21 Stupid Things You Can Stop Doing [Infographic and Recording]

We had so much fun last week on our free webinar sharing stupid marketing tactics that we’ve decided to share that fun with everyone! You can now watch 21 Stupid Things Nonprofit Marketers Can Stop Doing whenever you want. During this 60-minute webinar, we talked about 21 stupid marketing tactics and strategies you are totally wasting…

Mixed Link for Nonprofit Marketers

I hope everyone had a good week. Let’s relax with some Mixed Links… Wild Apricot hosted this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival with Data for Good being the theme. Contributors include Joanne Fritz, Marc Koenig, and our very own community engagement manager, Kristina. If your website and emails aren’t mobile friendly, you really need to get…

21 Stupid Things Nonprofit Marketers Should Stop Doing [Slideshow]

We just wrapped up today’s free webinar on Stupid Things Nonprofit Marketers Can Stop Doing. Over 1,000 people registered and about 14% participated in our community fundraiser for the homeless shelter in the small town where I live that almost had to close because of a bed bug infestation. THANK YOU! I will be dropping…

Is Your Nonprofit Ready to be Super Relevant?

Being relevant in the lives of your nonprofit’s supporters doesn’t usually happen by accident. Use this checklist to determine if you are doing what it takes to be relevant. The more you agree with these statements, the better! 1. We know and understand the people we are communicating with. We have moved well beyond trying…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers June 21, 2013

Happy Friday! Let’s have some Mixed Links… Lori Halley at Wild Apricot blog is hosting this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival and this month’s theme is data for good. Submissions are due this Tuesday, June 25th. Facebook added a hashtag feature last week, so you know John Haydon has some ways nonprofits can use hashtags for their…

How Often Should Your Nonprofit Send Email to Your List?

I recently presented a webinar for GuideStar called Taming Your Communications Calendar Six Months a Time. It was sold out, so I couldn’t get to all of the questions. Guidestar asked me to do a couple of follow-up blog posts answering two questions that tended to pop up most frequently. One was “How often should we…