Another Friday and another round up of the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week we have how to get away from exploitative storytelling, tips for starting a podcast, and a book review of John Haydon’s last book.
It’s time for Mixed Links…
Debra Jenkins answers the question, “How Can Nonprofits Move from Exploitative Storytelling to Justice-Oriented Storytelling?”
You’ll find some interesting SEO tips in How to Optimize Your How-to and List Posts.
Sprout Social shows you How to start a podcast: everything you need to know.
David Tucker tells you Why Your Digital Marketing Strategy Can’t be Without YouTube.
Do you have these 5 Core Competencies of Effective Nonprofit Social Media Managers?
Erica Waasdorp shares her Book Review: ‘Donor CARE’ by the Late John Haydon.
And finally, be leery of these 10 Ways to Definitely Burn Out as a Nonprofit Employee.
Catch Up on Our Content from This Week…
- A Day in the Life of a Quarantined Nonprofit Communicator – Punita Khanna
- How Long Will That 64% Open Rate Last?
- The Award for Best Pitch Goes To…
- Scrubbing Your Language of Racist Metaphors
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