I am the founder and CEO of Nonprofit Marketing Guide.

Too Much Content or Not Enough?

I’ve been doing a fair amount of consulting lately with nonprofits on their content marketing strategies, as well as talking with lots of nonprofits about how they handle content creation and distribution, and I see nonprofits falling into two different camps with different needs: Nonprofits  That Don’t Have Enough Content These are the groups who…

What It Means to Do Multi-Channel Right

Convio has released a couple of interesting research reports that clearly demonstrate that multi-channel or integrated marketing (where you add online communications to direct mail)  increases donor retention rates, giving frequency, and consequently lifetime value. The boost in lifetime value occurred whether or not the donor actually elected to give online (guess what, direct mail donors read email!). Donors who…

Dress Code Required: Slippers & PJs – How to Leverage Social Media Supporters for Your Next Event

This week, four guest bloggers are teaching us a thing or two about event marketing. Guest Post by Dawn Crawford, BC/DC Ideas Events are fabulous for the supporters in your immediate area, but what if your supporter base reaches far beyond a reasonable car ride? Social media can be the connection point to push your next…

Butts in Seats: 5 Tips for Event Marketing Using Social Media

This week, you are hearing from four guest bloggers about nonprofit events. Guest Post by Ceci Dadisman, Palm Beach Opera Social media is an important piece of the event marketing puzzle.  Unlike most nonprofits that are marketing one product all year long (a charitable cause), a performing arts organization markets multiple different products (performances and…