2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends – Infographic

Every good report these days must have an infographic, so here’s ours for the 2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report! Feel free to repost and otherwise share far and wide.  Nearly 1,300 nonprofits participated in the survey for the report. We’ve also made separate graphics for each of the five chunks of data below, if you…

Poll: What’s Hard about Nonprofit Content Marketing?

What are your biggest nonprofit content marketing challenges? Marketing Profs and the Content Marketing Institute recently released a survey of business-to-business communicators, and found that producing the kind of content that engages prospects/customers was the top challenge, followed by producing enough content, and having a budget to produce content.   I’d love to know what…

How Mature Is Your Email Marketing Program?

I just received this interesting chart from MarketingSherpa about the evolution of email marketing in the business world. They asked respondents to say whether they were in the trial (beginner), transition, or strategic (advanced) phase for several components of email marketing, as a way to gauge the maturity of an email marketing program.   Here’s…

What’s Scary about 2012: A Sneak Peek

Last week, I shared a sneak peek at what’s exciting about 2012 for nonprofit communicators, according to the early results of our second annual nonprofit communications trends survey. (Please add your perspective now!).  Now let’s take a quick look at what nonprofits find scary about 2012. Vying for Supporters’ Attention Despite having more ways to…

What’s Exciting about 2012: A Sneak Peek

We’ve opened up our second annual survey on nonprofit communications trends (please take it now!) and about 250 nonprofits have participated so far. Here is an early peek at what nonprofit communicators say is exciting about 2012: New Websites Many nonprofits have realized that old brochure-style websites don’t work anymore and have invested in making…