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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers June 15, 2012

Happy Friday, everyone! Here’s this week’s Mixed Links. Communications Guidestar gives some tips on how to handle social media when you aren’t really into it. If you are among the 74% who use your org’s mission statement when talking to your supporters or donors, you have a problem. Most mission statements really only speak to those inside…

Might a Rotating Twitter Account Work for You?

I managed to stay awake long enough last night to catch the Colbert Report, where Stephen talked about a very interesting marketing concept: a  curated Twitter account with a rotating voice each week. Some Swedish tourism groups are giving it a try with @sweden.  Here’s how they describe the project: They’ve apparently had quite a…

Read This Edition of NTEN: Change

NTEN: Change is a free digital quarterly journal published by the Nonprofit Technology Network to help nonprofit leaders tackle strategic and planning decisions around their use of technology.  I sit on the journal’s editorial board. Each issue includes case studies, in-depth articles, practical tips for applying tools and strategies, leader profiles, and community feedback.  Contributors to…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers June 8, 2012

Another Friday, another round of Mixed Links! Communications and Fundraising The latest Nonprofit Blog Carnival is up at Wild Apricot. May’s theme was Tips for Going Mobile. Britt Bravo, who is currently presenting our Blogging for Nonprofits E-Clinic, is hosting this month’s carnival on Fun Ways Nonprofits Can Use Pinterest and is now taking submissions. Kristen…

Infographics & Data Visualization: Not Your Grandmother’s Pie Chart – Part 4

This is the fourth and final post in a series by Julia Reich on infographics for nonprofits. Tuesday we talked about why to use them, Wednesday we looked at using infographics as part of your marketing toolkit, and Thursday reviewed ways to get started. Today we wrap up with some additional benefits of infographics.  ~Kivi Guest…

Infographics & Data Visualization: Not Your Grandmother’s Pie Chart – Part 3

This is the third in a series of guest posts by Julia Reich on infographics for nonprofits. Tuesday we talked about why to use them, and yesterday we discussed using infographics as part of your marketing toolkit, with examples on how and where to use them. Today we’re discussing how you can get started. ~Kivi…

Infographics & Data Visualization: Not Your Grandmother’s Pie Chart – Part 2

Yesterday we talked about the rise of infographics as a growing marketing trend in the nonprofit world, and how useful they are in making complex ideas easily understandable, allowing your audiences  to learn and connect with you. Today we are looking at infographics as part of your marketing toolkit, with examples and ideas on how and…