Nonprofit Carnival #34: On Data Management

This week’s edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is up at Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology. Michelle highlights several posts that will help you figure out the best ways to manage all kinds of data that nonprofits need to track efficiently. Next week the Carnival heads to Heather Carpenter’s Nonprofit Operations Blog…

Carnival of Np Consultants #31: Nonprofit Excellence

Matthew Monberg at Beyond Giving has posted this week’s edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, with Nonprofit Excellence as the theme. The posts highlight several nonprofits that our bloggers think are doing a particularly excellent job, as well as ways to work toward excellence in your nonprofit communications. Do stop by Matthew’s blog to…

Carnival #30 – Tips on Nonprofit Newsletters

This week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is back at its birthplace here at Nonprofit Communications. Our topic this week is Nonprofit Newsletters and we have lots of opinions to share about what works and what doesn’t. If you are responsible for your newsletter, read on. If someone else in the office does it, forward this…

Carnival #29: This Week’s Best on Social Marketing

Nedra at Spare Change has posted this week’s edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants with the week’s best posts on social marketing. It includes several posts on creative ways to get your audience’s attention and to make your messages more lasting. I’m hosting the Carnival here next week and the theme is “Newsletters.” What…

Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants #27

This week Carnival-goers should skip on over to Donor Power Blog where Jeff Brooks has assembled an edition with advice and commentary on charity rating services, motivating your audiences, the impact of corporate funding, making cause-related marketing work, connecting with donors in meaningful ways, how people learn, and annual reports — All good stuff. Next…

Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants #23 – Web 2.0

This week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is ready for you at The Bamboo Project. Michele Martin has compiled a great round-up of Web 2.0 how-to’s and examples. It’s another can’t-miss edition! On Monday, December 18, the last Carnival of 2006 will be hosted by Katrin and the gang at N-TEN Connect. Watch their blog for…