Seven Easy Ways to Repurpose Your Content

I recently presented a webinar for GuideStar called Taming Your Communications Calendar Six Months a Time (which I am now teaching for CharityHowTo). Due to the large number of people who attended, I just couldn’t answer everyone’s questions live. Guidestar asked me to do a couple of follow-up blog posts answering two questions that tended…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers May 10, 2013

It’s finally starting to feel a little more like spring here in NC. Let’s celebrate with some Mixed Links! I’ve reopened the application process for our Nonprofit Marketing Guide Mentoring Program for communications directors and executive directors who do it all. The new six-month session begins July 1 and we have 10 slots open. We’ve already…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators April 26, 2013

Happy Friday! I’m back home after a great week in Alaska at the Alaska Nonprofit Summit.  Let’s dive into some Mixed Links . . . Nonprofit Technology Conference Round Up, Including Some Great Sessions We Missed Cartoonist Rob Cottingham shares his  Sketchnotes from 13NTC. Check out his awesome illustrations of several interesting sessions, including one I…

Content Marketing for Nonprofits, Explained [Video]

Cary Walski of MAP Techworks, a wonderful resource for Minnesota nonprofits, interviewed me at the Nonprofit Technology Conference about what content marketing for nonprofits is and how it’s different from traditional marketing. Here’s Cary’s original post.

What Are Your Favorite Tech Tools?

Communications isn’t just about writing anymore. Your supporters expect a good experience when they donate, visit your website or open an email from you. The technology tools you use to create those experiences can make or break you. Next week, we are hosting a “show and tell” webinar featuring tech tools we can’t live without.…

Your Broccoli, Their Cheese: Deciding on Your Core Topics

I use so many metaphors in my writing and presentations that it is always fun to see which ones really resonate with people. At the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Minneapolis two weeks ago, it was definitely “The Broccoli and the Cheese.” People told me that they heard it brought up in sessions after mine, and even in…