How to Be Authentic @ This Week’s Carnival

Sea Change Strategies brings us a round-up of articles on being authentic in your nonprofit communications and marketing as the host of this week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants. You’ll find some good examples of what’s considered authentic, what’s not, and how to get better at it in your own work. Thanks to first-time host Mark…

Carnival Looks at Nonprofit Partnerships

This week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants looks at nonprofit partnerships. You’ll find some interesting case studies compiled by Leila Johnson at Data-Scribe, this week’s host. Next week the Carnival travels back to Solidariti in Australia. Want to know more about the Carnival, such as how to submit your own posts for consideration? Get the details…

Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants #47

Michele Martin at the Bamboo Project has posted this week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants. You’ll find tips on using contests to create loyalty, entering the American Express Members Project, using online tools with your board, getting out of your outreach rut, working with offending donors, UNICEF’s celebrity marketing campaign, managing compensation in your nonprofit and…

Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants #44

This week’s edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is up at Solidariti. The highlighted posts cover topics ranging from marketing to online fundraising to activism in Second Life. Next week, the carnival swings back by the Nonprofit Consultant Blog. What’s the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, you ask? It’s a weekly roundup of the best…

Carnival #41: What You’ll Find in a Barnyard

This week’s host of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, Jeff Brooks at Donor Power Blog, issued a challenge to our contributors: Use the word “barnyard” in a post of interest to nonprofits. You’ll find insightful commentary and advice on nonprofit marketing, fundraising and management — all with barnyard references! Here’s the Carnival link. Want to…