A Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Kelly Stettner

The founder and director of the Black River Action Team, Kelly Stettner lives in Springfield, VT with her family.  She devotes time to BRAT between her family, her full-time job, and her garden.  “Be somebody” is the mission statement of the BRAT, because each of us (and all of us!) can and should step up…

A Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Rebecca Powell

Here’s another in our new series, profiling the days of nonprofit communications professionals . . . Rebecca Powell is with the Gluten Intolerance Group, which has about 95 branches across the US.  Rebecca is in charge of coordinating these branches, which are all run by volunteers. She has always enjoyed writing and research and this job allows her…

A Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Autumn Burch

Welcome to our newest blog series, A Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator. This is the first edition in the series, which we hope will shed more light on what it’s really like to work in nonprofit communications today. Autumn Burch is the Marketing & PR Coordinator for the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation at Patrick…

What’s Your Best Score Ever? (And How Are You Going to Beat It?)

We love sharing your success stories – especially when it comes after following our advice! All-Access Pass Holder Noelle Gulden contacted us after our Feedback and Fine-Tuning session on email subject lines excited about their latest click-through rate. We asked her to share how taking a chance paid off.  ~Kivi  Guest Post of Noelle Gulden of JustFaith…

Anna Is Working on Creating Cohesive Messaging

Our 200+ Nonprofit Marketing Guide All-Access Pass Holders, along with all of you reading this blog, represent the great diversity in the world of nonprofit communications. To help you see that you aren’t alone in your challenges and that you really are part of a wonderful community of passionate, creative professionals, we are introducing you to…

Christine is Working on Marketing Personas with Her Content Marketing Team

Our 200+ Nonprofit Marketing Guide All-Access Pass Holders, along with all of you reading this blog, represent the great diversity in the world of nonprofit communications. To help you see that you aren’t alone in your challenges and that you really are part of a wonderful community of passionate, creative professionals, we are introducing you to…

Jokin’ ‘Bout Jargon: The Lighter Side of Nonprofit Marketing

With great pleasure, I present another guest post today, this time from Claire Meyerhoff. It’s been faaaarrrrr tooooo loooong since Claire wrote for us! Enjoy! ~Kivi Guest Post by Claire Meyerhoff At NonprofitMarketingGuide.com, we kid about jargon all the time. Kivi and I regularly lace our nonprofit marketing jokes with terms like “capacity building” and…

Favorite Tools for Keeping Track of Everything

I’m a content creator. In any given week, I’m creating content for my own blog, e-newsletter, webinars and e-clinics, and upcoming in-person workshops. I’m also frequenting writing guest posts for others, drafting new e-books, and creating materials for clients. Last year, I wrote a paperback version of The Nonprofit Marketing Guide. It’s no wonder that…