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Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Menucha Saitowitz

Here’s the latest installment in our series on the “Day in the Life” of nonprofit communicators, where we ask you to describe your day in your own words. We want more stories! Don’t be shy – tell us what you do in a typical day as a nonprofit communications pro.  Menucha Saitowitz earned her degree in psychology and religion…

Modern Media Relations for Nonprofits [New Webinar]

Are you having trouble getting the media to cover your nonprofit? The rules for getting that coverage have definitely changed with the advent of digital media. Stop relying on old press releases and learn how to connect with today’s generation of journalists. Media relations expert Peter Panepento can show you how. Join us next Tuesday as…

How to Establish Thought Leadership within Your Nonprofit

In just a few weeks, we will kick off our latest Nonprofit Marketing Accelerator – Becoming a Thought Leader and Media Darling. Mary Alice Holley of BC/DC Ideas shares some tips on becoming a thought leader and what being media savvy can do for your nonprofit. ~Kristina Guest Post by Mary Alice Holley of BC/DC Ideas If your…

The Secrets Behind Smart and Successful Nonprofit Marketing

“I’m just too busy!” you scream to yourself. But all nonprofit communicators have a lot of their plates, so why do some thrive while others merely survive? Find out during our brand new budget-friendly webinar: Be CALM not BUSY: The Secrets Behind Smart and Successful Nonprofit Marketing Presented by Kivi Leroux Miller Wednesday, August 10th…

Marketing Fundraising Events: The Ultimate Checklist

Holding a fundraising event soon? Use these tips from Kerri Moore, Director of Marketing at Booster to get the word out. And add your tips in the comment section below ~Kristina Guest Post by Kerri Moore of Booster Marketing your fundraising event is a necessity to attract attendees. After all, if people don’t know about your event or…