
Before I get started, if any of you want to add to our photo collection of mixed drinks, feel free to email me your cocktail pictures with your name and the location!
It’s time for Mixed Links…
Lila Tublin has put together Big Duck’s list of Words to Avoid—2020 Edition.
Find out Who Should Be on Your Content Squad.
Lilach Bullock shares The Best SEO Tactics That Will Help Boost Your Website’s Conversion Rate.
And we also have The 10 Essential Must-Knows for Small Business SEO.
But wait, Is SEO Dead? (A Data-Driven Answer).
I don’t watch this particular show, but I am sure y’all get tired of my Star Wars, Harry Potter and Schitt’s Creek stuff so here are 4 Lessons on Grant Applications from The Bachelor.
Here are 5 Facebook Fundraising Tips for Nonprofits from Will Schmidt at Classy.
Chari Smith talks about turning Data into Dollars: The Intersection of Program Evaluation & Fundraising.
And finally here is A Deceptively Simple Way to Find More Happiness at Work.
Catch Up on Our Content from This Week…
- Forget the Elevator Speeches and Give Your Board Members a Word-of-the-Month
- The Difference Between Content Marketing and Permission-Based Marketing
- How to Prepare Your Nonprofit for a PR Crisis
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