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The survey for our 2013 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report will close tonight! Please add your voice if you aren’t one of the more than 1,300 nonprofit communicators participating in the survey so far! Here is your last sneak peak at the early data, before we provide the preliminary release during our free webinar on December 12. The report…

Are Nonprofits in Your State Well Represented?

Here’s the map of the nonprofits that we’ve heard from in the 2013 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report Survey. Is your state represented well? If not, get your nonprofit friends to take the survey before midnight Eastern time on Friday, November 30, 2012! Here is the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2013trends Or you can use the short code: http://kivilm.com/2013…

Biggest Challenges for 2013

Here’s another little taste of preliminary data from our 2013 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report  . . .  We’ve heard from about 900 nonprofits, and want to make that at least 1,200 before we shut it down on November 30. So please take the survey and share this link with your nonprofit friends: http://kivilm.com/2013 So far,…

Website Content for Homeless People?

I saw this tweet from Mark Horvath of Invisible People and We Are Visible via Facebook yesterday: I followed up on Facebook with Mark and he said he couldn’t come up with any good examples of agencies that serve the homeless who actually had good content directed at homeless people on their websites. He says most…

Social Media in 2013: Where to Focus, Where to Play

As of a few minutes ago, 360 nonprofits had participated in our 2013 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey. We hope to have more than 1,200 participate by the end of the month, but here are a few preliminary results about social media use. Take the survey now and you can request a free copy of the…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers November 9, 2012

Happy Friday, everyone! Time for Mixed Links. Online Marketing and Fundraising Recent research also shows that photos can be more persuasive. Katya Andresen writes how you can use photos to help make your point. The Agitator explains some best practices for fundraising in the wake of a disaster. Wild Apricot shares some Fresh Ideas for Fundraising…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators November 2, 2012

Here are your Mixed Links for the week. First off, I hope all of my readers in the Northeast are safe and recovering from Hurricane Sandy. Network for Good has set up a Hurricane Sandy disaster relief donation page. It lists several organizations you can donate to safely. It’s that time of year again — lots of…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers October 19, 2012

Happy Friday! It’s Mixed Links time… First off, a quick update on our fundraiser for Positive Wellness Alliance. Every year, we host a free webinar where we collect a $10 donation for PWA. So far, you’ve donated over $1400! Thank you! This year’s webinar is Three Stories Every Nonprofit Should Be Telling and it will take place…

Reality Check: Social Media and Mobile

Yesterday, I offered some stats about who is using the Internet as a reality check on why you need an online marketing strategy. Here are a few more of my favorites, this time on social media and mobile specifically. Half of Boomers use social media, as do a 1/3 of people over 65. According to…