I owe you all an apology. I am sure you were waiting with bated breath last Friday for your weekly round up of the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising and I missed it. I am sure your weekend was just ruined. So I will make up for it with a few more links than normal that include LOTS of social media tips and insights, fundraising trends for 2021, Halloween ideas and more.
It’s time for Mixed Links…
Katie Sehl at Hootsuite gets into Social Media for Nonprofits: 11 Essential Tips for Success.
If you are tired of keeping up with all the changes to Facebook, here is An Evergreen Guide to Facebook Marketing.
And also find out How to Use Facebook Groups to Keep Customers: 5 Ways.
Let’s switch to Instagram with The Ultimate Guide to Instagram Features: Stories, Feed, IGTV, Reels.
Be sure you know Why Brands Have To Be Human On Social Media.
Here are some Internet marketing trends worth taking note of.
Check out these 5 Fundraising Trends for 2021 and Beyond.
There are 3 Types of Nonprofit Leadership in Times of Crisis. Which is yours?
ShortStack shares 9 Halloween Marketing Ideas That Work With Social Distancing.
And now that I have given you all of these tips on using social media, learn Why Social Media Cleanses Are Important.
Catch Up on Our Content for This Week…
- A Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Tricia Maddrey Baker
- Let’s See Your Thank You Notes, Emails, Videos and Any Other Ways You Say Thanks!
- What’s Your Comms Plan for Election Week?
- Some Questions to Ask Yourself When Your Workload is Too Overwhelming
Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You…
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October 22: How to Say Thank You and Share Your Successes with Your Supporters with Kivi Leroux Miller
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