Blogtipping in the Nonprofit Sector – March 2007

I’ve decided to start blogtipping as a way to help build and support the nonprofit blogging community, along with managing the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants. If you are also blogtipping in the nonprofit sector, please tag your posts npblogtipping (thanks to Michele for making the call on that one). I didn’t know about these three…

Carnival of Np Consultants #31: Nonprofit Excellence

Matthew Monberg at Beyond Giving has posted this week’s edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, with Nonprofit Excellence as the theme. The posts highlight several nonprofits that our bloggers think are doing a particularly excellent job, as well as ways to work toward excellence in your nonprofit communications. Do stop by Matthew’s blog to…

What Goes into Excellent Nonprofit Writing?

I recently read an interview with Jack Hart, the managing editor of The Oregonian and author of “A Writer’s Coach: An Editor’s Guide to Words that Work.” He talked primarily about the writing process, but he also mentioned several qualities of good writing: -It’s tight, with clean syntax. -It’s forceful. -It’s colorful, with lively verbs…

Need Help with Social Marketing? Go to University.

Do you want to know how to create behavior change using commercial marketing tools? How to develop and implement an effective social marketing campaign? How to design effective messages and materials? If so, you should consider attending Nedra Kline Weinreich’s Social Marketing University on March 28-30, 2007 in Washington, DC. For all the details about…