I am the COO and Community Engagement Manager at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators December 16, 2016

Happy Friday, friends! Will you join me for some Mixed Links… If you are interested in our training webinars, check out our yearly Annual All-Access Pass Sale going on now. You get 365 days of access to webinars, downloads, time savers, and the awesome Pass Holder Community for only $499. That’s a savings of $200 off the regular…

How to Say Thank You and Share Your Successes with Your Supporters

Budget-Friendly Webinar TOMORROW, December 8th 1:00 P.M. Eastern (10:00 A.M. Pacific) Recording included if you can’t join us live, but you must register in advance. Great communications after the first gift are what leads to the second gift. But many nonprofits blow this step with lousy thank you letters and follow-up. Learn how to talk…

What’s Essential to Good Nonprofit Communications in 2017?

Little black dresses and pumps. Blue jeans and flats. Cargo shorts and tennis shoes. Fashion essentials change from person to person, but as a nonprofit communicator, you must have these 6 essentials to do your best work in 2017: How to schedule your communications with editorial calendars and other planning tools. How to motivate your…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators December 2, 2016

Did everyone have a good week? I hope so! Let’s wind things down with some Mixed Links… CLOSES TONIGHT! If you haven’t already, PLEASE take a moment to complete our annual Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey.  You’ll be invited to a special preview webinar in addition to helping thousands of your fellow nonprofit communicators who download the Trends…

Share Your Typical Day During Year-End Fundraising, Nonprofit Commuicators

For over three years, I’ve been collecting and sharing stories from the trenches sent to me by your fellow nonprofit communicators – communications directors, fundraisers, social media managers – anyone who communicates with supporters of a nonprofit. As we enter this busy time of year, I would love to hear from those of you who are…