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…

Reality Check: Why You Need an Online Marketing Strategy

At the beginning of many of my marketing workshops, I present a reality check with some of the latest statistics, so I thought I’d share some of my favorites with you here. Today’s reality check is on why you need an online marketing strategy, in addition to a print strategy. I continue to hear some…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers October 5, 2012

Happy Friday! Join us for Mixed Links… First off, today is the last day to vote for the 2012 Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Awards. Vote now! The September Nonprofit Blog Carnival on better websites is up at The Duck Call. October’s carnival is hosted by Cheryl Black of Blackbaud and she is taking submissions. The theme is multichannel campaigns. Hubspot has some integrated…

Mixed Links on Nonprofit Marketing and Fundraising September 28, 2012

It’s Friday so let’s have some Mixed Links! Messaging Voting for the 2012 Nonprofit Taglines Awards Competition ends next Friday, October 5th.  It only takes about 5 minutes and may actually help you consider whether your tagline is working or not. Vote today! What do you think of your mission statement? Here is a challenge: see…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators September 14, 2012

Happy Friday! It’s once again time for some delicious Mixed Links. Crisis Management and Communications Melissa Agnes has a new report on Social Media Crisis Planning For Non-Profit Organizations. The Chronicle of Philanthropy shares Why Livestrong Will Survive Lance Armstrong’s Struggles. I also recently did a presentation on nonprofit social media crisis communications for the Virginia…

Nonprofit Newsletter Trends and Tips – Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Welcome to this month’s edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival, where we are looking at trends in nonprofit newsletters. The seemingly simple newsletter, and our reactions to them, aren’t so simple after all as Jen Gonyer-Donohue points out in E-Newsletters: A Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside an Enigma. Shari at VolunteerMatch shares the email newsletter…

Interesting Stats about Nonprofit Newsletters – and Winners!

Thanks to all of you who took our survey this month on nonprofit newsletters. I’ve shared some of the results already in posts on how social media is influencing newsletters and how often you should send email newsletters to supporters. Here are some other interesting stats from the survey, which was completed by 419 nonprofits.…