Webinar: Dos and Don’ts of Writing for the Web and E-Newsletters

Do you know the important differences between how people read on paper and how they read on a computer screen? Do you understand how those differences drastically change the way you should write for your website visitors and email newsletter readers? If you aren’t sure, I’ll show you how to go from confused to confident…

Nonprofit Marketing To-Dos for 2008 @ Carnival

Nancy Schwartz at Getting Attention has posted this week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, which includes several great suggestions for nonprofit marketing priorities for 2008. If you are still debating your plans for the new year, you’ll find inspiration here. Next week, the Carnival travels to Spare Change with social marketing guru Nedra Weinreich.

Don’t Pass Go Until Three Marketing Tasks Are Complete

Before you launch all of your spectacular new initiatives for 2008, please, please, please all nonprofit marketing professionals, make sure that the organizations you are involved with as staff, volunteers, and board members have taken care of these three items. I admit, they are personal pet peeves, but they are all very basic marketing elements…

Social Networking for Nonprofits @ the Carnival

This week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is up at Giving in a Digital World. Bryan has compiled a great set of posts on how nonprofits can use Facebook, MySpace, OpenSocial, and other social networking tools. Check it out now. On December 3, the Carnival returns stateside to Getting Attention with Nancy Schwartz. Here’s Nancy’s question…

Forget MySpace and Facebook and Try Sites for Boomers?

If the boomers have all the money and time for nonprofits, it seems like getting on social networking sites like TeeBeeDee, Multiply, and Eons would be a much better investment of time for nonprofits seeking new donors through social networks than creating MySpace and Facebook pages. This New York Times article describes several recent rounds…