Try This: Turn One Edition of Your Print Newsletter into Three Postcards

I’ve heard from several nonprofits lately who are only sending their 4-8 page print newsletters to their supporters twice a year. They wish they were sending it more often, but they just can’t make it happen because of time or budget constraints. My response: What’s the point? Updating your supporters twice a year on your…

Mixed Links: Good Stuff for Nonprofit Communicators February 20, 2009

Happy Friday! Here are some “Mixed Links” – my version of a Friday cocktail hour of refreshing stuff for nonprofit communicators. Using Social Media (and Looking Good While Doing It) First and foremost, I ask you to contribute to the Nonprofit Technology Network’s Scholarship Fund to get underfunded nonprofits to the Nonprofit Technology Conference in…

How to Write a Great Elevator Pitch – Free Webinar

Wake Forest University’s business school is holding its 10th Annual Elevator Competition soon. Teams of MBA students have to pitch their business plans to venture capitalist judges during a two-minute elevator ride. The finalists then get to make a 20-minute presentation on their business plans, with the winners getting cash and prizes. I first mentioned…

The First 100 Days of Your Nonprofit Marketing Job – Download the New E-Book

Late yesterday, in celebration of President Obama’s inauguration, I released a new free e-book called “The First 100 Days of Your New Nonprofit Marketing Job.” It’s a list of 100 tasks that you should try to complete within 100 days of starting your new job. The list will help you succeed personally and will also…

Help Some Nonprofits Get to the NTC in April – It’s the Place to Be

I’m going to NTEN’s NTC this year (that’s the Nonprofit Technology Network’s Nonprofit Technology Conference) in San Francisco in April. It will be my first time, and I can’t wait, because I know I’ll get to meet in person so many of the friends I’ve made online over the last few years. I’m also excited…