Get Tuesday’s Webinar Free | Your 6-Word Annual Report

All this week, I’m celebrating the one year anniversary of the release of my first book, The Nonprofit Marketing Guide: High-Impact, Low-Cost Ways to Build Support for Your Good Cause. Daily Prizes for Blog Commenting With each blog post this week, I’ll ask you a question, and you can reply in the comments. Then I…

Last Chance for Seattle Workshop and Happy Hour

This Monday, June 13th, is the last day to register for the Total Focus Nonprofit Marketing Plan Workshop in Seattle, taking place on Thursday, June 16. Nancy Schwartz and I will be spending the day with nonprofits from Hong Kong, Calgary, Missouri, Texas, Colorado, California, Oregon, and across Washington, taking them step-by-step through the process of…

Creating Content to Match Your Org’s Personality

On Wednesday, I suggested a few ways that nonprofits can show their personalities, following up on a post where I listed a bunch of different personality traits and asked you to select three to describe your nonprofit. Personality is important, because it’s essentially your brand — what you are known for and how people perceive…

Mixed Links on Nonprofit Marketing May 27, 2011

Thanks for joining me for another round of Mixed Links! We’ve got some good stuff on fundraising and social media this week. Network for Good recently released a free e-book called The Online Fundraiser’s Checklist 2.0 that covers everything from your website to throwing a great event. For more free fundraising goodies, John Haydon will…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators May 20, 2011

Happy Friday, everyone! Here’s another round of mixed links – good stuff for nonprofit communicators. Treating donors well so they keep coming back is something every nonprofit should be focused on. But donor retention rates could be misleading. Future Fundraising Now tells why you need to have all the facts in Donor Rentention Tells Half the Story.…