Advantages of the Online Annual Report

Earlier this week, we talked about ways to make your website easier to read on mobile devices. Today we talk about making your annual report easier to read by creating an online annual report. Stephen Streicher shares why New York Cares decided to go with an online annual report. ~Kivi Guest Post by Stephen Streicher of New York Cares…

Mobile Friendly Websites for Nonprofits – Case Study

Yesterday we heard from Julia Reich on why you should use responsive design. Today we hear from JoAnn Manke from WithinReach on how they used responsive design on their new website for teens. Guest Post by JoAnn Manke from WithinReach Our agency makes connections that families need to be healthy, and works to meet families where they…

S, M, L, XL: Why Responsive Website Design is the Best Strategy for Different Size Screens

In this post, one of our favorite graphic designers, Julia Reich, toots the horn for responsive design, explaining why she decided on responsive design for the new Stone Soup Creative website; why she and her team will endeavor to build it into sites they’ll be designing for their clients from here on in; and why…

We Need a Mobile Strategy – Ya Think?

I’m still blown away by the number of nonprofits who think they don’t have to worry about how their websites and email look on mobile devices. Or conference organizers who don’t think they need a hashtag. “But our people really don’t do mobile,” they say, completely in denial. Look around. According to recent data from…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers July 12, 2013

Welcome to Mixed Links! This is our weekly round-up of the good stuff on the net for nonprofit communicators. M+R Research Labs has released a must-read report on multichannel marketing for nonprofits, Adventures in Multichannel Marketing. The report includes five case studies each with a different take on how to use multichannel marketing in smart ways.…

Which Stupid Things Nonprofits Admit Most to Doing

Yesterday we announced that we were making the recording for our webinar, Stupid Things Nonprofit Marketers Can Stop Doing, available as part of our Free Membership Program (you can also get the recording without becoming a member). During the webinar, we polled the 465 attendees on which of the stupid things they were guilty of. They…

21 Stupid Things You Can Stop Doing [Infographic and Recording]

We had so much fun last week on our free webinar sharing stupid marketing tactics that we’ve decided to share that fun with everyone! You can now watch 21 Stupid Things Nonprofit Marketers Can Stop Doing whenever you want. During this 60-minute webinar, we talked about 21 stupid marketing tactics and strategies you are totally wasting…

Pre-Order My Book Now – Attend a Free Webinar and Get Other Goodies

I am excited to announce that my book, Content Marketing for Nonprofits: A Communications Map for Engaging Your Community, Becoming a Favorite Cause, and Raising More Money, is now available for pre-order! (Amazon) Today we are also launching the companion website, Content Marketing for Nonprofits.com. This book will show you how to design and implement a…

Mixed Link for Nonprofit Marketers

I hope everyone had a good week. Let’s relax with some Mixed Links… Wild Apricot hosted this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival with Data for Good being the theme. Contributors include Joanne Fritz, Marc Koenig, and our very own community engagement manager, Kristina. If your website and emails aren’t mobile friendly, you really need to get…