What Type of Blog Should Your Nonprofit Write?

This Wednesday’s Webinar: Blogging for Nonprofits: Tips, Traps and Tales October 29, 2008 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific) Get the details and register Let’s assume for a minute that your nonprofit should write a blog in the first place (more on that question some other time). What kind of blog should you write? You’ll…

Who’s Your Target Audience? Please Not the General Public!

We chant it together in my in-person nonprofit marketing trainings: “There is no such thing as the general public. There is no such thing as the general public.” If you are spending time and money trying to reach the general public with your nonprofit’s message, you are wasting it. All of it. OK, maybe just…

Video Annual Reports: Tips for Nonprofits Who Want to Try It

Photo by the_toe_stubber on Flickr Some might argue that annual reports are dead, but I say that they are simply undergoing a transformation, much like the rest of the publications that nonprofits use for advocacy, education, and fundraising. All print publications, including annual reports, are being reevaluated as online and multimedia tools become much more…

Great Leadership Tips & Ideas @ the Carnival

What does it take to be a great leader in the nonprofit sector? You’ll find some thoughtful answers in the current edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, posted Wednesday at Ready, Aim, Inspire. The roundup includes posts from Jane Arsenault, Jason Dick, Katya Andresen, Heather Carpenter, and Sam Davidson. The Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is a…